KELIC exist is to attack aristocracy that favor social injustice. We emphasize an inclusiveness that provides opportunity for all children to have equal access to, at least, basic education. At KELIC, we challenge convention to destroy the class walls that separate a critical mass of poor students from the few kids of rich homes through diverse unifying activities and programs. We are optimistic that injustice in Africa, and other parts of the world, can be defeated by education that foster systems and critical thinking, education that is based on the tenets of sustainability. When gaps are closed, kids become smart with adaptive capacities to face the challenges of 21st century. We prepare both vocational and academic kids in underserved communities to go beyond basic to senior secondary levels that equip for post secondary education with great leadership skills. KELIC see universities like MIT, Cambridge, Stanford, Harvard, Caltech, ICL, UCL and National University Singapore as potential learning environments for such kids.
We focus on indigent category of children to think big. In the process, KELIC identify and bridge gaps for them to compete with their counterparts all over the world. Hence, KELIC has tailored remedial programs, rigorous high school lessons and mentorship/leadership programs to achieve this objective. We also prepare students for local examination like the Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE) of West African Examination Council (WAEC), National Examination Council (NECO), National Business and Technical Education Board (NABTEB) and standard tests – IGCSE, SAT, and English tests (IELTS and TOEFL).