In Form III and IV our school offers two branches with different priorities, Arts and Sciences.
The quality of teaching at Kishumundu Secondary School is exemplified by good positions in the national final examination ranking of form IV students. In 2013 we had a very good result, reaching no. 307 of 3256 schools. In the recent years our school had stable good results, ranking under the first 20 % of all Secondary Schools of Tanzania within the last five years, see below.
Front row from the left: Mr. Elinaja Leondore (Biology, Chemistry), Mr. Duga Elias (Commerce and Bookeeping), Mrs. Ngandu (Accountant), Mrs. Massawe (Kiswahili & History), Mr. Maduu (Chemistry and Physics), Mr. Mazua (Biology, Chemistry), Mr. Kiwara (Headmaster), Mrs. Edna Msaki (Accountant), Mr. A. Temba (Mathematics, Physics), Mrs. Minja (Cook), Mr. Moshi (Computer)
Rear row from the left: Mr. Materu (Kiswahili), Mr. Charles (Biology, Chemistry), Mrs. Prisca (English), Mr. Mmbaga (Chemistry & Biology), Mrs. Mushi (Kiswahili, History), Mrs. Mituwani (Matron), Mr. Mangesho (English), Mr. Minja (Mathematics, Physics), Mr. Mohindo (Mathematics, Chemistry), Mr. Minde (Cook & Truck driver), Mr. Kilawe (Civics)
A computer period about the usage of the internet in the computer room (2012).
An experimental chemistry period in the science classroom.
District examinations of form II and IV in the dinning hall.
A period in a regular classroom.
The library of Kishumundu Secondary School.
Morning assembly of students on the school yard.
Students learning for an examination in the school yard.