As a national school, Joytown enrolls both girls and boys from all over Kenya. It is a renown institution providing a humble and encouraging environment for persons with physical impairments.
Our student population also includes East African nationals from Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Southern Sudan and Tanzania.
S.A Joytown Secondary School offers the 8.4.4 regular curriculum programme for students with physical challenges.
Due to the diversity and nature of these challenges the academic programme is designed to include practical subjects. These subjects are taught as per the syllabus provided by the Ministry of Education and are meant to prepare students well in addition to equipping them with skills and knowledge to be able to sit for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary School and life in general.
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