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On January 12, 2010, a magnitude-7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti and called attention to the economic crisis enveloping the third-world country. Following this disaster, a few members of Nashville’s First Baptist Church traveled to Haiti to assist with the orphan crisis. Jim Bryson, one of the travelers, was particularly inspired by his trip– so much so that he returned to the States with a dream of opening a school, as he found that education was the key to improving Haiti’s economy. Soon after, The Joseph School was born thanks to Jim’s vision, an incredible founding Board and Haitian leaders.

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