Each year, one Class 8 candidate receives the Moody Awori full scholarship to Brookhouse School. This is awarded on merit, based on a holistic screening process. The recipient for 2017 was Jimmy Miseda.
Jimmy scored 436 Marks in KCPE 2017, with 100% in Mathematics. According to his class teacher, Mr. Aketch, the boy knew that he wanted to be an engineer from the word go. “Since 2010, when he joined Makini in Class One, Jimmy started working towards this dream and was always very hardworking, disciplined, focused and very inquisitive,” his class teacher said.
Jimmy was also very good in football; had participated in tournaments in England, Germany and Australia.
Brookhouse has reported that Jimmy is performing extremely well and is currently topping the class.
We thank God for the blessing of this scholarship and wish Jimmy nothing but the best as he embarks on this new journey and paves his way towards becoming one of our future leaders.
On June 19, The Makini School Team left for the United World Games in Austria, where they represented Kenya.
The games, which are equivalent to the Olympic Games, feature all sport categories and concluded on June 25.
The players participated in Basketball, Swimming and Soccer, and were accompanied by parents, Basketball Coach and teacher- Mr. Ngira as well as Upper School Sports Master- Mr. Musa
Above: Basketball Team Members with Mr. Ngira Above: Football Team with Mr. Musa
Thumbs up to the players!
The high school team comprising Kendi Anyika and Vera Atieno emerged fifth in the recently concluded Science Congress.
In the presence of Makini Executive Director- Dr. Okelo, Academics Director- Mrs. Kweya, the principal- Mrs. Musambai and the Science Department, the Cyber School digital learning platform was launched into action at the high school science lab.