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Mission - To provide a quality education that meets the spiritual, academic, physical, social, and economic needs of learners and enables them to attain their highest academic potential.
Vision - To be an excellent, holistic development center for learners
Motto - We reach out, we empower.
Core Values - St Francis Moto Hope Center and Academy is guided by the core values of:

  • Professionalism
  • Confidentiality
  • Integrity
  • TeamworkEf
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  • Courtesy
  • Fidelity to law

Objective: Center of Academic Excellence

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”- Nelson Mandela St. Francis Moto Hope Center and Academy is located in a serene and conducive learning environment 150 miles northwest of Nairobi in the Molo (Moto) region of Kenya. We endeavor to meet all the emotional, physical, creative, and intellectual needs of all our students. We have embraced Moto Hope Mission Inc.’s vision of alleviating poverty. We engage in Education and Empowerment to deliver the underdeveloped urban and rural communities of Molo and its environs from the claws of poverty. We give them a "hands up" to enable them to create impactful environments for the betterment of their living conditions and standards. To accomplish this vision our students must do well at every stage of their studies.

  • First Stage: Excelling in the Eighth-grade Exam (8-4-4) and 6th Grade (CBC).
    Kenya’s school system is heavily influenced by its colonial past and loosely mirrors the British system. The first hurdle is the KCPE (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education) exam. It is a 500-point exam administered every November to class 8 students. On average, our students have out-scored the Kenyan average score every year since our first primary school students sat the exam in the year 2015. The first 6th Graders will be assessed in November 2022 in the new Competency Based Curriculum (CBC).

  • Second stage: Getting into a good High (Secondary) School/Junior Secondary School.
    The scores on the KCPE exam determine whether or not a grade eight graduate in Kenya will transition to High school and which High school will accept them. MHM-Academy students have consistently surpassed the Kenyan high school entry average every year.100% of our students transition to high school every year of taking the national exams. Moreover, our students have gained entry to the best-performing schools of their choice as their scores continue to improve. Hundreds of our students have so far gained admission to National level high schools; the most competitive and prestigious in Kenya.
    The first Junior Secondary class, Grade 7 will join the Junior Secondary Section of the Academy in January 2023.
  • Third Stage: Mentoring our High-schoolers
    Our goal and ultimate desire are to see our students perform well in the 12th grade (form 4) KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary School) Exams so that they can transition to the next level of their studies. It is in this spirit that we regularly follow up and monitor their high school progress through our Mentorship program. It is highly laudable that our students continue to maintain above-average performance in their respective high schools (8-4-4).

  • Fourth Stage: Proceeding to post-secondary studies.
    We mould our students with the intent that after high school, they will join the University or the 2-year community colleges for further studies to pursue degree or diploma courses. The students who are unable to attain the university or college entry points can join the trade or technical schools in the country. Through Moto Hope Mission Inc.’s micro-lending program we intend to help any such students in need of financial assistance to enable them to join these technical schools and gain vital life skills. We seek to provide our students with the necessary competitive edge early enough in life so that they can be among the top cream of society.

  • Final Stage: Completing post-secondary studies and getting jobs!
    We seek to see our students successfully complete their post-secondary education and be marketable in the ever-crowded job market. By securing jobs or using their acquired skills to employ themselves, they will be in a position to be productive members of society and eventually meet and accomplish our vision; of alleviating poverty. The spirit of community service that we instill in them from the very tender age of preschool will ensure that they give back to their community by giving "a hand up instead of hand-outs”. It is our firm belief that this is the surest way to break the over-dependency syndrome and vicious cycle of poverty.
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