Today we had mass to give thanks for the academic performance for the Standard 8 and Form 4 classes of 2022.

The chaplaincy organised to have mass at the courtyard next to the library. The mass was well attended by the former candidate classes, students and pupils, parents and teachers.

After the mass; the parents and former candidates were treated to snacks as they chatted and went down memory lane.

We thank God for the results and pray for the students to transition well to the next level in life.

The annual Corpus Christi Procession in the school this year was on Thursday June 16th. Students and teachers prepared for the procession by preparing the drawings and flower petal carpet on the path which Our Lord was carried through for the beginning of the ceremony. The whole school was involved including parents and some past students of the school; from the preparation of the procession to keeping Our Lord company.

The procession started off in the morning with the exposition and benediction at the library forecourt and ended in the evening at the school chapel. The school had 12 hours from 7am to 7pm with parents, students, staff members and past students taking turns in the chapel praying to Our Lord in the Eucharist.

Silvano, one of our founding teachers, peacefully departed this life into God’s presence on 1st January 2022. He not only helped in designing the school grounds but also joined the founding staff when the school opened its doors in 1961.

He selflessly dedicated himself to the formation of generations of students in the school and in the apostolate of Opus Dei on Kenya and East Africa.

Silvano served in various capacities in the school; bursar, mentor and teacher. He taught Biology, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Religion an Ethics. He loved taking care of the environment and wrote many books.

His requiem mass was in school on Saturday 8th January 2022 followed by interment at Lang’ata Cemetry. The mass and interment was streamed live.

Eternal rest grant unto Silvano Borruso Oh God and may perpetual light shine upon him forever. Amen!

We regret to communicate that Msgr. Cormac Burke, our Assistant Chaplain passed on peacefully on 22nd November 2021.

He was the first chaplain of Strathmore School (1978).

He was a former Irish Civil Lawyer and was ordained a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei in 1955. After 30 years of pastoral work in Africa, United Sates and England, he was appointed a judge of the High Court of the Church, the Roman Rota(1986-1999) during the Pontificate of St. John Paul II.

Upon retirement, he asked to return to Nairobi, Kenya, where he continued to work in the school Chaplaincy, while guiding many other men and women along their path to God.

He was the author of numerous books and articles, and remained an invaluable consultant to the Holy See.

We keep him in our prayers, offering up many hours of study, work and all we do during these days for the repose of his soul.

May he rest in eternal peace.

On 23rd November at the 11.55am and 2.05pm Masses we prayed for Mr. Micheal Pike on the first anniversary of his death.

Mr. Pike arrived in Kenya From Uruguay in 1988 and was a dedicated and loved teacher for all those years.

He passed on last year on the 23rd of November. He is buried in Langata Cemetery. We keep praying for his soul and thanking God for the opportunity of having met him and learned from his life.


We are saddened to announce that Ryan Mathenge Kigo, Form Three, passed away on Monday, 25th October 2021 at around 12:15pm. Fr. Francis, the School Chaplain spent time with him the same morning and gave him the Anointing of the Sick.

Same Monday afternoon, the Principal and some teachers held a special session with Ryan’s classmates. Fr. Francis gave a short talk to them and led the Form 3 class in prayers for Ryan’s soul.

We are also very grateful to Mrs. Pauline Kamuti, a counsellor and a past parent of the school for graciously agreeing to offer Ryan’s classmates group counselling on short notice. We appreciate the strong bonds that Ryan had forged with his classmates and the need to keep the class positive and encouraged.

We would like to offer our sincerest sympathies to Jennifer Kigo, Ryan’s mother, his brother and the entire family. We pray that God will give them peace and consolation during this very difficult period.

We thank God for the gift of Ryan. We also thank the Form 3 parents, for standing with Ryan’s family during his hospitalisation. We thank you for your prayers, moral support and financial contributions. In a special way, we thank all those parents who accompanied their sons to donate blood for Ryan on Sunday. Your love was overwhelming to the family.

As you are aware, ICU hospitalisation is usually very costly. We continue to appeal for financial support to help the family offset Ryan’s hospital bill which currently stands at KES 2 Million. The contributions will also go a long way in enabling us give Ryan a befitting send-off.
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We keep praying for the repose of Ryan’s soul and for the family.

On Friday 15th October 2021 afternoon, 59 Primary Pupils, 8 Secondary students and 1 Staff member received the sacrament of Confirmation.

The ceremony was at St Austins Church celebrated by His Eminence John Cardinal Njue; Bishop Emeritus of the Arch Diocese of Nairobi. There were communicants from other schools and parishes in the ceremony who also had the sacrament conferred on them.

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