Academics

Clay students can be assured that their individual skills will be mentored and accommodated throughout their education. They will get the help they need to find their voice whether in classroom discussions or peer projects. A values-based curriculum with focus on character development points them toward responsible citizenship and productive lives after graduation – from local village development to contributions to their country as well. This approach underscores a full course load of subjects including English, Kiswahili Math, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, History, Geography, Computers, Business, Agriculture and Religion. Visits from international guests and sponsors expose the students to a broad worldview.

  • Graduation rate 98%
  • All 7 graduating classes have placed 1st in sub-county on national exams
  • Clay Form 4 students (seniors) consistently score 3 times the national average on their KCSE, equivalent to university entrance exams in U.S. and U.K.
  • Majority of grads have been eligible for scholarships from university or college
  • Before Clay, one student in the region in past 60 years had gone on to university

“I am grateful for learning about values, morals, leadership skills and self-esteem.“