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Kicking Goals

St Jude’s staff and students paused with the rest of the nation as the Tanzanian soccer team competed in their first international competition in 39 years! The ‘Taifa Stars’ thumped East A.. Read on 

Lessons in Compassion

Just a short 10-minute drive from our Smith Secondary Campus in Usa River is a local orphanage, a stark reminder of the realities of living in a country where up to 10% of the child population are.. Read on 

The Grass Can Be Greener

Digging Deep: Form 4 student Daudi works in the Smith greenhouse. Amid the humid and lush conditions of the school’s shamba (Kiswahili word meaning farm) and greenhouse, Form 4 stude.. Read on 

Students Conquer Kili 5km

Student success: The St Jude's team after running the 5km race. Fresh off running a grueling 5kms with some steep climbs and rocky terrain, Form 4 student Baraka couldn’t believe he f.. Read on 

A Home Away from Home

Moving in: Justina sets up her Moivaro Boarding Campus room. Fifth grade is a big year for St Jude’s student Justina, her year level has just started living at the school’s boar.. Read on 

Graduates' Work Experience

Loyce - Visitor Team Intern How has your first job as a St Jude’s intern improved your life? “You meet different people here, it gives me a lot of experience, how to work in.. Read on 

Rave Reviews of RYLA!

Community spirit: St Jude's students, Grace and Vadasdo-Venance, discuss success of the event. After 14 years at St Jude’s, Vedasdo-Venance is aiming to change the lives of thousands of .. Read on 

Building St Jude's Culture of Hope

Did you know that 61 African tribes are represented across St Jude’s primary and secondary campuses? Each year during September, the entire school celebrates the cultural uni.. Read on 

Broken Boundaries

In the early hours of a blustery Thursday morning, flash flooding at Usa River, the site of St Jude’s Smith Secondary Campus, swept away huge parts of the School’s main bou.. Read on 

Leading Ladies of St Jude's Rotary

St Jude’s Earlyact (ages 5-13), Interact (ages 12-18) and Rotaract (ages 18-30) clubs flourished under the leadership of the School’s first Rotary Specialist, Sebastian.. Read on 

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