Cherutombo High School Alumni Association - Chesaa

Cherutombo High School Alumni Association - Chesaa

CHESAA is an association comprising graduates from CHS. Vision, mission and objectives of CHESAA can be found under About and on the timeline.

We want Cherutombo High School (CHS) to be the best High School in the community run by teachers passionate about teaching and producing finest students who will excel in their future endeavors. The primary objective of CHESAA is: To provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and knowledge, fostering and cementing friendships among all entities and individuals involved in various activiti


Hello everyone

I hope you are all doing well. Our beloved School will be having prize giving day on October 7. For those who are willing and able, lets pull our resources and contribute towards this great day.

The categories that are there for prizes are:
1 best student for each subject per form ie geo, maths, inte-science, physical science, history, religious education , English ,Shona,agriculture, commerce, accounts, computers , building , fashion and fabrics------ku A level kune Computing , agriculture, accounting ,maths, Geo, history, divinity, economics, biology , chemistry
2 there are the best sports person per each sporting discipline eg soccer, netball, volleyball , handball, darts, chess
3 the arts and culture category eg drama, debate, public speaking , dancing
4 well behaved
5 smartest
6 long serving members of staff

Please let me know if you are interested in doing something either individually or collectively as alums - send me a message or reply comment on this post and I will reach out to you. Feel free to forward the message to other alums and hopefully we can put together something in the next week.

Thanks much,


We hope that we find you well. Its been a long time without giving you some updates from our lovely school. Here are the developments from the beginning of Term 2:

1. Mr. Dani Appointed Senior Master:
Head of English department, Mr. Dani, has taken over the position of senior master from Mr. Nyamushonyongora with effect from this term. His appointment came following the retirement of his predecessor, Mr. Nyamushonyongora, over the April school holiday.
Mr. Dani is one of the longest serving staff member in the school, having worked here for 23 years now. He is well known for his strong work ethic and emphasis on students‟ discipline.
When asked what changes will take place during his tenure, the newly appointed senior master said he was not here to change anything but to promote good behaviour, respect and discipline among students as he believes these to be the key to success and production of good results.
Meanwhile, the school welcomed Mr. Mararike who replaced Mr. Nyamushonyongora last week. He has taught here in the past and re-joins the school from Early Bird.

2. O and A Level Exam Fees Announced:
Those planning to sit for the "O" Level exams this year will have to part with $15 for every subject and an additional $15 practical fee for Building. This means that a student writing 8 subjects including Building will have to pay $135.
"A" Level candidates will pay $26 per subject for all subjects except English and Communication skills, for which they are required to pay $24. Those writing Biology and Agriculture will pay an additional practical fee of $17.
The deadline for registration is the 5th of June and it is expected that every aspiring candidate should have registered and paid the exam fees by that date since the time for payment will not be extended.

3. U17 Boys Progress
The Under 17 boys soccer team booked a place in the district competitions, against all odds, after winning the NASH zonal competitions at Bernard Mizeki College (BMC) last Friday.
In a tournament marred by poor officiating meant to favour the hosts, Cherutombo drew 1-1 with BMC in their opener and went on to hand Theydon and Dhombi 3-0 defeats apiece before firing 10 goals past Mukanganise's goalkeeper without reply.
BMC lost 2 of their matches to hand Cherutombo a well deserved victory.

4. Visitation Trip A Nightmare
The much anticipated trip to Domboshava for the Visita-tion High School invitation tournament turned into a nightmare for the under 20 boys soccer and volleyball teams.
Soccer boys played Parirehwa and Mavhuradonha High Schools in the group stages. They lost both matches 0-1 each so they could not proceed to the next round. While the soccer team was losing their matches, the volleyball team was busy doing the same at the other end of the sports fields.

Thank you. God Bless you all and CHS!!!


We hope that we find you well as always. Here is some exciting news from our beautiful school:

1. History remade - 11A's by Anyford Mudarikwa
Known as the boy who fell sick during the educational tour of Masvingo in 2011, or the prefect who scaled the school’s security wall last year, Anyford Mudarikwa has made a name for himself. Its been 12 years since such results were obtained at CHS. Thus the challenge still remains for those at CHS to surpass this mark. But for now its Anyford's moment.

Business came to a standstill on Friday afternoon when he came to collect his results. Teachers, students and former students all congratulated and celebrated his success with him. There were also a number of other students who passed with flying colours. They include Anyford’s best friend, Tinotenda Chivizhe and Lawrence Gono, who both had 7 As each.

We join everyone associated with CHS in congratulating Anyford and all the others who excelled in both their A and O Level exams. We encourage all those out there with information that may be helpful as these graduates take the next step in their life to please let us know and we will be very pleased to share that info with them. United we stand and CHS will rise higher!!!

2. Prefects Officially installed
The 2015 prefects were officially installed to their positions during a colourful ceremony held in the school hall on Thurs-day last week.
CBZ Marondera branch manager, Mrs Madzivire (also former CHS student), who was the guest of honour, urged the prefects to lead by example. She said leaders are born and not made, therefore the prefects had been made lead-ers but were chosen after the lead-ership qualities in them had been seen by the school authorities. Mrs Madzivire said leaders are results oriented.
She also adviced the newly in-stalled prefects to be approacha-ble, maintain discipline, be good communicators and be punctual.
For the first time, the prefects were given the new gold ties and prefect badges with their names on them. The top 6 prefects will be given green ones which match the ribbons on their cream blazers.

3. Lower six lessons begin and A Level classes moved
Lower six students will today begin their lessons following the completion of the recruitment and selection processes last week.
The lessons were supposed to begin on Wednesday last week when schools officially opened for the low-er six students.
In a related story, the A Level students' classes/rooms where moved back to the rooms that were specifically built for them when A Level was introduced a few years ago.

1. End of road for some of CHS athletes but hope remain for some
ll three Cherutombo High School athletes who travelled to Ma-husekwa High School for the NASH Marondera Dis-trict marathon competitions Friday failed to make it into the district team.
There is still hope, however, for the school to have athletes com-pete at the provincial and na-tional levels as over 30 athletes are set to travel to Marondera High School for the NASH Marondera District track and field events this coming Friday. Their coach, Mr. Taremba is confident that a number of his athletes will bring medals with them.

2. Eight win Gold
Eight Cherutombo High School students won Gold medals in various disciplines at the NASH inter-zonal athletics competitions held at Marondera High School on Friday. The eight: Vincent Mugando, Nigel Tsotsi Matinyarare, Trust Achilunga, Tatenda Soraidema, Glendon Chatyoka, Praise Mudonhi, Arnold Mukosera and Ivy Musomekwa will join other gold medallist from schools within the Marondera District to form the team that will represent the district at the Provincial competitions at Peterhouse on Fri-day next week.

YAA Fund Raising
The Youth Against Aids (YAA) Club is in the pro-cess of raising funds to sup-ports its various charity projects.
Club matron, Mrs Mazani, last week appealed to members of staff and stu-dents to support her club’s efforts in raising funds for the needy in our society. Cherutombo scooped 35 medals in total, including the 8 gold medals.

Quote of the week:
Choices are at the root of every one of your results—you make your choices and then your choices make you”. - Epi Mabika.

Thank you God Bless you all and CHS!!!


We hope that we find you well and 2015 is going great for everyone. Here is a rundown of whats been happening at our beautiful CHS since the beginning of this year:

1. First assembly in 2015 in the newly built hall:
The year 2015 began with a difference as all students and staff members gathered in the school hall for the opening assembly that took longer than usual. Here is the order of events that transpired: The prefects led the school in singing the National Anthem to begin the proceedings; Senior Master, Mr Nyamushonyongora, introduced all the staff members; Ms Khosa gave the opening devotion, urging students to obey their teachers, parents and prefects who are their Shepherds; Mrs Parichi talked about students’ relationships with their teachers, parents and peers while urging them to avoid love relationships that will affect their studies; Representing the disciplinary committee, Mr Dani spoke to the students about the importance of maintaining good behavior and self discipline. He said students who fail to discipline themselves will be disciplined by his committee; Head of the Fashion and Fabrics department, Mrs Chakabveyo, reminded students of the uniforms that they are supposed to be wearing at different times, around the school, in class, during sporting activities and so on; Sports Director, Mr Karumbidza, talked to the students about what is expected of them during sports times and also introduced the patrons and matrons of the four houses; Deputy Headmaster, Mr Chawhanda, concluded the addresses by talking about the general expectations of the administration for the students.

2. 2014 A Level results pleasing
The school’s 2014 Advanced Level results released several days ago are very pleasing and serve as evidence of hard work by all the school’s stakeholders. One student from the Commercials department managed to score 15 points and there are quite a number with 10 points and above in all the departments. Shona, History, Computer Science and Agriculture all recorded 100% pass rates with several other subjects having a pass rate above 80%. The Headmaster said the school received recognition from the Provincial Education Director (PED) during a meeting with Headmasters from around the province.

1. Inter-house marathon set for Friday January 23.
The marathon inter-house competitions will be held this Friday to enable the coaches to select the school teams in time for the zonal com-petitions to be held next week. Mr Karumbidza said that this year, the form ones will have their own sporting categories as there will be the under 15 age groups for both boys and girls in addition to the usual 16 and under, 18 and under and 20 and under age groups. Preparations for the track and field events inter-house competitions should start next week.

2. SHUMBA are 2015 champions
Shumba were crowned champions after they emerged over-all winners following the marathon and the track and field athletics competitions held at the school sports fields on 23 and 28 January respectively.
It was Nzou, however who stole the limelight when they finished second, something that had not happened in several years prior to this year’s competitions. "This was quite surprising that Nzou beat Chipemebere and Dindingwe as this is unheard of and surely if these two were to somehow hear that that's what happened they would surely ensure all those representing them pay for defamation of character."
Shumba accumulated 45 gold medals, more than double those of their closest rivals, Nzou, who managed 20 while Chipembere and Dindingwe settled for 17 and 16 gold medals respectively.

3. Eight qualify for zonal competitions.
Eight athletes from Cherutombo High School made it in the the Cherutombo Zone Marathon team after performing well at the Zonal competitions held at Dhombi Secondary School last Friday.
Chido Chiutsi, Veronica Laimon, Leona Mtisi, Munashe Nhira, Sibusisiwe Mbokochena, Lynnette Somanje and Blessing Manangazira made it into the team that will travel to Mahusekwa for the District competitions on the 13th of this month (February).

4. Braai party for gold medalist.
Athletics coach, Mr. Taremba, was so impressed by the performance of the students who won gold medals at the Cherutombo Zone NASH inter-schools track and field events held at Bernard Mizeki College (BMC) on Friday. Cherutombo High School won 14 gold medals in various events. The school also won several silver and bronze medals in various disciplines.

1. School website and magazine this year.
For a number of years now, the Media Club has been promising to publish the first ever school magazine but without being able to fulfill that promise. This year, the club makes the same promise, only that this year the members are determined to make the dream a reality.
The main challenge in the past was the inability to secure funds from the school coffers. Club members have vowed to
raise the money required and have proposed a fund raising programme which will soon be forwarded to the Headmaster, through the Sports Director.
However, the club will require the support of all students, teachers and everyone in the community for its fund raising efforts.

2. New uniforms for school prefects.
Maroon jackets and Digglefold ties that the prefects are cur-rently wearing will soon be a thing of the past following proposals to phase then out as they are way off the school’s official colours.
The school colours are Green, Gold and white. The Maroon Jackets and ties bear no resemblance to the school colours.

February 3rd was The Headmaster, Mr. Ndoro's birthday. We wish him a belated happy birthday and many more happy ones to come.

Stay blessed and we will keep you informed on whats happening at our beloved CHS.


Its been a great learning year and 2015 will be better. In addition to the news from our school, there are other various projects we will be unveiling. Don't miss out.

We wish you all wonderful holidays and stay blessed.


We hope that as always we find you in good spirit. In this news edition:

1. Internal exams started on Monday Nov 17:
The end of year exams kicked off on Monday Nov 17 and will go until November 28. However, a number of pupils expressed concern over the delay in posting the timetables by the school authorities as this negatively affected their preparations.
There will be 3 sessions each day, as usual, morning, mid-morning and afternoon. Writing 3 papers in a single day can be a bit stressful for some pupils and some lower six students said that in future the authorities need to extend the exam period and have 2 papers written each day to allow them time to rest and prepare well in-between the exams.
Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the "O‟ level candidates who were supposed to finish writing their public exams this week will have to re-write Mathematics and English papers next week. This follows the cancellation of the papers that they sat for after the exams leaked at a school in Gweru some 2 weeks ago.

2. YAA appeals for donations:
The Youth Against Aids club is appealing for donations which will be used to prepare food and clothing Christmas hampers for three institutions: Musha Wevana Children's home, Kukura Neshungu Institute and Ida Wekwako Old People's Home. YAA has been playing a pivotal role in the society visiting and helping various institutions helping the less privileged and those who need help.

During the past 2 weeks, the club members have been running around the school encouraging well wishers to contribute donations. They are appealing to the school for food, clothing and anything of value that could put a smile on someone‟s face this Christmas. CHESAA would like to appeal to all the alumni out there to join hands with YAA and help in this noble cause.

3. Concern over students' behavior:
Several teachers have expressed concern over the behavior of the students especially in recent weeks.
While it is generally agreed that the outgoing form 4s and form 6s were among the most well-behaved students the school has had in the last couple of years, the form 1s and form 3s seem to be the very opposite.
Quite a number of issues, involving these and other students, have been dealt with by the school authorities ranging from vandalizing school property, love affairs with married men, theft and general misbehavior.
We pray and hope these students (our young brothers and sisters) realize sooner rather than later that being mischievous is not worth it and will only culminate in misery.

Stay blessed and we wish all the students writing their exams the best!!


We hope that we find you well. Its been long and here are the updates of what happened during the past month:

1. School celebrates 25 years
Cherutombo High School stakeholders gathered at the school on October 4th to celebrate the school’s 25 years of existence. The celebrations coincided with this year’s speech and prize giving ceremony which saw students who excelled in various areas getting recognition for their hard work. The event was a huge success packed with a number of activities which included braai, horse riding, dance, games etc and everyone enjoyed the day.

2. A trip to remember
The 130 students who took part in the Kariba trip are not likely to forget the experience anytime soon. They visited the Zimbabwe Power Company’s Hydro-electricity generation plant, the Kariba dam wall, Kariba Heights and the Nyanyana Crocodile Farm and also spent some time at the Nyamhunga Shopping Centre. A braai party was held on Saturday evening from around 7pm to midnight.The tourists made a stopover at the Chinhoyi Caves on their way back. The trip was a huge success with no any challenges encountered.

3. Soccer boys fly school's flag high
The under 20 boys soccer team has been crowned champions of the Tsisti Munyati soccer tournament after beating Greater Heights in a penalty shootout at Seke Secondary School.

4. Exam classes in final preps (And now exams underway)
As the 2014 public examinations fast approach, the exam classes have been making their final preparations in the last week or so.
The preparations saw a number of departments holding seminars for the form four students in order to give the students final exam tips.

The November 2014 public examinations went into full swing last week with both the ‘O’ and ‘A’ level candidates sitting for their first written papers on Thursday. The exams are being written in the newly build school hall.

5. Prefects farewell party held
The 2014 prefects had their farewell braai party at Zambesi Holiday Lodges on Saturday October 18. The party was organized by the school administration as a way of thanking the hardworking group for their efforts which helped maintain order in the school throughout the year. The prefects were treated to some braai, sadza and some refreshments. Further, they enjoyed playing volleyball and swimming. Mr. Majawala urged the boys and girls to work hard and pass their forthcoming exams. He thanked them for their hard work despite many challenges that they faced.

6. YAA visits Kukura Neshungu Institute
Youth Against Aids (YAA) club visited the Kukura Neshungu Institute in Dombotombo, which is home to people living with disabilities to interact with the residents and to handover donations from students here last Wednesday.

Currently, there are 12 children living at the home who are taken care of by volunteers Mai Banda, Mai Maengahama, Mr. Kanyai and Mrs Sibanda who is the Head of the Institution. The home can accommodate up to 36 people. The residents are involved in various projects including freezit making, door mat making, gardening and woodworking.

7. STAR consultants visit the school
Consultants from Star Education, Mrs Rwodzi and Gloria visited the school on Monday tell the senior students about the education opportunities in Ukraine and other Eastern Europe countries.

CHESAA wishes all the exam candidates the best in their exams. God bless you all - Yes you can and yes will all make it!!!

Stay blessed.


Welcome back everyone. We hope that we find you well as we kick of our weekly updates for this term. In the news this week:

1. All set for October 4th celebrations:
All is now set for the school’s silver jubilee celebrations scheduled to be held soon after the speech and prize giving ceremony on Saturday 4 October. According to the head of the fund raising and organizing committee, Mrs. Chirinda, a lot of activities will take place as part of the celebrations. These include fun games, horse riding, braai and many more.
Silver Jubilee T-shirts are already on sale for $7 and $11. Hats are also available and those who want all these must check with the Bursar.
This year marks 25 years of Cherutombo High School’s existence and the school’s administrators decided to make it a special year with October 4 being set aside for the celebrations.

2. Kariba trip on this Friday (September 26:
The long awaited and much talked about Kariba trip will start this Friday with 135 students taking part.
The group will leave the school on Friday morning heading for Kariba and will make a stopover at the Chinhoyi caves to see the caves and have lunch on Friday.
They will proceed to the resort town on the same day.
On Saturday, the tourists will visit the ZPC hydro-electricity generation plant, Kariba Game Park, Crocodile Farm and the Kariba Dam Wall among other places of interest.
The big party is slated for Saturday evening and the group is expected to be back in Marondera on Sunday evening.

3. Fundraising for Prize Giving and Silver Jubliee celebrations:
The Prize Giving Organising Committee fund raising efforts saw the committee successfully organizing and civis day and a dance function last Friday in order to raise funds for the October 4 celebrations.

4. Submit articles for the magazine:
The Media Club is inviting all interested students and former students to submit articles for publication in the school magazine. Work on the magazine has already started and if all goes well, the magazine should be out by 1 December.
Articles wanted include poems, cartoons, art work, jokes, sayings by teachers or other prominent people and any material that is worth publishing.

5. Consultation:
Consultation by parents of form 1, 4 and 6 students was held last week on Wednesday. The Headmaster said the consultation was organized in order to let the parents review the work of their children who are about to write their public examinations as well as for teachers to meet the form 1 parents and discuss their children's work for the first time.

In Sports:
1. Boys/Girls Beach Volley Team Progresses:
The under 20 boys Beach Volleyball team will join the girls team when they travel to Mutoko for the NASH Mashonaland East provincial competitions following their qualification in the District competitions held at Marondera High School on Friday.
On its way to victory, the team beat Macheke High, Waddilove High in the semi finals and final match was not played as both teams supposed to play in the finals are the ones which had already qualified.
The girls team beat Theydon, lost Mahusekwa, beat Mackeke and like the boys scenario, final match was not played as both teams in the final had already qualified.

2. Soccer Boys get 2nd Chance:
Under 20 boys soccer team will have another chance to play in the NASH competitions this Friday. The team finished as runner up in the district competitions and crashed out of the NASH competitions. However, winners, Marondera High School who had won the ticket to represent the district will now be in the tournament as the host team, giving Cherutombo the opportunity to become the district representatives.

Thank you and Stay Blessed!!!

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In the news from our last edition for term 2:

1. Term 2 ends on a high note
The term comes to an end on a high note with the crowing of a new Miss Cherutombo, Nyasha Kashiri and the victory of Kudzai Chimombe in the male modeling competitions category during the exciting variety show held in the school hall last Friday of the term.
The V-Show lived up to expectations as several competitions kept the crowed thrilled.

Lady Rolex and Lady Bold won the dancing competitions with their well polished act, New Boys were the first runners up while 3 Chill Hot Steppers were the second runners up. Ten singers took to the stage in the exciting singing competitions.

Form 2 pupil Tinashe Muswaka proved that a half loaf of bread and bottle of soft drink can be consumed in under a minute in the gormandizer competition.

The event was organized so as to raise funds for the silver jubilee celebrations set for next term. The celebrations, scheduled to coincide with this year’s speech and prize giving ceremony on Saturday 4 October are meant to commemorate Cherutombo High School’s 25 years of providing education.

2. Soccer team booted out
The under 20 boys soccer team that traveled to Igava Secondary School for the NASH Marondera district competitions were beaten by Marondera High School to crash out of this year’s competitions.
The team went into the tournament as the defending champion after winning the final match 1-0 at Nyameni High School last year against the same school that won this time around.

The match was said to be marred by poor officiating and match fixing as is usually the case in such matches. Their defeat means that no soccer team managed to qualify to play at the provincial level the year.The school’s hopes for provincial competitions are now pinned on the U20 boys beach volleyball team which is still to play their district matches and the U20 girls beach volleyball team, the current provincial defending champions.

Stay blessed and news/updates will be back when term 3 begins. In the meantime, please share any opportunities you maybe aware of and keep checking this pages for opportunities alike.


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We hope that we find you well. In this week's edition we feature one of our own Alumni's profile as the first one in our monthly profiles we will be having from now on. Please inbox if you would like to share your story with us and current students. Each and everyone of us has at some point gone where there is no path and left a trail. Sharing our stories will help those trying to follow the trail we left. Most importantly, everyone has a story to tell which will positively change someone's life.
Our next edition will be the last one for this term until schools open again in September.

Briefly tell us who Jessica Jacobs is:
My name is Jessica Jacobs. I was born in Zambia and my parents relocated to Zimbabwe when I was still young. This presented me with my first life challenge. Though the countries are neighbors and the people were basically the same, the social life was different and adding to the complexity was the language barrier. I had to stay with my grandmother in the village together with my brothers until my father got a job in Marondera. Being in the village was a blessing in disguise as this helped me to learn Shona within a few months and acclimatize to the different environment with surprising ease. While in the village I learned a lot that I will forever cherish as that shaped me to be a strong woman I am today. After my father got a job in Marondera I moved to Marondera Hostels where they had secured their own place we were to call home.

When where you at CHS and how was it then?
After I moved to Marondera, my father enrolled me at CHS, then Secondary School, in 1992 and I was placed in 2A3. I was at CHS from 1992-1994. The first challenge I encountered at CHS was telling other students where I stayed because it was regarded as a place for poor people. Nevertheless and being the strong woman the village had molded me into, I was proud of my situation and remained confident in my pursuit of being a difference maker in my life regardless of my origins or where I was staying. Within 2 years I was moved from 2A3 where I was at the time of enrollment to 4A1 which was then the first class. I remained resolute and through hard work I was elected as the Deputy Headglirl without even being a prefect before. Responsibilities bring with them more challenges. Some students kept on looking down upon me because of where I was staying but that did not dampen my spirit or become an impediment in executing my duties and responsibilities making sure that school rules were adhered to by all students. I was very involved in sports; running, netball and high jump. My key to success at CHS was being very punctual and I valued time and accounted for every second setting targets and timeframes on each and every activity I did.

Tell us about your life after CHS:
After completing my studies at CHS, I worked in Zimbabwe at Crown Plaza Hotel. I am currently working in South Africa at Valverde Country Hotel as the Conference Manager while at the same time studying Business Administration with UNISA. I am a proud mother of 2 lovely kids, 18 and 13 years old. I am still very active in sports and I participate in a couple of races annually. The major challenge is juggling the three – studying, working and family but I am managing.

Anything else you would like to say about CHS:
I want to thank so much the idea behind Cherutombo High School Alumni Association which I think will help tremendously in developing the school now and in the future. I would like to highly encourage former students that let us unite and do something for our lovely school that provided us with an education that set each and every one of us on the trajectory path where we are in our lives now. Whatever input each and every one of us has is very vital be it financial, ideas or advice all will be much appreciated and collectively will play a critical role taking our school to another level. My dream is to make this school one of the best schools in Zimbabwe when it comes to greening issues with the objective of conserving the environment for generations to come. If possible, please watch the movie “Inconvenient Truth” by Al Gore. I have plans to visit the school and see how best we can start a project in this regard.

Any advice to current students:
No matter what your background is, be focused and know one day you will make it in life through education. Be grateful that your parents/guardians can afford to send you to school as that’s what matters the most and acknowledge that life is different for each and every student. Some students come from rich families and some don’t but don’t let that derail you from your path to success. What matters the most is who you are going to be and what you are doing in preparation for who you are going to be. All the best to those who will be sitting for their final exams this year and I hope you will join us as we work together for the betterment of our beloved CHS.

Contact details for Jessica will be provided upon request - please inbox.

Stay blessed!!!

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