I was particularly impressed with a grade 11 learner who was helping out some classmates during a break. He was completing the square to solve a quadratic equation. There were maps and information tables covering walls and black boards in all 4 classrooms.
40 female learners board at the school too so they don't have to travel home every night. In fact they only return home during term breaks.
Textbooks are a real issue. Each course has only 1 or 2 textbooks to share between the teacher and the few dozen students. You can imagine the condition of theses textbooks too.
Ken and I got to explain a bit about wheat to a senior geography class as they study the great plains of Canada and the main crops. They had never even seen a picture of a head of wheat. It was fun explaining the size of a harvester to them. And check it out - they even have chinook (the snow melter wind) on their great winds map.