Mukumu Boys launches 2023-2027 plan for academic excellency

Strategic plan launched

Mukumu Boys High School has launched a strategic plan to cope with the expectations of its growth.

The strategic plan will cover the period between 2023 -2027

The school Principal Sylvester Ashioya said the plan began in the year 2020 but was affected by Covid 19 pandemic and therefore most of the plans have been carried forward.

Ashioya said the process to gather ideas for the plan has been all-inclusive, involving major stakeholders who gave their valuable input.

The information contained, the Principal said is balanced and enjoys stakeholders’ ownership.

Ashioya was optimistic that the strategic plan will usher in a new dawn of positive transformation in the school.

“The current plan is anchored on lessons learned from the first strategic plan covered in 2012-2017,” He said

Ashioya lauded his predecessors for their strategies which propelled the institution to its current status.

He urged stakeholders to pursue their rightful roles with conviction, passion, and team spirit in order to excel in achieving the goals of the plan.

Board of Management Chairperson Kenneth Lwile said the plan was being launched when the school is now 58 years since its inception.

“Through the strategic goal, we can collectively transform our school into a Boy’s national school of choice and excellence for academically ambitious students in Kakamega County and nationwide in line with our school motto “In pursuit of excellence,” Lwile said.

The new strategy gives the school joy to excel where they have done well and also challenges students to improve on the gaps they have had for the past years.

BOM chair urged all stakeholders to join hands to transform the school and mold students towards quality careers in the future.

The school posted an impressive mean score of 6.47 in the last year’s KCSE examinations compared to the previous year which had a mean of 5.7.

The school was also having thanksgiving mass and prayer day for this year’s candidates who are a promising class with a target mean of 8.5 in KCSE and said are going to surpass.

By Hilda Atika

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