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Kakamega School, formerly known as Government African School Kakamega and Kakamega High School, is a four-year high school in Kakamega, Kenya, founded in 1932.
90 Tsalwa Road, Kakamega, Kenya, 50100
|Type||Public secondary school|
|Motto||In unity is strength|
|Founder||Harold Arthur Waterloo Chapman|
|Colour(s)||Black, green and white|
It is categorized by the Ministry of Education as a national school. The school is notable in the country for performances in extra-curricular activities such as drama, and also excels in sport.
Education and extra-curricular disciplinesEdit
Through their soccer team, The Green Commandos, the school has won more football championships than any other school in the country.
The drama team that was managed by drama teacher/director/producer Oliver Minishi won awards in the national drama festivals.
The school's rugby team, the Barbarians, has dominated secondary school's rugby competition in both 7s and 15s categories.
- Moody Awori – 10th Vice President of Kenya
- Najib Balala – Secretary for Tourism
- Yusuf Chanzu – M.P. for the Vihiga Constituency
- Bonny Khalwale – former senator representing Kakamega county
- Newton Kulundu – former Minister for Labour
- Kenneth Marende – former Speaker of the National Assembly of Kenya
- Dennis Oliech – international footballer
- Noah Wekesa – former Minister for Wildlife and Forestry
.org, the school's official website
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