The name EDMUND RICE originates from Blessed Edmund Rice, the Founder of the Christian Brothers who currently administer the school. SINON is the village where the school began in 1988 and where it is located. The UHURU TORCH exemplifies the challenge to our teachers who enlighten the way for the young while the OPEN BOOK points to a familiar source of knowledge.The MOUNTAIN emphasizes for the students the challenge of working hard to reach their goals. The MAIZE PLANTS remind us that education is as important as food.
Our SCHOOL MOTTO, “Hope Through Education”, encourages us to study and work in the hope for a better future for the individual, the community and the nation.