Kegonge boys high school is near Runyenjes in Embu county. It was established in 1965. It is a boarding school with 600 students and a teaching staff of 25.
PCAT provides an annual grant of £750. The first grants were used to fund the development of the Peter Cowley carpentry classroom. Recent grants have helped fund the conversion of the former administration block into a school library and to help fund the construction of a school bakery. The bakery now provides the school with bread, saving the cost of purchasing bread commercially.
Peter Cowley, after whom the Peter Cowley Africa Trust is named, and Malcolm Macnaughton, one of PCAT's trustees, both taught at Kegonge school during their gap year in 1976.