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Students Urged to Pursue Courses in Creative Arts & Data Science

The Kenya Film Classification Board Ag. Chief Executive Officer, Christopher Wambua, has urged students to pursue courses in Creative Arts, software development and data science, among others.

Speaking at Highway Secondary School in Nairobi during a fundraiser towards an initiative dubbed: Save the Boy Child, on 30th July, 2022, Mr. Wambua, noted that the future of work is in entertainment, robotics, machine learning, software development and data science.

The Board’s Ag. CEO also asked students to uphold integrity, accountability and discipline in pursuit of academic excellence.


Mr. Wambua appreciated the school for its efforts towards nurturing students’ talents, especially in Film production and Performing Arts. 

The school’s documentary film titled: ‘Bleeding Love’, won an award during last year’s annual Kalasha International Film and TV Awards in the Special Awards category as the best students’ film.

The Ag. CEO further commended the school for posting good results in the national examinations and performing exemplary in co-curricular activities and also for upholding high standards of discipline.