Tenwek High School Description
Tenwek High School is a Boys boarding school, located in Municipality location, Bomet County. The school is three streamed, it came to existence in 1945 and was headed by the World Gospel Missionaries as an intermediate school and is currently under the sponsorship of the African Gospel Church( AGC). The school admitted its first Boys’ in 1961 after being converted into a secondary school.
School Motto, Vision and Mission
Motto: We Trust In God
Vision: To produce academically excellent students who are self empowered, pragmatic and reliable leaders capable of applying the acquired knowledge to enhance development in the dynamic society.
Mission: To provide excellent teaching that equips the learners with necessary skills and abilities which will enable them perform exemplary well in their national examinations as well as exploring new ways of handling emerging issues in the society and developing their potentials to the fullest.
- Honest – we are committed to being trustworthy, accountable and transparent to our undertakings.
- Courtesy – we endeavor to be courteous all the time to every person.
- Teamwork – we cherish teamwork and collaboration both within our institution and with all our partners in the provision of the needs of our learners.
- Continual improvement – we are committed in setting and maintaining high standards of academic performance through continual improvement in our teaching and discipline in our learners.
Tenwek High School Contacts
School Name: Tenwek High School
Address: P.O. Box 49, Bomet 20400
City/Town : Bomet
School Category: public
School Code :
Phone Number: 052-20520, 0724-146713
Fire burns down five classrooms at Tenwek High Schoool on September 23rd 2017
A fire razed five classrooms in Tenwek High School on Saturday 23. Books and desks for 160 students were destroyed in the 1am fire. No casualty was reported as students were in their dormitories when the fire broke out. Bomet County Director of Education Beatrice Asyago said arrangements were being made to have the students resume studies.
Ms Asyago said the County Government, school Board of Management and her office were making arrangements to buy new books and desks for the affected students to allow them to continue learning. She said the school had identified space where the students will study as the burnt classrooms are repaired. “We are already putting our heads to ensure normalcy returns to the school and students can get down to normal business of learning,” she said. School Principal Mutali Chesebe thanked the local community for responding to their distress calls and helping to put out the fire.
Source: The Standard