The school is planning the expansion of this school library. The existing library is very useful for our students and it consists of some books and other study materials. If you can donate some books and even supporting us on expansion of the school library you will contribute a lot to the world development. Thank you.
We offer the following A-Level NECTA Combinations:
Other subjects including BAM, General Studies and Divinity.
O-LEVEL SUBJECTS AND SPECIALIZATION:
Our school is providing NECTA Subjects in Ordinary Level-Form I to Form IV for both science and commercial subjects. Form and Form two are doing both commercial and science subjects until they enter Form THREE Where students are making specialization according to their preferences and performance.
The following are the O-Level subjects taught at Enaboishu High School:
Civics, History, Geography, Kiswahili, English, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Basic Mathematics, Commerce and Book-keeping
This photo was taken during the normal assembly on August 2011
This photo was taken during the normal assemby on August 2011
Enaboishu offers equal opportunity for both girls and boys.
This Photo was taken during the normal students gathering in the morning assembly
The school and the Diocese have decided to introduce the promotion rules or passmark to enable a student to be promoted to the next class at the end of the year.
The rules are: a) Attendance Requirement: Most regular class attendance is considered
b ) Examination Pass: Students' pass should not be less than 41%
c) Promotion with specific agreement: Parents and students should sign a contract
d) Absence from school: Not more than two weeks
e) Discipine cases: Bad behaviour may hinder a student from being promoted
f) Limit to repeat: A student may be allowed to repeat the class more than once but with conditions
Enaboishu High School is a centre for the students who are repeating their O-Level examinations for several subjects. This class is useful for students who need to obtain the credits for further studies.
The photo was taken during morning assembly, August 2011