St Jude's Graduates

Highlights from our Form 6 graduate classes

Our graduates, our leaders

St Jude’s inaugural Form 6 graduating class passed through the school gates in 2015. Since then, each graduating cohort has made the school proud by overcoming their own challenges and achieving new triumphs. Here, we celebrate the past and present highlights from each Form 6 graduating class.
2021
Class of
2021
  • 139 students graduated Form 6 in 2021.
  • 100% of students passed their Form 6 National Examinations.
  • One student, Elisante, ranked in the top ten in business subjects out of over 80,000 candidates who sat for the Form 6 National Examinations.
  • Judith was awarded as the Best Female Basketball player in the Under 18 International Basketball Competition.
  • 132 are participating in the Community Service Year (CSY), teaching in 34 government schools in Tanzania and in non-teaching placements at St Jude’s.
2020
Class of
2020
  • 148 students graduated Form 6 in 2020. 
  • Despite COVID 19 greatly affecting their final year of school, they all passed their Form 6 National Examinations. 
  • 114 volunteered for their CSY in 41 government schools in Tanzania teaching core subjects to 30,000 government school students.  
  • All are expecting to begin their higher education through the Beyond St Jude’s Program this year.  
  • Eight have received external scholarships to study abroad from August 2021.  
2019
Class of
2019
  • 139 students graduated Form 6 in 2019.
  • This cohort ranked first in advanced mathematics in Form 6 out of 762 A Level secondary schools in Tanzania.
  • 141 graduates volunteered for their CSY in 41 government schools teaching core subjects to 70,000
  • With the help of Beyond St Jude’s, the majority enrolled in higher education in Tanzania and 12 were offered external scholarships to study abroad.
  • Majority are studying STEM courses.
2018
Class of
2018
  • 70 students graduated Form 6 in 2018.
  • 68 graduates volunteered for their CSY in 22 government schools teaching core subjects to 30,070
  • All are enrolled in higher education. 62 are enrolled in higher education institutions in Tanzania and three received external Scholarships to study abroad.
  • They are pursuing degrees or diplomas in engineering, technology and mathematics which are being prioritised nationally.
2017
Class of
2017
  • 137 students graduated Form 6 in 2017.
  • 115 graduates volunteered for their CSY in 38government schools teaching core subjects to approximately 10,000
  • All are enrolled in higher education institutions with the majority studying within Tanzania and some studying throughout Africa on external scholarships.
  • The majority are studying engineering, health and medicine courses.
  • The majority of the Class of 2017 will graduate from higher education in 2021 with the exception of those in four and five-year courses.
  • Those who have graduated are now employed in sectors such as accounting, agriculture and social sciences.
2016
Class of
2016
  • 130 students graduated Form 6 in 2016.
  • The majority studied courses relating to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in their higher education.
  • Today, many are employed in business, finance, and engineering sectors, while others are self-employed and have created employment opportunities for others in their community.
  • 9 alumni from this graduating class are employed at St Jude’s in the Finance, Sponsor Relations, HR and Marketing teams as well as two employed as teachers.
2015
Class of
2015
  • The Class of 2015 were our first Form 6 graduates, a cohort of 61 students who also became our first alumni.
  • All were enrolled in higher education and pursued degrees at different universities in Tanzania, Russia and the US.
  • The majority studied science, specialising in health and engineering sectors while others studied finance and human resources.
  • All those who studied medicine are graduating in 2021 after five years of study, they will be eight of St Jude’s first doctors.
  • Today, most of them are employed in different sectors, including engineering, IT, medicine, health, finance, business administration, and education
  • 3 alumni from this graduating class are employed at St Jude’s.