The school’s sports programmes are compulsory to all students and are offered in line with the Ministry of Education’s sporting calendar. In first term, the school participates in; Rugby 7’s aside (boys), Cross-country, Heptathlon, Decathlon & Science Congress. In second term, the school participates in: Handball (girls) and volley ball (boys). The school offers selected sports due to the infrastructural challenges.
The school has an active sports department and has been fairing well in the following areas:
The school is a giant in Mwatate district producing the bulk of athletes in the Sub-County for county competitions. The school boasts of previously having produced the best cross-country athlete in coast region (Carolyne Mwamachi) for three consecutive years - 2009, 2010 and 2011.
The girls’ team made their maiden appearance in 2011 emerging the champions of Mwatate Sub-County. At the county level where they represented Mwatate , they still emerged victorious to represent the county of the coast region competitions. The team has replicated this kind of performance from time to time.
The school rugby team has also excelled since its foundation in 2009 emerging as the county champions in both 7’s and 15’s aside in the year 2011. In 2012, the team topped Coast region and represented coast in National championship.
The school has been participating in science and Engineering fair competitions since the school started. The school together with other secondary catholic sponsored schools on the slopes of Vuria hill have partnered with students of Seattle Schools (USA) to form SEAVURIA partnership with the objective of promoting science subjects through research and exchang. The programme also organises competitions in science subjects. The school always participates in seavuria science contests with good results being attained.