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

The CBC (Competency Based Curriculum) setup a requirement in which our Grade 6 pupils were required to engage in rearing chicken for their national examination assessment. For this project to work the school bought 2 hens and 28 two weeks old chicks.

The Grade 6 boys take turns in groups to feed, vaccinate, water, clean the coop and in weighing. The boys are passionate and enthused about the project. They always visit the coop early in the morning when they arrive to school.

We wish to congratulate the Class of 2021 on the good performance in the KCPE exams released on Monday, 28th March 2022. The class attained a mean of 372.13. Although this was a drop from the mean of 382.27 scored in 2020, the class registered an improvement in three subjects: English from a mean of 80.27 to 83.3; Math from 78.05 to 80.9 and Science from 72.30 to 74.0.

The top student this year is Justus Mamicha. He scored 407 marks. He was followed by Alex Kariuki (403). Enock Maina and Trevor Mwaura tied at 400 marks.

We thank the parents of the class of 2021 for your gallant efforts! Your support to this class, especially during the Covid-19 lock-down is much appreciated.

We wish the candidates the best of luck as they embark on the next level of their education.









This year we celebrate our 60th Anniversary. The Math Contest held on 30th October 2021 was an initiative aimed at positively impacting the community around us as we commemorate the Diamond Jubilee.
For many years, Strathmore School has been associated with excellence in academics, especially in mathematics. To share this heritage with the public primary schools in our sub-county(Westlands) we had a boys’ math contest.

The contest was an opportunity to motivate and mentor Standard 8 boys in their final year of school. Teachers also got valuable feedback about the areas that the boys are doing well and the areas they may need to work on as they prepare for KCPE examinations.

Each participating school had to nominate 5 boys and an accompanying teacher. As the boys were tackling math questions, the teachers had a chance to go around the school. The teachers shared teaching experiences and got some insights of how the school operates. After the 2 hour paper the boys had a break and went into a mentoring session by the school Principal Mr. John Muthiora. The principal spoke about The qualities that make a virtuous man. Later after lunch they had a second session by Dr. Jeffery Osoro. Dr. Osoro is the Scholar of the Year 2015 and an alumnus of Nairobi Primary. Dr. Osoro spoke on What it takes to succeed in High School.

At the end of the day prizes were won and attendance certificates issued.
The winning school was Visa Oshwal. They went home with a Trophy, book voucher and contest medals for each participant.
The 1st runner up school was Nairobi Primary School. They went home with a Trophy, book voucher and contest medals for each participant.
The 2nd runner up school was Hospital Hill School. They went home with a Trophy, book voucher and contest medals for each participant.

The winner of the contest was David Nganga from Westlands Primary School. He received a Trophy and certificate of merit.
1st runner up was David Kithinji from Visa Oshwal Primary School. He received a Trophy and certificate of merit.
2nd runner up was Owen Kiptanui from Loresho Primary School. He received a Trophy and certificate of merit.

We hope for the best in KCPE for the schools and the Pupils who participated.

The 2020 KCSE results were released yesterday, Monday, 10th May 2021.
Despite the challenges that the 2020 class faced, we are pleased to announce that the young men did extremely well!
Provisional results indicate that the class posted a mean of 9.783. We are happy to note that 96% of the candidature attained the minimum entry requirement to university.
The candidates did well in all subjects. Computer Studies, French, Math, History and Geography posted excellent results! Despite a great drop in the general performance in English and Chemistry across the country, our candidates still maintained an impressive performance in the two subjects.
We wish to congratulate the teachers who tirelessly worked with the candidates, oftentimes making heroic sacrifices to keep the candidates engaged.
We thank the parents for their unwavering support throughout the boys’ sojourn at the school. We take pride in the fact that the boys were not only academically gifted but proved to be among the most polished young men that have walked the halls of Strathmore! We are confident that this discipline will propel them higher than their grades alone ever would!
We present you the breakdown of the results and the top 5 students.

ENGLISH 2 12 20 33 15 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.398 83
KISWAHILI 6 7 12 20 14 10 7 5 2 0 0 0 8.506 83
MATHEMATICS 60 3 8 1 3 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 10.940 83
BIOLOGY 4 7 7 7 3 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 9.455 33
PHYSICS 11 13 19 17 8 6 2 2 1 3 0 0 9.256 82
CHEMISTRY 5 14 20 15 10 4 3 2 5 3 1 0 8.732 82
GEOGRAPHY 20 19 26 11 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 10.402 82
COMPUTERS 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12.000 24
FRENCH 21 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11.667 24
HISTORY 9 11 7 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10.645 31
TOTAL  5 24 28 14 3 6 1 2 0 0 0 0 9.783 83

Adrian Adambo

A 83 out of 84

Dennis Thairu

A 83 out of 84

Joel Orie

A 83 out of 84

Ryan Chironga

A 82 out of 84

Bryan Karanja

A 81 out of 84

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