This Term we took part in Secondary and Junior Secondary Sub-County School games. The next level is the County Games which will be starting soon. The following are our performance in the Sub-County Games:

Under 19 Athletics Results

  1. 4 by100m Strathmore was position 2, Time: 00:48:43. Owen and Sean Qualified for the next level
  2. 200m final: Sean Ochieng was position 1, Time 00:23:62 ahead of pos 2 with 00:25:08. Qualified for the next level
  3. 100m final: Owen Dima was position 2, Time 00:11:56. Qualified for the next level. Overall ranking: position 6 out of 12 with 25 points.
  4. Shaka Otieno: position 9 in Long Jump: Longest Distance thrown; 4.77m.
  5. Ivan Barasa: position 12 in Long Jump: Longest Distance thrown; 4.45m.
  6. 400m final: Daniel Njai was position 5, Time 00:57:41. Position 2 in his heat, Time: 00:56:68.
  7. Triple Jump: Jayden Mbogua was position 10. Longest Distance: 9.60m.
  8. Triple Jump: Kamau Kang’e was position 11. Longest Distance: 9.45m.
  9. 800m final: Daniel Njai was position 8, finished but time not recorded.
  10. Triple Jump: Ivan Barasa was position 6. Longest Distance: 20.65m.

After a successful two day championship,the following were notable results for Under 12 and Under 15 years Athletics teams:

  1. U12; Jaden Kibungei was third in the 100m Heats.

  1. U12; 4 by 100m (Keane Njiru, Andrew Mathenge, Jerome Muriuki, Jaden Kibungei) were position 2, Time: 00:44:563. U12; Jerome Muriuki came in second in the 400m Heats and was 4th in the finals.
  2. U12; 4 by 100m (Keane Njiru, Andrew Mathenge, Jerome Muriuki, Jaden Kibungei) were position 2, Time: 00:44:56 & Qualified for the next level.
  3. U12; 4 by 400m (Keane Njiru, Ivan Gwaro, Jerome Muriuki, Michael Sajabi) were position 3 Time: 03:11:12 & Qualified for the next level.
  4. U15; 4 by 100m (Trevor Karanja, Austin Miseda, Jeremy Patta, Jason Gitanda) were position 1, Time: 00:39:72 & Qualified for the next level.

All the other athletes competed with great zeal and gathered great experience! The future is indeed bright.
Handball Under 19 results
Hospital Hill 15 – Farasi Lane 00
Strathmore 23 – Kabete Vet Lab 06
Nairobi sch 35 – Nairobi milimani 09
Kangemi High 33 – Loresho Sec 15

Semi Finals
Hospital Hill 35 – Strathmore 18
Nairobi sch 40 – Kangemi High 12

The Handball and Swimming teams successfully finished their matches. Both won and will represent Westlands in the Regional Games. The U12 4 by 100m team also won and qualified for Regional Games.

The Handball team faced Kangemi High School in the third place playoffs of the Westlands Sub-County Handball Championship. It was a hard fought match which the boys won 21-14, finishing as 2nd runners up overall.
Below are the results of the U19 basketball team.

Kangemi 10 Strathmore 41
Hospital Hill 30 Strathmore 28

The boys played well but unfortunately we lost by one basket to hospital hill.

The U19 Basketball Team played against Agakhan for the third place. and won 46 to 20.

They have emerged third place in the sub county level.

Our Junior Secondary School Handball team at the Kilimani Zone performed as follows:

Strathmore 7 vs 7 Kangemi
Strathmore 4 vs 3 Kilimani
Strathmore 3 vs 0 Muthangari

Strathmore 4 vs 2 Kangemi

Our primary basketball team played their sub county level games:
Strathmore (26) vs Kilimani school (2)
Strathmore school (10) vs Kileleshwa Primary (0)
Strathmore School (56) Vs Nairobi Primary (13). The team has advanced to the next level.

Sub County Swimming Championship at Agha Khan High School:
Position and Points:

  1. Strathmore School with 103 Points
  2. St. Marys School with 97 Points
  3. Oshwal Academy with 62 Points
  4. Nairobi School with 60 Points
  5. Agha Khan High with 7 Points

We wish, hope and pray for the best as the boys progress to the county games!

The Debate Club has started the year with a recent outing at Strathmore University for the Mashujaa 5 tournament.

We had 7 teams, out of these 3 teams managed to break out of the preliminary cups.

Team C (junior Shield Cup) : Austin Muniu, Trevor Karanja and Adrian Gachanja.

Team D ( Senior Bowl Cup) : David Kariuki, Nathan Njuguna, PJ Mutura and Sam Nyang’or

Team G (Main Cup senior): Enock Maina, Murakaru Njuki, Sean Shundi and Curtis Kamotho.

Also, Adrian Kinyanjui and Kwame Kimani (Form 4) were representing Team Kenya (World Schools Debating Championship Kenya) and won the Main Cup despite a preliminary loss to Team G in the preliminaries.

We also won speaker awards.

Sean Shundi (Form 3, team G)-28th best senior speaker.

Nathan Njuguna(Form 3, team D) – 27th best senior speaker.

Adrian Kinyanjui (Form 4, WSDC)- 19th best senior speaker.

Curtis Kamotho (Form 2, team G) : 7th best senior speaker.

Kwame Kimani (Form 4, WSDC): 6th best senior speaker.

Murakaru Njuki (Form 2, team G) : 5th best senior speaker.

To crown it all, Enock Maina emerged the Best Senior Speaker and Best Male speaker in the whole competition.

Special recognition to the Grade Eights, who apparently were the only Grade 8 in the whole competition pitted against Form 2s and Form 3s

Congratulations to the Debate Team and the Patron Mr. Clifford Nanzushi!

We are saddened of the sudden demise of Gyavira Otsambo Osundwa, one of our students, on, Sunday, 11th February 2024.
The Strathmore School family wish to convey our deepest condolences to the parents: Mr. Kizito Osundwa and Mrs. Lydia Diffu and their family on this great loss.

Gyavira joined Strathmore School in Grade 7 from All Saints Primary School and has proved to be a cheerful young man who got along very well with his classmates and teachers. He was also a very pious young man who regularly attended Mass in school. We shall all miss him dearly.

The loss of Gyavira is a big blow to the school community, especially to his classmates. The chaplaincy offered Mass for the repose of his soul.
We are all invited to pray for the repose of Gyavira’s soul.

Eternal Rest grant unto Gyavira O Lord, and may perpetual light shine on him forever!

The soccer clinic program for Grade 1 to Grade 6 started on the 20th Jan 2024. It aims to furnish the Primary Section boys with basic skills in the sport.

We have trainers under the stewardship of former Gor Mahia and Harrambee Stars Player Paul Kyongera.

The boys are grouped and trained according to their skill level.

Thanks to the program started last year; we were able to win the 2023 Strathmore School 11 and under tournament.


Strathmore believes in the 3 facets of education: Parents, Teachers and Students. When Strathmore School admits new students; we open the gates for the families of the students. We are happy to have a new lot of parents who have joined us from the admission classes of Grade 1, Grade 7 and Form 1.

We wish all our new parents all the best and a warm welcome to the Strathmore School family!

Last year 2023 was the last of the (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education)KCPE cohort countrywide. It is also the last Form 1 class transitioning to our Secondary Section from the Primary Section. Justin Kariuki emerged scholar of the year for the primary class. He was interviewed by our students media team. These were his comments:

Media Team: How does it feel to be the top of your class in KCPE?
Justin Kariuki: It was a really nice feeling especially when I had just found out!
Media Team: Were you expecting to do this well?
Justin Kariuki: Honestly, I was not really expecting such a high mark. I can say I was hoping for it.
Media Team: How did you prepare yourself?
Justin Kariuki: I made sure I studied a lot and was always listening in class.
Media Team: Who would you like to thank the most?
Justin Kariuki: I would like to thank my parents. The support I got from them was monumental. I would not have gotten this far if it were not for them.
Media Team: What would you like to tell the next candidates in line?
Justin Kariuki: Make sure to listen to your teachers, study a lot and probably most importantly, keep motivated.

Other top students who have joined our Secondary Section are:


Michael Muturi

Jeremy Rotich

Peter Kiringa

Michael Koech

As the usual tradition we have the Term 1 inter-class tournament.















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On November 26th 2023 to December 1st 2023 our then Form 3 class had a Charity Project in Budalang’i Sub County. They were off to assist in construction of parts of the Bunyala Model School.

During the last term of the school; the Form 3 class raised some money for the construction works in areas of Bunyala Model School. 16 boys from the class were picked during the school holiday to represent the entire class. The students were accompanied by their teachers.

Indeed it was time well spent by the students!

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