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This is a national girls’ boarding secondary school located in Webuye, Bungoma county. The school’s existence dates back to 1913 when the Quaker Missionaries set foot in Lugulu. At that time, the main need was to teach people how to read cloth chars.
Shortly after, the school became a mixed primary school under Friends sponsorship as well as management. It was until1953 that the school became a purely girls’ school after phasing out all the boys. It became a girls boarding school in 1955 and by 1963, the school became a girls secondary school after all the girls at the primary school level had been phased out to the current Lugulu Boarding Primary School.
It remained a provincial school till 2011 when it was elevated to national school level. The current principal is Mrs. Cheruiyot D. Notable alumni from the school include Lady Justice Ruth Sitati and Roselyn Nambuye,Chief Justice Nancy Baraza and Dr. Reginalda Wanyonyi who is the former Deputy Chief Justice.
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