Student Life

Games and Sports

Different games and sports are offered as part of curriculum through scheduled PE/Games lessons where every student must participate, or as part of the extracurricular program where students choose different sports.

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A number of sports on offer include:

  • Football
  • Rugby
  • Netball
  • Basketball
  • Squash
  • Lawn Tennis
  • Rounders
  • Table Tennis

There is an equipped gym where students can carry out fitness training under the supervision of the PE teachers.


Students engage in different extracurricular activities including debate, chess, science and innovation club among others. Patrons oversee students activities during the time set for extracurricular activities.

Students are encouraged to involve themselves in at least two activities every term and their skills acquisition is well tracked for support and appreciation.


The students engage in different club activities where they learn a variety of skills. Some of the popular clubs include:

  • Model United Nations (MUN) eg EAMUN, SAIMUN
  • Debating Club
  • Environmental Club
  • Music Club

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  • Coding Club
  • Robotics
  • Drama Club
  • Film/Photography Club

We encourage students to identify and start student-led clubs which run alongside the school-supported clubs. Student-led clubs include:

  • First Aid Club
  • Robotics Club


The school has modern classes with supporting technology to provide students with a modern learning environment. Each class has a projector for projecting lessons and learning materials like videos.

The school also has well equipped facilities to support learning including a gym, PE room, Art room, a video theatre. Each science subject on offer in our curriculum has a dedicated laboratory where research and experiments are carried out. We also have two ICT rooms for ICT practicals and an extra ICT room for research.

The school boasts a well-equipped, spacious library where students can access different books for reading on different topics.


We have a fleet of buses and vans for transporting students from their homes to school, and from school back home. Transport service for students is not compulsory. Our dedicated transport team operates in the following routes:

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  • Karen – Hardy
  • Rongai
  • Ngong
  • South B – NHC – Bomas
  • Dam – Phenom – Game Park
  • South B – Mombasa Road
  • Adams – Kilimani – Ngumo – Madaraka
  • SSD – Lavington
  • Lang’ata
  • Kileleshwa
  • UNEP – Highridge – Ngara
  • Rongai – Twala
  • South C

Catering and Meals

Our professional and dedicated catering team prepares delicious meals for our students and staff every day following a pre-communicated menu. Our menu varies from each day and from each week.

Students receive psychosocial support from school counsellors and teachers to help them cope with demands for balance in their school life.

Year 12 and 13 students spearhead community service experiences and projects where funds are raised to support different initiatives including charity work and scholarship funds for needy students within the neighbourhood.

Students meet with the teachers between 3:30 – 4:30 pm to receive academic support in concepts they are struggling with. Booster sessions run from Tuesday to Friday.

Class trips are meant for students to bond, interact closely with each other, have fun and socialise. In close coordination with their homeroom teachers, students in the year group meet and agree on the place to visit, the date and activities to engage in.

Students participate in one international educational trip within the academic year. They get to visit places like Europe, Asia, Americas or African countries.

International educational trips support our students in gaining international consciousness and experience necessary for their future engagements.

Power Morning sessions take place early in the morning before classes commence. These sessions are designed to address gender related issues and concerns.

Boys meet with the male teachers while girls meet with their female teachers and discuss gender related issues and concerns. The sessions are usually informal so as to encourage students to speak freely.

Each student is assigned to a teacher for a mentor. Mentors meet their mentees regularly, and during the Mentorship week, they get the chance to have lunch together. There are four mentorship weeks in a term.

At the start of each term, students meet with their form tutor and discuss targets for the term in different areas including academics, leadership and discipline. They use a tool to record the targets.

Within the term, the student and the tutor meet to discuss and review the progress made to meeting the targets set. This enhances accountability and inspires focus.

The school runs two tiers of student leadership: Prefects and the Students’ Council. The prefects are nominated by the teachers and undergo interviews conducted by HoDs and YGCs in close collaboration with the senior prefects.

Students Council members are elected by the students body through a universal suffrage system. The elections are usually conducted through electronic voting.

The school uses PASS as a tool to pulse-check on a student’s attitude to self and school. This data helps in informing interventions needed to bring out the best from our students.

Through PASS, the student is able to carry out short self-evaluation that helps the school to gain insight into attitudes that could be hindering the student’s achievement. PASS can capture feelings about school and teachers and thus helps to detect possible barriers to learning.

The Alumni Association is meant to maintain close partnership and networking between the school and former students. Through the alumni association, former students are invited to offer talks, motivation and guidance to current students.

Running on Friday during the school assembly, the Speaker Series involves inviting prominent personalities from the society who come to talk to students and address different themes that guide students into career choice, making decisions, time management, pursuit for success and related skills.

Most of the speakers invited are usually from non-traditional fields like acting, social media influencing, art, music, dancing, drawing, farming and sculpting. This is intended to help students be informed that there is a possibility to make a successful career outside the traditional professions.

The careers guidance and counselling department supports all students through the career decision making process through a phased approach. The department supports learners with:

  • Work experience opportunities for Year 10 students
  • University application process for Year 12 and Year 13 students
  • Participation in universities and colleges fairs
  • Career talks
  • University and Careers counselling
  • Scholarship application
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