Sr. M. Silvana Geisen;Sr. M. Engelberta Frohlich; Sr. Pacis Vogel; Sr. Ann Walton
Kagwe Girls secondary school was founded by the Precious Blood Missionary Sisters in 1966 as a Harambee school. The school is under the sponsorships of the Catholic Archdiocese of Nairobi. Between 1996-2006 the school was headed by Sr.Silvanna; Sr.Engelberta;,Sr Pacis and lastly Sr. Ann Walton who left in June 2006 .
Lay Principals have hence run the school.
Ms. Esther Mathenge headed the school between June-December 2006.
Mrs. Rose Kiragu took over.
Precious Blood Kagwe Girls has improved from a mean of 5.173 to the current 9.16 which was achieved in 2011 and the school was ranked number 1 in the district category.The Form Four’s achieved a mean of 8.48 and we are confident that next year they will achieve higher.
Precious Blood Kagwe Girls’ offers 13 subjects in Form 1 and 2 while students in Form 3 and 4 take 8 of them. Our performance is enhanced by the grace of God and the culture of teamwork from all stakeholders. The students’ level of discipline is high. The teachers are very hardworking and self-giving. PTA and BoG are quite supportive and co-operative while the non-teaching staff are very committed to their work. These practices help in walking the talk of our school motto “Let your light shine” and our school anthem. Our belief is that every man or woman has an element/of geniality and thus we can accomplish all worthwhile intended achievement. For Precious Blood Kagwe Girls’, “The sky is the beginning of the limit.”
16th May 2013 - current
Mrs. Joy Gitonga took over.
We are one big family; staff, students, support staff and parents!It is our mission to make Precious Blood Kagwe Girls the best girls school in the Country. So far, the school is doing well in anticipation of a bountiful harvest!
Through teamwork, we continue moulding and educating girls to become holistically grounded to serve anywhere around the globe.Our target grade, 2014 is 9.42 plus (B).
No life is free from challenges or difficulties, but in God we trust, we shall overcome!
"Out of setbacks and failures grow roots of success and happiness." Christine Carter