After a five year campaign to raise money for their Alma mater, the class of 2000 decided to meet at the school to celebrate and to catch up after 20 years over lunch in the dining hall and an informal get-together in the common room.
Mr. Muthiora thanked them for their generosity and updated them on the good that the fund is doing and will continue to do in the future.
Dr. Vincent Ogutu, who was the deputy principal in the year 2000, spoke as a past student who benefited from a scholarship, He explained how studying in Strathmore changed his life and the life of his family.
Other past teachers who spoke to them were Dr. John Ainsley who encouraged them to continue living the principals they learnt here. Fr. Joe Babendrier welcomed them to come over for a chat if ever they want priestly attention.
The past students briefly spoke about simple as well as amazing things they are up to and Mr. Muthiora noted that based on the valedictory speech made for their class 20 years ago, at a time when schools were burning, they are keeping their promise to make a difference in the country. They had an enriching discussion that almost ended at sunset.
At the end Collins Ongore, on behalf of the class handed over a dummy cheque of Kshs 1,000,000 to Mr. John Muthiora, this being their contribution to the Strathmore School Endowment Fund.