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A Medical Marvel

Renatus spends a lot of time in the St Jude’s infirmary, but it’s not because he’s ill. In fact, the Form 4 student uses the space to prepare a medicine which combat.. Read on 

Shooting Stars

Aspiring athletes from every corner of Tanzania come together each year to participate in UMISSETA – the Union Sports Secondary Schools Competition. The month-long event .. Read on 

The Great Debate!

If you had to choose between facing death, seeing a spider or speaking in public, which would it be? There’s no argument over which option some of our young leaders wou.. Read on 

Home visit is where the heart is

Meet Pat & Willis Sutliff: Rapid City Rotarians, parents, grandparents, longtime supporters of St Jude’s and members of ‘The American Friends of The School of St Jude (.. Read on 

Graduation 2017

It's a sight to see, 133 brilliant young adults, bursting with pride as they celebrate St Jude’s third Form 6 graduation. Tears of joy and eruptions of applause filled the hall as t.. Read on 

Queen’s Baton Relay

Golden moment: Gemma holds the Commonwealth Games Queen’s Relay Baton. St Jude’s had the honour of hosting the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay her.. Read on 

Alex and Wendy’s Big 5!

Mountain moment: Wendy and Alex said they stopped to wave at St Jude's while climbing Mt Meru. Alex and Wendy first met school founder Gemma Sisia at a Rotary Conference in Auckland in.. Read on 

Education and adventure in one!

See our students stunning smiles: Visitors to St Jude's share a special moment with some of our students. Smiles are readily shared across the St Jude’s campuses… come and.. Read on 

Dear Rebel, thank you, love Winnie

Winnie was Rebel Wilson’s first fan in Tanzania. Before the Pitch Perfect star became a household name, she was a hero to Winnie, an 11 year-old, living in a mud house with no electricity.. Read on 

Simon sees a bright future

Most students bend the rules to get the answers; Simon had to bend the rules just to get the questions. Sitting in an overcrowded government school classroom, Simon could not get close enough .. Read on 

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