SEGA Students plan, manage, and operate on-campus businesses such as a school canteen and shop. During special events and in our SEGA Lodge students market various handmade crafts and products to our international and local visitors.
In the Education for Life Program students in Form 1 – 4 learn valuable life skills, and develop self-awareness, communication, leadership skills, and sexual reproductive health through individual counseling, classroom-based learning, and community outreach programs. The Program offers Career Counseling to help students prepare for the transition from SEGA to higher education and/or employment opportunities.
Classroom instruction and practical experience on using a computer (all Forms).
Our Form 3 students have an opportunity to gain real-world experience by participating in the Tourism Operations Training Program where they learn classroom-based and practical learning about tourism, customer service, and interpersonal skills.
Students assist in food security and sustainability of the SEGA campus through our Organic Farming Program which meets 42% of the school produce needs. SEGA operates 100% on solar power and has a functioning rainwater catchment system, 2 75,000 gallon cisterns. The Anti-Elephant Ivory Club members learn about animal conservation, and SEGA was designated an Ashoka Changemaker School for our dedication to educating and supporting our students to make the world a better place for all.
Seminar in beekeeping, harvesting honey and post-harvest products (Form Two).
NGOMA & DRAMA
Form 1 – 4 partake in exciting, fun, and engaging school performances in traditional and modern performing arts.
Our sports program is lead by a formal coach leading the students in learning, participating, and competing in football, volleyball, track running, and netball.