Mr. Albert Ombiro, the Chief Principal of Cardinal Otunga High School in Kisii County, commended the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) for acknowledging the school’s exceptional performance in the 2022 KCSE exams.
The school achieved the second position nationwide in the previous year’s examinations, achieving a mean score of 10.76, with all students securing direct entry to the university.
During a press briefing in Kisii town, Ombiro expressed gratitude for the recognition received during the World Teachers Day Celebrations in Nairobi on Thursday, thanking the teachers employer for leading this acknowledgment initiative.
He emphasized his pride in the Commission for enabling recognition across various domains, including academics, sports, music, drama, and athletics, among others.
The Principal also extended his gratitude to the teachers, students, parents, Board of Management, and the Catholic Church, the primary sponsors of the school, recognizing their significant contributions to the remarkable performance.
Ombiro highlighted that this award would inspire and motivate both the students and the entire school community to strive for even greater achievements.
Furthermore, he mentioned the school’s active involvement in various co-curricular activities such as rugby, music, soccer, volleyball, and hockey at the county, regional, and national levels.
TSC also honored other principals from secondary schools that excelled in the previous year’s national exams, including Mr. Charles Onyari, the principal of Nyambaria Boys, who emerged as the top school head nationally, Ms. Linet Sati from Asumbi Girls, Mr. John Kuria from Mang’u High School, and Mr. Simon Masibo from St Antony’s Boys School in Trans Nzoia.