Nelly Gatwiri joined Maseno University, Kisumu campus and will undertake a Bachelor of Science in Geospatial Information. Peter Kiogora the mathematics Champion in 2015 is now a Bachelor of Science in Education student, also at Maseno University. We wish them all the best in their studies!
The water tank is now installed and filled with water. The solar panels at the school have been mounted and the pumping machine is up and running
David is sponsored by Gundua Foundation and is now pursuing a Degree in Medical Laboratory Science at Maseno University. Currently he is on internship at the Gundua Clinic and also as part of giving back to the community.
The National Athletics Championships were held yesterday. Ian Karanja represented Gundua Secondary School on 800 metres. Ian clocked 2.09.7 in his heat and narrowly missed qualifying for the final. We are very proud of Ian for representing our school and wish him well and success in the future
At Gundua Secondary School sports are as important as the studies
On June 10th, the National Secondary Schools Athletics Championships will take place at
Kigali in Embu. Ian Karanja, a form 3 student, qualified to represent Gundua Secondary School in the 800 metres race. Here he is in training for the event. We all wish him the best of luck!
Thanks to generous donations of library books and a Smart Board by the ” Knowledge Empowering Youth Trust” (KEYT), our new school library is coming in place. You can see the progress from these pictures.
Gundua Foundation’s Chairman Richard Ohlson fits a sweater onto one of the pupils at Gundua Primary School at a ceremony in February.
Gundua Foundation’s Chairman Richard Ohlson together with Charlie Dyer and Franco Mbae join Gundua Primary School pupils during a brief ceremony in February.
The Students joining Form One in 2016 started reporting last week and so far we have 54 students. The last group of about 26 is expected early next week.
Congratulations to Peter Kiogora and Robert Mutua in particular. Peter once again scored a grade A in mathematics. An A grade is the highest grade one can achieve in the examinations. Robert Mutua also achieved great results. Having joined Gundua Secondary with a C grade from Primary school he has now improved to a B grade in his secondary education and is assured a place at University in September this year.