Since the 1970s, Kenya has witnessed the culture of violence in secondary school strikes. Strikes have increased in intensity and impact by time. It is herein suggested that it MUST be stopped before it obliterates the school system. Roots of the culture of violence are traced to our communities. They include: violence exercised at family level, local communities, public places, drugs, e-media, politics, conflicts, and traditional fundamentalism. This culture is thorny all over the world. It frustrates and deters human development. It has the power to destroy God’s creation and bring Man’s efforts in development to naught. Violence therefore, should be dispensed off with. This book highlights that the genesis of the Violence in our schools lies in our very communities. To uproot the culture of violence, careful re-examination and re-structure of our communities are indispensable. A sample of the roots and operational venues of violence in our Kenyan Society has been explicated herein and traced down. A four-prong approach to eradicate this Culture has been floated: 1. Civic Education 2. Eradicated Drugs 3. Decentralize Nacada and 4. Correct Ownership and Competent Leadership.