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16 June 2015

Parents Seminar

18 June 2015

Exeat Weekend

18 July 2015

Mid-Year Exams

28 August 2015

Form 1 Entrance Exams

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Mission Statement
  • St Dominic’s Secondary School, following a tradition that dates back to St Dominic, who desired the salvation of all people, is committed to the education and development of the whole person; spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically, morally and socially.

  • In striving to achieve these goals, the School encourages:
    • Respect for each person and respect for life;
    • The development of a positive relationship with self, god and neighbour, as well as with society and the environment.
    • The proclamation of the Word of God as liberating Good News;
    • the pursuit of truth in all disciplines, the formation of conscience and the acquisition of self-discipline for the sake of personal growth and good community relationships.
    • preparation for life in all its dimensions, its profound meaning and
    • transformation beyond death to eternal life.
  • Vision Statement
    All Dominican schools in the country share a common vision which is: To provide education that contributes to the development of the whole Person. As a boarding school, our students come from all parts of the country. Out priorities are clearly spelled out in our Mission and Vision Statements.

    School Objectives
    To inculcate Christian and moral values through religious instruction, guided by the Dominican Moto “Veritas” To promote instruction of academic, and practical subjects. To expose students to a variety of sustainable co-curricular activities. To efficiently foster proper administration and sound management practices through team spirit.

    Enrolement 2014
    Form One - 99
    Form Two - 95
    Form Three - 96
    Form Four - 95
    Form Five - 59
    Form Six - 56
    TOTAL 520

    Religious Dimension
    The religious dimension of the school is a very important aspect to our school ethos. It is expressed through the celebration of Christian Values in Word and Sacraments, in individual behavior, in friendly and harmonious relationships and in ready availability.
    It becomes natural that the great majority of our students come to think of the school as an extension of their homes – the school – home that has some amenities, which create a pleasant and happy family atmosphere.