Like all other schools throughout the country, the Sogeri National High School resumed its 2017 academic year last week.
Principal, Kive Kererembo, said the school achieved high academic results with its grade 12 students from last year.
The new students have now settled in their second week of studies.
Sogeri National High is a school of excellence. This academic year, the school is expecting a student enrollment of 576 students.
The school’s learning facilities adequately cater for students learning activities however, student accommodation is limited.
The academic output of Sogeri National High School continues to look promising with 90 percent of its grade 12 students selected to tertiary institutions.
That’s 280 out of a total of 285 students.
However, Mr Kererembo said the administration’s only concern is with the government’s tuition free fee subsidy payment.
He said last year the school was on the verge of closing but parents component fees had sustained the institution until the close of the academic year.