I am impressed by the level of contribution in this Online Page. I hope it will inspire lively debate by the Lwak fraternity as envisaged in the strategic plan. congratulations.
By: Mr. Michael Ogeda K’ombugoh- Board of Management Chairman
Good academic performance is anchored on three pillars; the Students, the Teachers and the Parents. Each of the pillars must play its respective role(s) effectively, and the good academic performance is a cumulative result of the combined outputs from the roles played by the three Pillars.
That I feel affection for this institution is palpable. The school received a naïve me in the 70's when I received admission as a Form 1.I would proudly shout on roof tops about this Alma Mater. I marvel at the products of this institution. Go getters. Ladies of intelligence, character and rare competence.
The task of moulding this institution has been exciting, challenging, humbling and fulfilling. God has been the ever-present shepherd and that He has illuminated the way for us is evident in the distance the school and its stakeholders have been able to travel thus far. Celebrating its Golden Jubilee-50 years since its inception- this year, the desire to do better has never been louder and stronger.
With immeasurable appreciation and pride, I have listened to, watched and read about how the Alumni of this school confidently and competently tackle challenging tasks and faithfully pull through with enthusiasm. Today, many refer to Lwak as “The School of Choice”, I concur it is if the demand for admission and support we receive from stakeholders is anything to go by.
by: Sr. Mirriam J. Jagogo