To break the monotony of daily school routine, each class enjoyed a day out for excursion.
This year’s talent show featured mostly the arts category: Music, Drama, fine art and Digital Photography. The presentations were from both the Primary and Secondary sections.
The regional chess tournament this year had Strathmore School as a new entrant. Form 1 Mathenge Gitari scooped position 3. He and six others made it to the Nationals.
This year the 7s team managed to scoop second position in the Westlands Sub-County games after a narrow loss to Nairobi School in the finals.
This year Strathmore School fielded a Handball team which featured in the County games. Strathmore School was pooled alongside Hospital Hill High School, Nairobi School, Kangemi and Loresho High School. The handball team managed to win two matches in their pool but could not proceed to the County knockout stages. The school team has students drawn from Form Two and Three classes who will be there next year to feature in the same tournament. They have high hopes of performing better next this year.
The school’s annual swimming gala was held on 23rd March 2019. It was a climax of the 4 Swimming gala events that the school swimming team has participated in. The 4 gala events were PIPSA (at St. Nicholas School), PIPSA (at School of Nations), Nakifeo (at Makini School), Lifetime (at Makini School). In these events Strathmore scooped position 2,2,1 and 1 respectively. The age groups featured were mainly between 7-and-Under to 13.
|25 meter Medley Backstroke 7 & under||25 meter Free Style (Crawl) 7 & under|
|1||Ryan Mukoto||1||Ryan Mukoto|
|2||Lugali Osundwa||2||Keita Abondo|
|3||Rafael Kaminchia||3||Rafael Kamincha|
|50 meter Backstroke||50 meter Free Style (Crawl) 8 & 9|
|1||Emmanuel Otieno||1||Robert Mwangi|
|2||Adam Otieno||2||Justin Kariuki|
|3||Michira Mbugua||3||Jabari Areri|
|25 meter Kickboard 7 & under||50 meter Free Style (Crawl) 10 & 11|
|1||Rafael Kaminchia||1||Alex Kariuki|
|2||Keita Abondo||2||Kerama Nyanyuki|
|3||Ryan Mukoto||3||John Peter Ngala|
|50 meter Butterfly 8 & 9||50 meter Free Style (Crawl) 12 & 13|
|1||Justin Kariuki||1||Emmanuel Otieno|
|2||Jabari Areri||2||Adam Otieno|
|3||Robert Mwangi||3||Ndungu Kimani|
|50 meter Butterfly 10 & 11||Fins 25 meter Free Style (Crawl) 7 & under|
|1||Alex Kariuki||1||Keita Abondo|
|2||Kerama Nyanyuki||2||Ryan Mukoto|
|3||John Peter Ngala||3||Rafael Kamincha|
|50 meter Butterfly 12 & 13||50 meter Breast Stroke 8 & 9|
|1||Emmanuel Otieno||1||Justin Kariuki|
|2||Adam Otieno||2||Aidan Muiga|
|3||Ndungu Kimani||3||Jabari Areri|
|50 meter Backstroke 10 & 11||50 meter Breast Stroke 10 & 11|
|1||Alex Kariuki||1||Alex Kariuki|
|2||Kerama Nyanyuki||2||Kerama Nyanyuki|
|3||John Peter Ngala||3||John Peter Ngala|
|Free Style (Crawl) Relay||50 meter Breast Stroke 12 & 13|
|1||Keita Abondo||1||Adam Otieno|
|Robert Mwangi||2||Ndungu Kimani|
|John Peter Ngala||3||Emmanuel Otieno|
|2||Ryan Mukoto||25 meter Breast Stroke 7 & under|
|Aidan Muigai||1||Ryan Mukoto|
|Kerama Nyanyuki||2||Keita Abondo|
|Emmanuel Otieno||3||Michael Kathambana|
|Justin Kariuki||Medley Relay|
|Victor Nzoka||1||Ryan Mukoto|
|Solomon Muigai||Nelson Onyango|
The Roller Blading club attended a roller blading competition at La Salle School in Karen on the 23rd March 2019. Ethan Mallowah of Grade 2 emerged the best, bagging a Gold medal!
Robert Otieno, a Form 1 student and member of the science club beat all odds starting humbly with a scientific idea of a vacuum car engine.
He managed to convince the judges at the sub county and county levels of the Kenya science and Engineering Fair (KSEF) competition emerging 9th Out of 88 and 6th Out of 31 respectively.
17th March 2019 the research team attended the regional research competition in which Noah Midikira F3 emerged the best presenter.
This year the basketball team managed to scoop second position in the Westlands Sub-county basketball games after a narrow defeat by Nairobi School in the finals.