KCSE stands for Kenya certificate of secondary education, which is taken at the completion of secondary education.The first KCSE exam was held in 1989 at the same time as the last Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) which it replaced as the entrance requirement for Kenyan universities
The curricular takes four years (form 1-4). Form 1 intake takes place every February and form four students sit for their exams in November every year.
The following subjects are offered:
- Religious studies
- Computer studies
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITES
The excellent facilities and the diverse skills of our staff enable the school to offer a rich choice of extra curricular activities for our students. The school aims to help the students discover their hidden talents thus enabling them to develop a positive attitude towards school.
Our school participates in the following activities outside class
- Table tennis
- First aid
Students are trained on First Aid by St. Johns Ambulance and certificates awarded.
The school has a vibrant Careers Department which advises students on the issues relating to careers. Students are advised on the right subjects leading to different careers and cluster subjects used in Kenyan universities for selection in various courses. It also advises which universities offers what courses so that students can make the right career choices.
Our students join universities all over the world and take different courses. Careers department has relevant materials to help students make correct choices.