Creating pathways to empowerment

The Clay International Secondary School was started as a free coeducational school in 2005 to support rural students in Kenya whose families could not afford public high school fees.
Completely funded by private donors through Project Education Inc., (PEI) Clay School is a unique collaboration with parents, students, and a Kenyan staff of educators and mentors.
126 Clay boys and girls live on campus in boarding facilities, and 12 faculty members live in campus housing, in the remote village of Ngomano, in Makueni County 110 miles from Nairobi.
Clay students are able to pursue their dream of getting an education in a challenging, enriched, and safe learning environment to which they wouldn’t have otherwise had access.
“I never let myself dream of going to high school but now at Clay, I have big dreams of being a teacher or having a business.”

– What’s Happening –

2nd Mt Kilimanjaro Expedition planned for February, 2018

If you are yearning for a challenge and want to fundraise for the Clay School, consider gathering your friends together and climbing Mt. Kili as some dedicated donors did last October.

The next team is trekking in September 2018 and there will be another in February 2018. If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Bob Wax, Chairman of the Board of PEI at 617.868.6166. Read more.

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Clay Students to Attend Harvard Summer Program

And they need your help... It is with great pride that I share the exciting news with you that three extraordinary Clay School students have been accepted with scholarships into a summer intensive program at Harvard's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied...

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