Head of Subjects

MRS. GICHOHI

ENGLISH – H.O.D

The English department is spearheaded by Mrs Gichohi and a team of nine teachers namely Mrs Gikanga(Assistant Dean of studies),Mr Jared, Mr Njue, Mrs Munene ( incharge of German), Mrs Maina, Mr Maina, Mr Ireri, Ms Eunice and Ms Njiraini.To this yonder we are proud of having ably steered the school to the right terrain as manifested by the exemplary performance in the recent years.2013: 7.961 B- ,2014: 9.043 B ,2015: 10.135 B+,2016:7.030,2017: 7.757.

I thank you the administration for unwavering support which has enabled the department to bring fourth academic programs which have been implemented seamlessly and taken positively by the boys in bid to propel better results in English. Such programs include Contests, Symposium, past papers research programs and early completion of syllabus. English being a core subject and the cornerstone of any performing individual or institution is therefore given the accolade it deserves. I congratulate the members of department for teamwork ,Zeal and commitment towards achievement in attaining the best. With the help of God we, AIM HIGH !.


MD.PAULINE KIMANI

KISWAHILI – H.O.D

Champileacho kuwa mgagaa na upwa hali wali mkavu. Ni kutokana na juhudi zetu za mchwa kutoka January mpaka sasa ndio maana tunamatumaini ya kupita vyema katika mtihani WA kitaifa. Mashindano ya lugha ya kiswahili yalishamiri huku tukiibuka washindi katika kila shining.

Walimu WA kiswahili wamejitilea mhanga kwa kuhakikisha kuwa kila mwanagenzi anafaulu. Mikakati na udurusu WA hali ya juu ndio unaoendelea katika shule hii.

Kiswahili ni somo tuwe na ujasiri WA kuendeleza udurusu kwa kutumia mitihani tofauti tofauti tunayopea wanafunzi hasa watahiniwa.
Shukrani kwa Mwalimu Bwana Kuria kwa kuhakisha kuwa vitabu vya kudurusu ni vingi mno humu chuoni.
Natoa heko na hongera kwa walimu wote WA kiswahili wanao jisatiti kikamulifu ili kuwatayarisha wanfanzi hasa watahiniwa. Kwa kweli tuna imani imara kuwa mwaka huu tutaweka shule yetu katika ramani ya taifa.
Wanaidara ni :  Pauline Kimani (Mkuu wa Idara), Elizabeth, Mugo AP, Githuka, MS. Alice, Mutito,  Kariuki, Faith na Mwangi.

MD.JACKLINE

CHEMISTRY – H.O.S

“ Make everything as simple as possible but not simpler”  As Albert Einstein puts it; the teachers of Chemistry in our school have a duty to demystify the subject to the students without compromising the set standards.

The great team in the subject include Ms. Jackline, Mr.Ngige, Ms. Asikoye, Mr.Waihenya Mr.Mwaniki ,Ms Angela,  Mr. Macharia. Recently we were privileged to be  joined by our Principal Mr.Kuria who other than teaching in one of the form four classes has shown high level of commitment to  work and has given us tremendous support that has catalysed our performance a degree higher.  It is the teamwork displayed by all these members that has enabled us achieve our goals in service delivery to our students.

The best mean score for the subject in the last ten years is 10.03 achieved in 2015. The year 2017 class had a mean of 6.04 and every effort is now geared towards taking the subject back  to where it belongs, we believe we can break the 2015 record this year. We have done it before and can do it again, Yes we can!

The subject organizes form four weekly contests known as “self check” We have seen this contest help our students improve in their performance as they get used to doing exams way before they sit for their final exam. For one to excel in  Chemistry,  practical work is key. We are alive to this fact, hence  common weekly practicals and short practical sessions during the lunch hour break are offered. We also organize internal symposiums for each class and expose the students to external contests in the country.

Chemistry is all around us! The better we know the subject, the better we know our world. Being a science of choice to all our students, I say “The Sky is our limit


MR. PHILIP NAIBEI

MATHEMATICS – H.O.S


PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

Evan Bundi Njuki – H.O.S Physics.Uniform policy

The department is headed by Mr. Peterson Njanja as the head of Physics. The main objective of the department is to produce holistic students who are able to excel in any field mostly engineering which Physics is part of.

Physics has been the major core and the best performed science subject in KCSE for three years in a row. The following table illustrates Physics performance in the past 6 years in KCSE.

KCSE
Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Mean Score 7.6940 6.156 7.806 8.605 8.5531 7.122
Mean Grade B- C B- B B C+

The following are the committed teachers who we work together in the department:

  1. Gicheru – Form 4 Coordinator
  2. Bundi – Form 3 Coordinator
  3. Patrick – Form 2 Coordinator
  4. Mugo – Form 1 Coordinator
  5. Epitas
  6. Muli
  7. Nderitu

With the commitment of team of teachers in the department, cooperation between students and the overwhelming support from the administration there is optimism that K.C.S.E Performance in 2018 will be our best ever.


MD.SCHOLA MUCHANGI

GEOGRAPHY – H.O.S


MR.PAUL

HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT – H.O.S


CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION


MR. MATTEW NJUE

MUSIC


MR.PASCAL NJOROGE

BUSINESS STUDIES – H.O.S


MD. GRACE MUNENE

GERMAN – H.O.S


MR. WILLIAM MUTUWANJAU

AGRICULTURE – H.O.S


TIMOTHY OMBWORI

COMPUTER STUDIES – H.O.S

It is my utmost pleasure to contribute to this website I wish to congratulate the development Team for its determined efforts to see the success of this project. I appreciate the outstanding progress of the school over the last few years and wish for further accomplishments on its onward journey of excellence in education.

Computer studies is taught by three teachers namely; Md. Catherine Maina, Md. Carol and Mr. Timothy Ombwori.

This year’s issue comes at a time when Computer Science as a subject has registered significant progress. This year, the school is presenting the first candidate class of computer studies for K.C.S.E. The candidates have done well in various internal evaluations and external contests.

The short term goal of the subject is to enhance curriculum diversification especially on the Technical Subjects. In line with this, this year we allowed two full streams (110 students) to take computer studies. This is the highest number so far recorded. However, I am privy to the constrained ICT facilities especially the computer Laboratory which needs an urgent upgrade to meet the ever-growing demand for learning and research.