Three More Graduates at Nyumbani Kwetu


Three More Graduates at Nyumbani Kwetu

Posted by Joanne on Dec 28, 2015

Elimu students are having success and dreaming big. Magdalene hopes to study medicine in university.

    This year Nyumbani Kwetu Home of Children was blessed with two more Grade 8 graduates and one more high school graduate. Magdalene completed her national exams in November and will now await her results in March 2016. Magdalene has performed well in school and worked with much dedication. She hopes to make it to university to become a doctor. If that happens, she’ll be Elimu’s first university student.
The other two are Joseph (pictured to the left with Nina) and Njoroge who
both completed their primary school final exams in November as well. They
are also waiting for their results. But we expect to hear by end of
December. They will be starting high school on late January next year. In
the meantime they will enjoy a long holiday with some time to catch up on sleep, meet up with friends and decompress from a very stressful year.


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