St. Cecilia Misikhu Girls sets new KCSE targets

Webuye east member of Parliament Martin Wanyonyi addressing St.Cecilia Girls students.

St. Cecilia Girls High School Misikhu in Bungoma County has promised to set a new record in this year’s KCSE examinations.

Speaking during a luncheon held at the school, the school principal, Angeline Ongume, expressed her unwavering determination to put the school on the national map through exceptional academic performance.

Ongume lauded the hard work and dedication of the teaching staff, as well as the cooperative spirit of the board of management.

St.Cecilia Girls students listening to MP Martin Wanyonyi

“My vision for St. Cecilia Girls High School, is aiming for excellence not only in academics but also in co-curricular activities,” she shared.

Also in attendance were the Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka and the area Member of Parliament Martin Wanyonyi.

In a related development, the area Member of Parliament pledged to establish a modern dormitory at the school to alleviate the overcrowding caused by the rapidly increasing student population.

By Godfrey Wamalwa

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