Great news in connection with the UNESCO trip to Germany next month on Climate Change. Of the two Art Entries that have been selected for the ten day conference,one is from India and the other is from our very own Abdigani of year 11. His piece is the Elephant image and is Titled […]
In a colorful ceremony graced by Mr. Daniel “Churchill” Ndambuki, St. Austins celebrated its latest batch of senior school graduates. Congratulations are in order. We wish you all the best in your future. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_thumbnails”]
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St. Austin’s Academy is one of only two African schools selected to participate in the third edition of the UNESCO conference. Our students, Nasri Hussein Ali, Jana Sharif, Ted Apondi, Aisha Mahboub, Marlyn Mwita and Michael Oyaro will present research findings on academic, social, economic and political issues affecting students. This trip is the culmination […]
Our under-11 basketball team emerged second overall in the just concluded under-11, inter-school basketball tournament. We are confident that this achievement will motivate more national and international successes in line with the St. Austin’s sports tradition. Congratulations to all team members and coaches. We are immensely proud of you!
St. Austin’s Students visited the Award winning Brown’s Cheese Farm in Tigoni. They acquainted themselves with the cheese-making process and even made some cheesy bread. The visit was an eye-opening experience on the manufacture and use of dairy products.