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Bringing up the Gilrs who believe in themselves

Sacho High School has continually made efforts to bridge the gap between boys' and girls' performance, as one of the strategic priorities to achieve its vision and realize its mission by identifying and strengthening areas of need. We are elated by the performance of 2014 class which clearly demonstrated that boys and girls have the same academic abilities and that is the essence of a true a co-educational institution.

The 2014 girls managed a mean of B+ against boys' mean of A-. This is not a mean' achievement for girls. Congratulations ladies! We look forward to balancing the performance equation as we encourage the 2015 class to close the gap.

Sacho High School is a unique home in a serene environment, founded on strong Christian principles and accommodates students from diverse backgrounds. As a co- educational institution, it offers the best to both boys and girls in terms of opportunities to develop intellectually, socially

and spiritually. Our co-educational approach to learning places emphasis on equal opportunities for all students and provides flexibility in response to the ever changing society.

As a school, we sincerely acknowledge the vision of the founder and patron of the school, His Excellency the Second President of the Republic of Kenya Hon. Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi whose idea it was to start a co-educational institution in the locality. His continued support and encouragement is the force behind our success.

Sacho High School is a centre of academic Excellence and character formation. The number of highly placed professionals out there is a testimony. At Sacho High School, students are trained on leadership skills, humility and healthy coexistence. This will not only shape their character but also instill vital values that will stand the test of time.

The office of the Deputy Principal Girls' Management, among other responsibilities is charged with ensuring that girls have a conducive environment for learning in order to realize their full potential in academic, moral uprightness and co-curricular activities. Our focus is centred on motivating them to believe in themselves. This is done through enforcement of discipline at all times, guiding and counseling as well as mentoring them.

Mrs. H. Rotich