The history of the school goes back as in the year 1965. It is at this time when Rev. Fr. Joseph Babu was then a Parish Priest of Kibosho when he had the insight of building a Secondary school for Girls’ having observed the so called Middle  School for Girls’ who were finishing school without being absorbed in the Secondary Schools available at that time.

Rev. Fr. Joseph Babu proposed the idea of building a girls’ secondary school at Kibosho, which was confidently supported by parents through various contribution materially.

The first form one batch was registered in 1966. In 1981, the school was shifted to its present premises, which was purchased form the European coffee settlers, Mr. MC Girk and Mr. Papa doropulos.

The foundation stone for the administration block was laid down on 3rd July, 1984 by the late Honorable Rashid Mfaume Kawawa, then the CCM General Secretary.

At the moment, the “O” Level is composed of 16 streams, four in each form, while at “A” Level, two streams form a form.

 

 
 

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The student population stands at seven hundred and fifty six. From 1966 to 2007 these streams were named after African nations’ political leaders. This was changed to the naming of streams using Saints names. This was prompted by the transition to avoid political connotations in a multiparty Tanzania society. 

In 2010, the following are names of streams:- Form one St. Anwarite, St. Catherine, St. Clara and St. Lucia. Forms two are Sr. Benedict, St. Francis, St. Dominic and St. Ignatius. Form three streams are St. James, St. Peter, St. Paul and St. John. While form four streams are composed of St. Thomas, St. Bonaventure, St. Albert and St. Augustine.

St. Anne and St. Bernadetha form five streams while form six streams are named after St. Getrude and St. Elizabeth.
   
         
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