This study was conducted to evaluate the success of the pilot phase of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) e-School project in Kenya. The study employed survey research methodology. All six of the NEPAD e-Schools in Kenya were included and the teachers and students in those schools formed the study population. Of the 5,186 students and teachers, a representative sample of 1,508 was selected using probabilistic techniques. Data was collected using observations, interviews, and a survey questionnaire. It was established that all six of the e-Schools had installed the basic computing facilities required for integrating information and communication technology (ICT) in teaching and learning; all the e-Schools were observed to have the Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) for internet access in computer laboratories where a variable number of computers were installed. But while teachers received technical (ICT) training, they did not receive training on pedagogies for ICT integration in teaching and learning. We conducted hypothesis testing and confirmed that six of the seven E-School Success Model’s dimensions positively contribute towards the success of the e-School.