Prefects Body

  • The maintaining of discipline
  • Co-ordinating the network of prefect responsibilities.
  • Ensuring that prefects do their jobs of instilling discipline in the general student body.
  • Developing in students an attitude of patriotism and loyalty to the school.
  • Ensuring a good relationship between the student body and the student leaders.
  • Ensuring that the House Captains do their job and help them in any way possible.
  • Serving as one with whom their fellow students can identify by displaying admirable qualities.
  • Being aware of their behaviour at all times, as they are the school’s major ambassadors.
  • Representing students’ concerns to the school administration.
  • Meeting with the Patron regularly to discuss issues, which impact the student body and the vision and direction of the school.
  • Head and Deputy head prefects
  • Head and Deputy head girls
  • Academic prefects
  • Protocol prefects
  • Disciplinary prefect
  • House prefects
  • Mess prefects
  • Chapel prefects
  • Sports prefects
  • Sanitary prefects
  • Entertainment prefects
  • Furniture prefects
  • Time keepers

Student Council

The democratically elected Council is student run and is a must for potential leaders and those interested in politics or government. The Council ensures that student voices and concerns are heard and advocates for student rights. At the start of each School year each form elects a male and female Student Council Representative who serves on the Student Council body. Each year the Student Council identifies and undertakes a project.

The Student Council is a representative body of the students elected by their peers
to give voice to the opinions and desires of the students.

The Council is the official organ of united students’ expression to the Administration of the school. Through the Council, lines of communication are kept open between the student body and administration.

Class Monitor

Each Form selects a Boy and a Girl as Form Monitors at the beginning of each year. The same Form Monitors for term one may serve for terms two and three, as long as the Form Teacher approves.
The form monitor is in control when a teacher is absent. All students should remember that the form monitor is an important extension of the disciplinary structures of the school and even more important an extension of the school’s administration.

Student Houses

There are four houses which were named after persons who have contributed to  School. All Students are placed in a house when they are admitted into the school and they are expected to participate in all activities of the house.

House One.

Details about the House here

House Two.

Details about the House here

House Three.

Details about the House here

House Four.

Details about the House here

School Uniform

All students wear a white short sleeved shirt with a badge having the school logo.
The students come to school dressed in clean full school uniform. During remedial classes on Saturday and co-curricular activities, students may wear the official school T-shirts.

S.1 and S.2 wear Khaki shorts/skirts
S.3 and S.4 wear grey shorts/skirts
S.5 and S.6 wear grey trousers/skirts

All students are provided with a school sweater, a neck-tie and a school belt which must be appropriately worn. The students wear black, plain leather short heeled shoes only.  O-level boys wear grey striped socks and the girls wear plain white socks.
A-level boys wear plain grey socks and the girls wear white socks.

Daily Activities

Time Activity
5:50 – 7:30 am Arrival of students, Attendance registration at Swipe devices located at the two gates, Morning revision/remedial
7:30 – 8:00 am Assembly (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) There is Form period of Wednesdays
8:00 – 10:20 am Morning lessons
10:20 – 10:50 am Break Time
10:50 – 1:10 pm Mid-morning lessons
1:10 – 2:10pm Lunch time
2:10 – 4:30 pm Afternoon lessons
4:30 – 5:00 pm Extra-curricular activities and discussions
5:00 – 6:00 pm Extension of extra-curricular activities and discussions/preps

MondayFriday Normal lessons and exams (BOT, MOT, EOT)

Saturday Tests or Revision or lessons

Sunday Family service from 9:00 am to 11:00 am