Globally, the debate about inclusive education is on and the society is trying to find ways of meaningfully including the physically disabled students into the regular education system. Despite the fact that Bondo District has made remarkable achievements with regard to inclusion of the physically disabled students at primary school level, the degree of inclusion at secondary school level is unknown. The study therefore explored the degree of inclusion of physically disabled students in secondary schools in Bondo District. The objectives of the study were: to explore the degree of inclusion of physically disabled students in secondary schools, to establish the challenges facing the inclusion of the physically disabled students in secondary schools and to find out the effects of insufficient inclusion to the learning of the physically disabled students. The study was guided by social exclusion theory. The study design was exploratory. From the study, it emerged that a very small number of the physically disabled students who are eligible for secondary school are attending school.