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Happy 2016

Happy 2016

                        New Year New beginnings New Energy New focus. The school officially resumed on 2nd January 2016 and classes officially started on 4th January 2016 preceded by Official Monday Assemble at the Assembly Hall. The Director welcomed the Entire Starehe Fraternity back to...

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KCSE Results

 

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Old Boys Replace Their Godoros

Old Boys Replace Their Godoros

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Form One Selection 2016

   Form One Intake List is Up On The Notice Board At The Centre   Admission to Starehe boys Centre is a rigorous process that aims at ensuring only the most deserving students are admitted. Primary education in Kenya is presently available to the great majority of children. The course lasts 8 years...

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Programme of Events Term I 2016

Date Event 4th January Classes officially starts 18th February Mid-Term break starts 21st February Mid-Term break ends 11th March Sports Day 14th March Mini-Mock...

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Vacancy

STAREHE BOYS’ CENTRE AND SCHOOL VACANCY SCHOOL NURSES REQUIRED TWO POSITIONS QUALIFICATIONS    1.Diploma in Kenya Registered Community Health              Nurse from a recognized medical training institution.    2. Registered with Nursing Council of Kenya    3. Have a valid...

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Call for Applications-Master’s Program

Ausschreibung Bewerbungen für den 8. Jahrgang des bilingualen Masterstudiengangs „International Media Studies“ werden bis zum 31. März 2016 entgegengenommen. Erfolgreiche Bewerber/innen müssen einen Bachelor oder ein äquivalentes Studium abgeschlossen haben und über eine mindestens einjährige...

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Founded in 1959 by the late Dr. Geoffrey Griffin and other two co- founders, the late Geoffrey Geturo and the late Joseph Gikubu, Starehe is a charitable institution that provides care and education for boys in need. It runs a Centre, Secondary School and a tertiary Institute offering Accountancy and Computer studies.

Starehe relationship with Shell

The initial Centre/School facility was two twin huts donated by Shell/BP that remain intact to date. Shell/BP also made an initial grant of gbp 2,000 that made other well wishers join hands in supporting Starehe.

The then East Africa Oil refineries (Shell) donated the Mombasa Holiday house to Starehe in 1964 and it has been used by Starehe students as a holiday camp over the years.

Mission

Starehe as a Centre for academically talented and needy boys aims at offering homely support and a holistic education founded on strong principles such as discipline, multi-religious character formation and leadership development.

Vision

To be a global Centre of excellence in youth development, effectively providing quality academic and leadership skills geared for the promotion of a just society founded on high moral principles

Motto

Natulenge Juu.

Values

1. Integrity

2. Leadership

3. Service

Governance and Management

As a charity, the overall governance has a Patron, Board of Trustees and a Managing Committee.

Patron

H.E. Hon. Mwai Kibaki, CGH, former President of the Republic of Kenya.

Board of Trustees

Headed by Eng. Patrick Obath – Chairman

Managing Committee

Headed by Mr. Jimmy Mugerwa – Chairman

Management

The day today operational leadership and management is overseen by the Director, Mr. Matthew Kithyaka, who work with several senior staff of management team.