To be considered for the scholarship, the applicant must have completed the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) in the preceding year with a minimum grade of "B".
The recipient must have received admission to a public or private secondary school that is recognized as such by the Ministry of Education in Kenya.
The scholarship, in most cases, will cover 100% of the tuition, dormitory room and board (where applicable), and other associated costs, such as books, uniforms, travel, and a monthly stipend.
Secondary School Scholarships in Kenya - How to Apply
Each applicant must submit the following materials:
Elimu Fund scholarships will be awarded for four years and will be disbursed annually, based on satisfactory performance.
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