The school has 7 streams in each form and the girls are accommodated in 10 very comfortable and spacious houses:
New House A
New House B
Dorcas Luseno (Mrs. D. Luseno, pioneer educator)
Joan Waithaka (Mrs. J. Waithaka, Headmistress)
Macpherson (Rev. R. Macpherson, Missionary)
Stevenson (Miss M. Stevenson, Missionary)
Watson (Mrs. M. Watson, Missionary)
Burns (Canon Burns, Missionary)
Bruce (Miss M. Bruce,Headmistress
The school has adequate learning facilities which include;
Home science block
Business studies room
The music room provides an environment where the students can practice on their skills in traditional instruments such as playing the triangle, shakers, drums, xylophone, chivoti and modern instruments like;recorder, piano, drum set, guitar and the violin. In addition to this,all other rooms are efficiently equipped with enough learning facilities.
The meals are wholesome, well prepared and enough which enhances health as well as physical growth of the girls.
Physical fitness is also enhanced through activities like jogging and aerobics.
The teachers are adequate, committed and the co-operation the teachers and students is evident in the good academic results.
The guidance and counseling department steps in to ensure the total well being of the girls by holding talks, seminars, and workshops among many others.
A highly qualified nurse is available to attend to any medical cases.She does this in the well-equipped and hospitable Sanatorium.She is on call 24 hours and so can attend to emergency cases.
In line with the school mission and vision, the school encourages students’ participation in co-curricular activities like clubs societies and sports. Such activities help the students to explore & exploit their full potential while encouraging team work and unity. Through the clubs, the students are able to serve and give back to the community around through activities such as:
Old people visits
Children Homes visits
Sunday school teaching and many more.