St. Aloysius Gonzaga sec School

This is where we teach students skills they need to transform themselves, others, and our global communities.

Our Heritage

St Aloysius Gonzaga sec. school through time

St.Aloysius Gonzaga sec. school founded

St. Aloysius was founded in 2004 by Fr. Terry Charlton, SJ and Christian Life Communities with 56 students in a rustic school building in the Kibera slum.

Admission of 70 freshmen

Beginning in 2005, St. Aloysius accepted 70 Freshman each year, and by 2008 reached our current capacity of 280 students from Kibera on scholarship.

first graduating class

After four years of education support, the first class of St.ALoyius grduated. With this milestone, the school was confronted with a new reality of supporting the graduates to further pursue their career dreams. 

groundbreaking of the new school

Having stayed at the heart of Kibera slums for a couple of years, it was evident that there was a need for a new and conducive environment for learning. Consequently and with the support of well-wishers, the school was able to acquire a new piece of land in the Langata area. It was all systems go in the quest for a new school campus.

Introduction of the graduates program

The number of graduates kept growing by the year and there was a pressing need to accommodate them in the school program. This marked the beginning the graduates' program to cater for the needs of the graduates before and during their tertiary education. 

completion of the new school

The new school campus was finally completed and this marked the beginning of a new dawn for St. Aloysius. Students could now afford to study in a peaceful and conducive environment devoid of all the distractions and interferences of the slums. the campus shifted from Kibera slums to Langata. 

Best academic year

This marked the best year for St. Aloysius in academic perfomance. Certainly years of patience, hard work and meticulous planning had borne fruits.

2018 Sub Label
10 years for graduates

The school marked 10 years since graduating its first lot.