Reporting Day is Daraja's most magical day! 32 newly admitted students arrived at Daraja's gates, some with parents, others with grandparents, and others, alone. Today marks the first day of the rest of each girl's life, as the educational opportunity she never thought she'd get, starts now.
District Education Officer Wilson Kipaloi, Bay to Breakers champion Lineth Chepkurui, and 400 others gather to support Daraja
400 people gathered at Daraja Saturday to give Form 4s encouragement for their remaining 18 KCSE exams. All Daraja girls woke early and were preparing for the day by 8:00 a.m., chopping vegetables and meat, washing dishes, mopping floors, sweeping dirt paths, and setting up chairs. Guests began arriving at 9:00, and girls waited by the gate
Daraja girls take leadership skills acquired at the Academy to their communities during school break
The work at the Daraja Academy doesn't stop when the term ends. During school break, the Daraja girls take skill sets and knowledge acquired from their studies to complete curriculum-related projects in their respective communities. Community Health Project: the Academy's Form 2s Learn to Analyze Their Surroundings to Create Positive Change In a partnership with