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My Journey to becoming a Lawyer

February 20th, 2019 My journey with St. Aloysius began in 2010. Prior to that, I was in a public high school with the understanding that Secondary Education ought to have been completely free. Well, it wasn’t exactly free. Parents/Guardians were expected to chip in a portion of the tuition fee.At the time, I lived with my elder sister and brother. Mom and dad had passed on so my sister had since been fending for us. With little money and ... See Full Story

Board member came visiting

November 14th, 2018 The school was also privileged to receive one of the board members of School of Hope Foundation, Mr. Ken Kobe and his daughter. While around, the visitors had a chance to visit the old school in the heart of Kibera slums. This visit served to tell the story of St. Aloysius, its humble beginnings and the kind of students served by the school. True to its call, it was evident that the school serves students from extremely ... See Full Story

School Symposium

November 7th, 2018 One of the ways to help students grow academically is to accord them with a platform where they could easily and freely share their deep insights particular disciplines. One such platform is the symposium. This term St. Al’s organized an internal symposium to allow students showcase and share their knowledge on various subjects. The students were given opportunities to either participate in various disciplines individually ... See Full Story

School History & Student Stories

St. Al’s, Kibera,Kenya – Fr.Terry Charlton


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Raised $1,505,000 towards the $2,600,000 target.

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