• My name is David Kimotho. I joined Gladphil School on 31st January 2012 through a Scholarship and left on 4th November 2015. The school taught me how to be diligent and also Entireness.I also acquired leadership skills because I've been a Domitory Prefect since form 1. I would like to thank the Management as a whole for every life you've touched
    David Kimotho
  • May name is Caleb Raymond Shaidi from Tanzania i was the first form 1 student in Glad Gladphil Boys secondary school I lean a lot of things during my time there for example how to live with different types of people I remember back then the school was so small it was 3 blocks i can't imagine how big the school now. I remember the fast day i was student there i didn't know how to speak good English i thank Mr Maina,Ms Sheila and Director for being there wen I need them.
    Caleb Raymond Shaidi
  • I am The Gladphil School top scorer of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary for the year 2008. I was admitted to Gladphil School in the year 2005 in form one and completed my secondary school studies in the year 2008 and attained a mean grade of A- . I pursued Bachelor of science in Civil and structural¬† Engineering in Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology and graduated in the year 2015.¬†Gladphil School have devised who I am today.The holistic approach of academics have engineered my academic success. Currently I am in my fourth year in the university. Thank you Gladphil.
    Jese Toyianka
  • My name is Kennedy Ochwila. I joined Gladphil school on 25th February 2014 and left on 29th of November 2017 after finishing the form exam. Gladphil has been a wonderful experience. When i joined Gladphil i could not stand before people but after 4 years I gained confidence to even command the scout parade and talk in front of people by the help of the principal madam Sheilah and the motherly madam Doris. Am currently taking bachelor of science in applied statistics at Kisii university and thanks to the courage instilled in me at Gladphil I image to be the course representative. Regards to all the esteemed Gladphil fraternity
    Kennedy Ochwila
  • I vividly remember the day like yesterday, it was on 17th Feb 2006. Tears of joy filling my eyes. I did my KCPE at Koiluget Primary school in 2005 managed to score 292/500 marks. I was invited to join form 1 at a neighbouring secondary school but unfortunately I lacked school fees. I decided to repeat standard eight the following year 2006.I came from humble background we were landless and lived in abject poverty-stricken state.But thanks to God things have really changed due to improved state of living as at now. On 16th Feb 2006 when I was in class doing some discussions of Mathematics questions, my sister came running to class and insisted to me lets go home immediately actually she looked jovial I quessed something good was going to happen . I accepted, then on the way as we walked home she told me I was going to join a secondary school in Kitengela. I was overjoyed, by then I had no shoes I was barefoot. On that evening my uncle and I went to Eldoret to book for a vehicle to Nairobi. I travelled to Nairobi and met my aunt Sr. Pauline Busienei, later I was introduced to Late Dr.Rev Ngumi and Counseling practitioner Mrs. Joan Ngumi. Later my aunt left to university to attend classes, I was left with my new guardians now . Mrs. Ngumi did all my shopping that I needed in school to join I think what happened to me was wonderful I thank God may God bless my guardians who sponsored me through my secondary education at Gladphil school 2006-2009. I managed to score a KCSE mean grade of 53 points C+. I then got a scholarship to join Narok Teachers Training College for P1 course. I finished the course in 2012, currently am an employed TSC teacher in Nandi County Lessos Hills Adventist primary school. I can now assist my parents and fellow siblings as their breadwinner. Thanks much to Gladphil fraternity I am where I am because of you God bless you all.
    Kennedy Kipruto