Graduates top 2% in Tanzania

Our 2015 standard 7 class ranked in the 2% of all schools in Tanzania.
Our 2015 standard 7 class ranked in the 2% of all schools in Tanzania.

Our Standard 7s have been put to the test and aced it!

From more than 16,000 schools in the country, our 135 final-year primary students placed in the top 2% for national exams, and we could not be more proud.

“The results are really wonderful, with 68 students achieving A’s and 67 achieving B’s,” upper primary headmaster Peter Manjalla said.

St Jude’s provides scholarships to students from the poorest homes in Tanzania, helping families who would not be able to send their children to school.

Since opening with just three students in 2003, the school has grown to offer almost 2000 scholarships and consistently ranks as one of the top schools in Tanzania.

Our commitment to world-class teaching standards paid dividends in May when our first ever Form 6 (final year of high school) graduates finished in the top 10% in Tanzania.

These students, who come from impoverished families, will now have an opportunity to go to university and develop into future leaders in their communities.

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