This update is from Rosaline Kimpur, Sophomore at Daystar University in Kenya, and daughter of Daylight Kenya Directors Michael and Angelina Kimpur.
Daylight is growing stronger by the day. We thank all our partners for their BIG HEARTS and their continuous support.
It is encouraging to tell you that the Governor of West Pokot County has just awarded full scholarships to two of our Daylight kids to the best National schools in Kenya!
Emock scored amazingly on his recent 8th grade national test, and the Governor awarded him a full scholarship to the prestigious Mangu High School Nairobi. Emock is excited to continue studying politics, history, and piano in high school.
The second Daylight scholarship went to Leah Chepkemoi who was the top student in the over 150 schools in West Pokot County! She was awarded a full scholarship to Nakuru Girls High School.
I thank God for my father for pouring out his life for the vulnerable children of the warring and nomadic tribes of Eastern Africa.
I am now studying at Daystar University, where my dad studied, I want to be a “servant leader” just as you have demonstrated. Go go go DAYLIGHT MODEL SCHOOL – the sky is no limit!
Tuition for one year of High School is around $1500. Part of your support goes to provide need based scholarships for the first year of High School to all our Daylight 8th grade graduates.
Thank you for helping all our graduating 8th graders begin High School!