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It’s been a whole year since the Primary and Secondary School opened, and we couldn’t be prouder of our superstar students.

Such a lot has happened in the past 12 month, we opened St Kizito with classes for standard 1, 2, 3 & 4 with standard 5 opening at the end of December 2022.
Our focus for this year is to open standard 6, in 2024 we’ll see standard 7 and in 2025 we’ll open the last year of primary, standard 8.
As for our Secondary School Carlos Acutis, 2022 saw the start of forms 1 & 2 commence, standard 3 will open this year and form 4 in 2024.

The big news is our new College facility will open on our new site in Oct 2023.


The Mary Queen of Peace campus will have its grand opening in October this year; with the last of the landscaping and outdoor classes being constructed in the next few months.
This will be a time to celebrate the mammoth task that has taken over 5 years to come to fruition.

Here are the stats from our campus.

MTCC: 2022 2023
Number of people engaged in outreach team 2069 3000
Number of students engaged in after school activities 1339 2000
Number of children in MTCC 126 147
St Kizito: 2022 2023
Total  Number of Students 96 218
Full Fee Paying 27 60
100% Sponsored 64 80
25% Subsidised 5 8
Scholarship for staff and St. James Parish (MK90,000.00 per term) 70
Carlos Acutis:
2022 2023
Total  Number of Students 52 95
Full Fee Paying 33 52
100% Sponsored 13 24
25% Subsidised 3
50% Sponsored 3
Scholarship for staff and St. James Parish (MK110,000.00 per term) 19
JPII 2022 2023
Total  Number of Students 485 700
Full Fee Paying 475 690
100% Sponsored 10 10
Total 216 45
ABMA  (January to September sittings) 66 11
CITY AND GUILDS (January to June sitting) 20 2
TEVETA (January to June sitting) 130 32


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