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!

The Debate club had a successful season: In The Strathmore University Debate Contest Strathmore School dominated the list of top speakers, securing the first four positions. Adrian Kinyanjui achieved the 4th rank, followed by Kwame Kimani at 3rd position. Aaron Kiuna earned the 2nd spot, while Emmanuel Mumo was crowned as the best speaker of the tournament. The team of Kwame and Adrian were crowned champions securing the coveted 50% scholarship to Strathmore University to a course of their choice.

Previous to this, the debate team took part in the Mashujaa debate championship, 4th Edition and the team featured best speakers; Enock Maina, Adrian Kinyanjui and Kwame Kimani. The other club members were in teams which were: Quiz Team finalists, Silver cup winners, Main cup semi-finalists and Gold Cup finalists. The quiz masters were Jesse Kwame, Keith Murithi and Andrew Kimeu; all being new entrants to the debate team.

Later in the season the team traveled to South Africa for a PASDC(Pan African Schools Debate Championship) where the team got recognition as Best East African Speakers. They were ranked 2nd best Debate Institution from East Africa. The Championship comprised of over 170 East African Schools. Adrian Kinyanjui was 1st position, Ian Irungu 4th and Kwame Kimani 5th, David Mwige 7th, Jason Ngugi 9th, Fidel Muthemba 12th, Ryan Muilu 19th, Enoch Maina 24th and Ronnie Mungai 46th.

Congratulations to the gallant men and their Patron Mr. Clifford Nanzushi. What a great season!

Talent show in the school has become an annual event which features a variety of activities that enable the boys bring out the talents that they have nurtured away from class. The primary and secondary shows are held separately with the primary talent show being held in the swimming pool and the secondary on the library forecourt.

Both sections had afternoons on different days where there were live performances. Pieces of art work were also exhibited and displayed.

It was evident after the two afternoons that the boys have more than what they receive from classwork!

The school opened its doors for the 2023 Academic Year on 23rd January 2023. The opening General Assembly was held on the same day. Various speakers exhorted the students to start working hard from Day 1 in all aspects of their lives. The General Assembly was followed by election of team captains and vice-captains.

Form 1 pupils reported to school on Tuesday, 24th January 2023, while their Grade 7 counterparts made their debut on Wednesday, 25th January 2023 eager to write their beautiful history as pioneers of CBC. Grade 1 pupils, full of life, reported on Thursday, 26th January 2013. By the end of the first week, the school was full house!

We take this chance to welcome everyone back to the school and wish them the best of luck and success in this Academic Year!

This year we had 2 prize giving days one for the the year 2021 and another for the year 2022. The one we had in recently on the 5th November was for 2022. It was a return to the normal prize giving day with families gathering in the sports fields together with teachers, students and auxiliary staff. The Scroll magazine had a comeback with a QR Code that also complementing it to give purchasers access to the Scroll Digital which was in DVDs in the past.

It was a great relief to get back to our traditional PGD!

The School rallied by the Form 3 Captains embarked on a target to raise funds to support the Lisha Kenya Fundraiser which was aimed at fundraising for the Needy Kenyans. The 1 Million Shilling target mark was reached and most classes managed to hit their targets and were treated to class parties, Dress Down Friday and Excursions.

Support our bursary fund!