In Kenya, students must pay tuition for any schooling beyond eighth grade. With dozens of our boys reaching their teens, sending our older boys through high school at a boarding school was cost prohibitive, so we built our own high school for grades 9-12. Our boys scored so well on their standardized tests, that people in the community began asking to send their sons to high school at our school. We now have 110 students at Streams of Hope High school, 34 being youth from Streets of Hope and 80 being students from the community.
20 boys graduated from high school in 2013 after doing their final national exam. Among them 3 were from Streets of Hope, namely Michael Njiraini, Joseph Thuita, Kennedy Kipkoech. This hoists the total number of form four graduants from SOH to 18.
7 boys from SOH will be graduating from high school in 2014, hoisting further the number to 25.
Since we are a Christian based institution, it is imperative for us to instill Christian values in the boys we therefore have a very effective Christian Union fellowship which is conducted by the students under the leadership of the C.U. patron Pastor Paul Kiragu. The high school boys also take part in co-curricular activities such as sports where last year, the SOHBHS soccer team was able to represent at the district level.