Boarding Department

Mr. Alphonce Mtere - HOD

The boarding department is headed by Mr. Alphonce Mtere with the assistance of Mrs. Jackline Mbugua (catering) and Mr. Patrick Lumumba (community work). Community work involves the general cleaning of the school compound such as classrooms, dormitories, dining hall, and laboratories, picking and burning of litter and sweeping of designated areas.

These three team up with 13 other teachers in the management of the houses/dormitories in school as follows: Prof. Odote – Mr. Michael Onyango; Dr. Were Gwada – Mr. Erick Makori; Wakajuma – Mr. David Machiyo; Lumumba – Mr. Zacheus Okoth; Oron Junior – Mr. Maurice Ong’eng; Oron Senior – Mr. Peter Omondi; Kauko Junior – Mr. Simon Jumba; Kauko Senior – Mr. Bonface Onyang’o; Joseph Were ‘A’ – MR. Aggrey Bonke; Joseph Were ‘B’ – Mr. Patrick Lumumba; Ogonda ‘A’ – Mr. Elija Nyabuto; Ogonda ‘B’ – Mr. Collince Omullo; and the Library – Mr. Edwin Omurwa

The department is charged with the responsibility of ensuring a comfortable stay of students in the school. The mandate of the department also ranges from student discipline, order, cleanliness, accommodation, meals, health, and entertainment among others.

The H.O.D boarding works closely with the school matron, cateress, security personnel and other members of the staff for the smooth running of the school routine.

There are various interactive moments such as house meetings held every Thursday between the respective house teachers and the students to discuss issues touching on their welfare in the boarding section.

The boys are otherwise trained to live harmoniously as a family where mutual understanding and respect should never prevail.

May the glory and honor be unto God for the continuous blessings and wisdom into

The Catering Team
bring along your appetite on your admission

If you are planning to get admission to our school soon, get ready to enjoy some of our great dishes such as our dominant African bread, Ugali, fried beans, and steamed rice grown at our Ahero rice fields. Other mouth-watering meals that will excite you include; green vegetables, fried Githeri, beef fried in salad oil, uji made from millet and sorghum and lots more.

Early morning light breakfast consisting of not more than tea and bread is served between 6:20 a.m. and 6:40 a.m. Typically, students are served with a second and more substantial breakfast served between 11: a.m. and 11:30 a.m. A favorite tea break breakfast treat is a slab of bread, with coffee. Lunch, which is the main meal of the day, is served between 1:30p.m 2:30 p.m. followed by dinner between 5:30 p.m. and 6:3p.m.

Mrs. Mbugua, the boarding mistress and the cateress Ms Pamela Ochola supervise the preparations of teachers’ and students’ meals and oversee the service of meals to students. The Kitchen department is headed by the cateress, Mrs. Pamela Ochola, who is assisted by a team of a strong and vibrant team of fifteen men and women.

On Monday, students are served with Ugali and fried green vegetables for lunch followed by fried Githeri and porridge for dinner.

On Tuesday, Ugali is served with fried green vegetables for lunch followed by Ugali and fried beans for dinner. An alternative for students who do not take beans is made.

Wednesday, Ugali is served with green vegetables or steamed beans for lunch followed by fried Githeri and porridge for supper.

On Thursdays, Ugali is served with green vegetables for lunch followed by Ugali served with fried meat in sauce and green vegetables. For those who don’t eat meat, an alternative is made.

Friday, white steamed rice is served with fried beans for lunch as students settle for Githeri and porridge for dinner.

Saturday, lunch consists of Ugali and fried green vegetables as porridge with fried Githeri take care of the evening.

On Sundays, steamed white rice is served with steamed beans at lunch followed by fried meat in soup and Ugali and green