Following the resignation of the Deputy Principal, Mr John Paul Siboe, with effect from Wednesday, 31st May, we are pleased to announce that the Strathmore School Board has made the following appointments:
Mr Frederick Mogusu has been appointed the new Deputy Principal. Mr Mogusu, who is currently serving as Head of Secondary Section, joined Strathmore School in 2000. In 2008, he left Strathmore School to help in the founding of Bozindo School in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo, an institution run along the same lines as Strathmore School. He returned to Strathmore in 2013 and was appointed Head of Secondary Section. Mr Mogusu, a Bachelor of Arts (French & Economics) holder from the University of Nairobi, will also continue with his duties as a teacher of French.
Replacing Mr Mogusu as Head of Secondary Section is Mr Alfred Odisa, currently serving as Deputy Head of Secondary Section. Mr Odisa, also Head of Kiswahili Department, has 19 years of teaching experience. He joined Strathmore School in 2009. Mr Odisa holds Bachelor of Education and Master of Education (Educational Administration) degrees from the University of Nairobi. He is also currently a Doctoral candidate in Educational Administration in the same university.
Mr Andrew Karani will replace Mr Odisa as Deputy Head of Secondary Section. Mr Karani, currently serving as Sports Director and a past student of the school (Sportsman of the Year 2005), holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering (First Class Honours) from the University of Nairobi. He joined Strathmore School as a Computer Studies teacher in 2012.
These appointments will take effect on Thursday, 1st June 2017.
We invite you to join us in wishing these gentlemen all the best in their new positions.
We would also like to most sincerely thank Mr Siboe for his invaluable contribution to the school as an assistant teacher, teacher, tutor and administrator. As a Deputy Principal, Mr Siboe proved to be an extremely hardworking, efficient, reliable and dependable Teacher, often going beyond his call of duty in service of the school. His services and presence in the school will be sorely missed.
We wish Mr Siboe God’s blessings and the best of luck in his new endeavours.