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Read, Lead, Succeed

Is anything sustainable in this impermanent world in which we live? Yes. Growing our hinterland of thinking is the one key element to success in life. I am not talking about materi.. Read on 



Success STEMs From Inspiring Teachers

Ms Osempia is one of the longest serving staff members at Smith Secondary Campus. A teacher of biology, Osempia started working at the School in 2008 and is passionate about inspiring female st.. Read on 


Staff Spotlight: Mr Kashia

1. How long have you worked at The School of St Jude for? I started working at St Jude’s in 2008. Here, teachers have access to the very best resources to improve s.. Read on 


Teaching Tomorrow's Leaders

Mr Firmin is St Jude’s Head of Religion and Vocational Skills at Smith secondary campus. He oversees our physical education, music, art and religious education programs.. Read on 


Bringing Fashion into Compassion

If you spotted Jonas, an Academic Leader, strolling around Sisia primary campus, you could be forgiven for thinking he had glided straight off a fashion runway. The reality is almo.. Read on 


Staff Spotlight: Ms Anna

When you support St Jude’s, you aren’t just providing free education to the poorest and brightest students in Arusha. You’re supporting almost 300 talented, dedic.. Read on 


Lining up for a better future

Happy and hopeful: Some of the students who tried out for a St Jude's scholarship. More than 500 promising primary school graduates streamed through the St Jude’s gates late thi.. Read on 


Great Grade 7’s in top 1%

Ace attitude: Some of our Grade 7 graduates celebrating their results. They’ve finished in the academic top 1% in the nation, and now our Grade 7’s are showing their maturity by d.. Read on 


See our student selection

Excited to enrol: Some of the students who passed our difficult academic selection. Each year St Jude’s begins the long, difficult but very important task of choosing its newest Grade 1.. Read on 


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