Bahati Girls Secondary School is a girls only boarding school located in Nakuru County.The school has experienced excellent performance over the years in Kenya National examination. The school, is driven by the slogan “Knowledge in Virtue” that means our students grow all round.The school endeavor to become the best in the country and in the region with exemplary performance and production of all rounded individuals.Continue reading “Bahati Girls Secondary School Details, Results and Contacts”
Kisii High School is a school with a rich cultural tradition blended in the academic and co-curricular activities. Kisii High School is situated on 100 acres of plot at the foot of kionganyo hill in Kisii County. This has been transformed into a beautiful environment of education.
Kisii School’s system is based on a concept of modern, scientific education and the campus offers ample opportunities for students to discover and develop their abilities in a natural atmosphere. Kisii High School offers the Kenyan 8-4-4 system.
From its dormitories to its sport facilities and from latest technology labs to the beautiful natural environment we provide our students the opportunity to experience nature-based education.
It is different in character – as well as streamlined academic pursuits to fit university aspirations, students are afforded greater freedom with greater responsibility in their role as leaders. The excitement of cross-peer learning at this level inspires students to accumulate knowledge and hone skills under the guidance of excellent teachers.
More About Kisii School
Kisii High School is a public national boy’s school, which is a non profit public institution established in 1934 to provide quality secondary education to young pupils. The mandate of the school is to implement the government’s educational programmes with the view of developing their potential in national leadership.
Immediately after the Colonial Government become interested in education, following the Phelps-Stokes Commission report of 1925, Kisii High School started in 1934 as Government African School (GAS). The local Native Council of South Kavirondo raised the funds.
Kisii High School has grown in size from 3 streams at the start of 8-4-4 to the current 6 streams with a population of 1300 students.
The following are the major highlights of Kisii high school:
1934– Started Artisan courses at Primary School (Std. equivalent to STD 4-6). But when, it was unable to get pupils, the school admitted pupils in the sub standard level (equivalent of standard 2 and 3) with 15 pupils.
1938– Presented the first candidates for Primary School Examinations. By now, the school had 60 pupils in 2 streams of 30 each. The students had to be 50% Kisii and 50% Luo (Kisii 30 Pupils, Luo 30 pupils)
1945– The Secondary School section was started. At that time, this was called the Junior Secondary- equivalent to standard 7 and 8. The population was still 60 per class.
1946 – Presented the first student for Kenya African Preliminary Examination.
1949 – Started the senior secondary (from 3 and 4) These candidates were to be prepared for KASSE (Kenya African Secondary School Examination).
1950 – Presented candidates for KASSE (Kenya African Secondary School Examination).
1953 -The school admitted candidates for a P3 teacher training course which lasted 3 years. It was later shifted to Kabianga Teachers College (present day Kabianga Boys) before later on moving to present day Kericho Teachers Training College..
1956 – The school entered its first candidates for Cambridge School Certificate. A total of 60 students were registered.
1962– The school was among the 6 schools to introduce ‘A’ LEVEL (Art) with a single stream of 30 students.
1963 – Presented its first Higher School Certificate candidates commonly referred to as ‘A’ Level Examination.
1967 – The ‘A’ level science class or science stream was started. By now, the student population was 450 (form 1 to 6).
Kisii High School – The School
The school has had a strong connection to the Musa Nyandusi family, a Senior Chief during the colonial era. This was the most powerful position akin to a king answerable only to the colonial authority with minimal supervision.The Land on which the entire school stands was donated by Senior Chief Musa Nyandusi The school has produced the likes of Simeon Nyachae, a son of Musa.
Kisii High School – Curriculum
The secondary school curriculum emphasizes job-oriented courses, such as business and technical education.
Kisii School offers a college preparatory program following the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education curriculum. The curriculum offered at the school covers six areas: Communication, Mathematics and Sciences, Humanities, Applied Education, Physical Education.
Communication – English, Kiswahili,French and German Sciences – Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics Humanities – Geography, History and Government, Religious education, Social education, and Ethics Applied Education – Agriculture, Industrial education, Wood technology, Metal technology, Power mechanics, Electrical technology, Business education (Accounts, Commerce, Economics), Music, Fine Arts, Drawing and Design, Information Technology – (computer studies). Physical Education
Governance – Kisii High School
Kisii School is a National Public School and it receives a large amount of public money from the government. The Board of Governors(B.O.G.) and the Parent Teachers Association(P.T.A.) oversee smooth running of the institution. Daily routine business of the school is headed by the Office of the Principal.
Admission of students is by open competitive K.C.P.E. examination every year.
Candidates are judged according to need and parental income and their performance in the national KCPE examinations. Selection is solely based on merit.
Scholarships and financial support
Support comes from Government, organisations, individuals and donors.
Students life at Kisii High School
The school has dormitories, dining hall, classroom block, and Computer and Science laboratories. There are Technical Education workshops fors Woodwork, Metal work, Electricity, Power mechanics, and Agriculture. Students partake in watering of the livestock and vegetables.
The school has eight houses. They are:
Sameta Light blue,
Mara Light Grey,
Kuja Navy Blue,
Inter-house competitions at Kisii High School
There are activities in which the houses compete – Science congress, athletics, cross-country, ball games, drama and academics.
The school principal, Mr Casper Maina Momanyi usually offers a reward for the top three houses in each field.
Extracurricular activities at Kisii High School
Extracurricular activities include drama, choir, publications such as the School Magazine; school leadership through the prefects’ body, Sunday School teaching, Scouting, Debate Club, Wildlife Club, Environmental Club, Journalism Club, Science Club, Computer Club, SDA Society, CU and YCS for the Catholics.
Kisii High School – Sports
Choices include basketball, rugby, soccer, track and field, hockey, volleyball, handball, swimming, and lawn tennis. Individuals and teams have won national and regional honours in almost all of them.
Kisii High School – Basketball Court
Under the leadership of John L. O Kinaro,(1991–1998) a former principal, Kisii school emerged as the best soccer school teams in the 1990s. The record they set can only be rivaled by Kakamega Boys High School. They won three consecutive national championships between 1996 and 1999. Most of the team members have played for the national team, and some are playing professional football in Europe and Asia.
Notable Alumni of Kisii High School
Ratemo Michieka – former Vice Chancellor of Jomo Kenyatta University John Machethe Muiruri – Belgium 1st division soccer mid-fielder Simon Mulama – former Mathare United footballer Simeon Nyachae – former Leader Ford People and minister of Roads and Transportation in Kenya. He vied for a presidential post in the 2002 election George Nyamweya – Member of the National Assembly Henry Nyandoro – former Shabana Kisii and Kenyan International Footballer Kevin Omondi – Engineer based in the United States of America (USA) Robert Ouko – Athlete 400 Relay Gold Medalist at the 1972 Munich Olympics
Kisii High School Results
Kisii High Results will be updated soon…
Kisii High School Contacts
School Name: Kisii High School Physical Location: Address: P.O. Box 11, Kisii 42100
City/Town : Kisii County: Kisii School Category: public School Code : Phone Number: 058-30972/31545 Email:
Mbooni Boys Secondary School is a Boys boarding school, located in Mbooni location, Machakos County. For further information please see the school contacts below.
Mbooni Boys Secondary School – Location and Contacts
School Name: Mbooni Boys Secondary School Physical Location: Address: P.O. Box 50, Kikima 90125 City/Town : Machakos County: Machakos School Category: public School Code : Phone Number: 61 Email: Website:
Mbooni Boys Secondary School – Highlights
music: Drama Club: Debate Club: Sports Team: Girls and Boys Scouts:
Mbooni Boys Secondary School – Facilities
School Library: Swimming Pool: Sports Field: Computer Lab: Science Laboratory:
Makueni Boys’ School is a Religious Organisation sponsored boys’ boarding school located in Wote, Unoa Sub location, in Makueni County. For further information please see the school contacts below.
Makueni Boys Secondary School Location and Contacts
School Name: Makueni Boys Secondary School Physical Location: Wote, Unoa Sub location Address: P.O. Box 20 Makueni. City/Town : Makueni. County: Makueni. School Category: Public School Code : H4040352 Phone Number: Email: Website:
Nyeri High School is located a few kilometers from Nyeri Town, Nyeri County in Central Province, Kenya. The school is sponsored by the Catholic Church. It was started as a Primary Boys’ Boarding School in 1924 by the Consolata Catholic Missionaries.
Muranga High School is a Catholic church sponsored boys boarding high school located in Murang’a town, Kenya. It has over 800 students. The school was founded in the year 1964 and since then has grown to become one of the top performers in Murang’a County. Muranga High School is situated very close to the main town center and is easily accessible by road or on foot. The school is surrounded by a quiet neighborhood and natural surroundings helping to create the perfect learning conditions.
Muranga High School Results
Murang’a High School has produced some of the most influential men from Murang’a County including the current senator for the county, Hon. Kembi Gitura, Mt Kenya University Founder, Hon.Simon Gicharu and renowned crime-thriller writer John Kiriamiti.The school has a high level of discipline and is in the league of top achievers.The school set a target of 10.5 in 2013 and it surely achieved a mean of 10.59,an A-.
Murang’a High School is still looking forward for the top spot in the K.C.S.E Examinations and is double sure it will achieve it because of the hardwork ,determination and good character that the students are display.The school also has ongoing and finished projects such as a three storey dormitory and an ultramodern laboratory.A strong team of determined teachers is there to ensure the students have all they need in terms of intellectual development.
Just like in academics the school has also been doing great in the co-curricular activities, where it has managed to get to the national levels in music and drama festivals on several occasions. It has also participated in competitive games like volleyball, football n many more.
Murang’a High School Contacts
School Name: Murang’a High School School Code No: 10200008 Type of School: Boys Boarding County: Muranga County Physical Address: Postal Address: School Description:
Langata High School is a public mixed day secondary school, located in Magumoini location, Nairobi County. For further information please see Langata High School contacts below.
Langata High School- Location and Contacts
School Name: Langata High School Physical Location: Southlands Shopping Centre Off Kitengela Road Address: P.O. Box 47990, Nairobi 00100 City/Town : Nairobi County: Nairobi School Category: Public School Code : 20404001 Phone Number: 0716-209341, 0734-970747 Email: Website:
Langata High School- Highlights
music: Drama Club: Debate Club: Sports Team: Girls and Boys Scouts: Students Association:
Langata High School – Facilities
School Library: Swimming Pool: Sports Field: Computer Lab: Science Laboratory:
Jamhuri High School is a public day boys school, located in Ngara location,Nairobi County. For further information please see the school contacts below.
Jamhuri High School – Location and Contacts
School Name: Jamhuri High School Physical Location:Off Limuru Road Address: P.O. Box 40584, Nairobi 00100 City/Town :Nairobi County:Nairobi School Category: Public School Code :20403001 Phone Number: 020-3742105, 3749941, 3005891, 2358962 Email: Website:
Aquinas High school is a public day and boarding boys school, located in Maringo location, Nairobi County. For further information please see the schools contacts below.
School Name: Aquinas High School Physical Location: Next to Jogoo Road Police Station Eastlands Evescent Address: P.O Box 7200, Nairobi 00200 City/Town :Nairobi County: Nairobi School Category: Public School Code : 20401001 Phone Number: 020-559046 Email: Website:
Aquinas High School – Highlights
Music: Drama Club: Debate Club: Sports Team: Girls and Boys Scouts: Students Association:
Aquinas High School – Facilities
School Library: Swimming Pool: Sports Field: Computer Lab: Science Laboratory:
Ribe Boys’ Secondary School is a religious organization sponsored boys’ boarding school located in Chauringo Sub location, in Kilifi County.. For further information please see the school contacts below.
Ribe Boys Secondary School Location and Contacts
School Name: Ribe Boys High School School Code No:04100002 Type of School: Boys Boarding County: Kilifi County Physical Address: Kaloleni Postal Address: P.O. BOX 198, Kaloleni 80105 School Description: National School
Kenya High school is a girls boarding school, located in Mandera Road, Kileleshwa,. For further information please see the school contacts below.
Kenya High school Location and Contacts
School Name: Kenya High school Physical Location: Mandera Road, Kileleshwa, Address: P.O. Box 30035, Nairobi City/Town : Nairobi County: Nairobi School Category: Public School Code : Phone Number: Email: Website:
Alliance Girls High School sits on 71 acres of land and was the first African Girls High School in Kenya started for the African girl child by the Scottish Missionaries. The Presbyterian Church gave the land on which the school stands today and has remained the sponsor to-date. Continue reading “Alliance Girls High School”
Consolata School is a private mixed day school, located in Lavington location, Nairobi County. The School started on 9th January 1997, with a total of 29 students. The pioneers sat K.C.S.E in 2000 and achieved an average grade of 6.5 – C and stood 24th position out of 89 schools in Nairobi, and 250/2607 schools at National Level.For further information please see the school`s contacts below.Continue reading “Consolata School Details, Results and Contacts”
Moi University was established in 1984 as the second public university in Kenya. Over the past twenty-five years, the university has witnessed phenomenal growth and development in the number of students, staff, academic programmes and expansion in facilities.Continue reading “Moi university”
St. Joseph’s Junior Seminary Secondary School is a religious organisation sponsored boys’ boarding school located in Mau Summit Sub location, in Nakuru County. For further information please see the school contacts below.
St. Joseph’s Junior Seminary, Molo Location and Contacts
School Name: St. Joseph’s Junior Seminary, Molo Physical Location: Mau Summit Sub location Address: P.O. Box City/Town : County: Nakuru County School Category: Public School Code : C7090043 Phone Number: Email: Website:
Maseno School For The Deaf Blind is a public mixed boarding special primary school located in North West Kisumu Location, in Kisumu County. For further information please see the school contacts below.
Maseno School Location and Contacts
School Name: Maseno School Physical Location: NorthWest Kisumu Location Address: P.O. Box City/Town : Kisumu County: Kisumu County School Category: Public School Code : Phone Number: Email: Website:
Mang’u High School is a Kenyan roman catholic boys boarding national school established in 1925. The school is located in Kiambu County along the Nairobi-Thika Highway six kilometers from Thika, Kenya. Mang’u High School is ranked among the top schools nationwide in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and has many eminent alumni including the former president of Kenya H.E Mwai Kibaki , former vice president Moody Awori, the late John Michuki, Kipruto Arap kirwa among others. Mang’u High School sits on a 22 acres piece of land .Continue reading “Mang’u High School Details, Results and Contacts”
Kagumo High School is a boy’s national secondary school located between Kirichu and Kiganjo townships at Kagumo near Karatina on the Nyeri-Nairobi road in Kenya. It became one of the first schools in Kenya to allow native black Africans to sit for university level entrance exams, doing so in 1946.
As such, it is considered one of the best high schools in Kenya. It has several notable alumni. These almna matter include lawyers, doctors, politicians among others . One such alumni student is the constitutional lawyer Gibson Kamau Kuria . Mr Cyrus G Wahome is former headmaster of the school. Mr Dickson Daniel Karaba, a member of Kenyan parliament is former headmaster as well. There are countless other promiminent individuals who occupy significant positions in Kenya’s political and cultural life.
Kagumo High School – Description
Kagumo High School is a Boys boarding school, located in Kiganjo location, Nyeri County. For further information please see the school contacts below.
Kagumo High School Results
Kagumo High School is self driven by a passion for perfection. The school has its set rules and regulations that govern individual students conduct as well as inter-personal relationship between a student and other members of the school community and stakeholders.
Kagumo High School encourages and rewards self discipline where students work without much supervision. Doing the right thing at the right time and at the right place sums up self discipline. It is this self discipline that has enabled our school to shine academically and in co-curricular activities.
Peer enforced discipline plays an important role in our school. Students guide and counsel those who may not be towing the line. This is especially through the student leaders who form a hierarchy which ensures free flow of communication between the administration and the students. Discipline therefore is everybody’s responsibility with each student being a brother’s keeper. Kagumo school management however invites parents and guardians to sort out indiscipline cases that impede on the academic performance of the students and harmonial co-existence. This is especially when a student lacks self drive and self sacrifice. It is important to note being in school means denying oneself comforts and pleasures found at home for the sake of academics. This may result to indiscipline and hence the need to involve the guardian.
All in all we are clear of our mission, “To develop gentlemen of consolidated intellect”
Kagumo High School Contacts
School Name: Kagumo High School
Physical Location: Karatina-Kiganjo Road Address: P.O. Box 69, Kiganjo Road City/Town : Nyeri County: Nyeri School Category: Public School Code : Phone Number: 0722-895338, 0713-425959
Nakuru High School is one of Kenya’s National Schools located in Nakuru Town, along Nakuru – Bahati Road, 500M off Nakuru – Nairobi Highway. It borders Nakuru State House to the East. Nakuru Boys High School was founded in 1927 as Francis Scott High School but later renamed to Nakuru High School after Kenya attained independence in 1963.
The first stone was laid by the then colonial governor Edward William Macleay Grigg. It has roughly 200 acres of land at the foothills of Menengai Crater. Initially the co-educational institution was reserved for children of the whites who lived in the outlying farming areas and British administrators. All teachers, masters (as they were called at the time) were also white. First formed as a boarding school, it still allowed day bergs on condition that they lived around the school.
By the late 1950s, the school had grown to have a swimming pool, numerous rugby pitches, basketball courts, football pitches, hockey and cricket fields. The school also had well equipped learning resources. It had fully furbished classrooms, and science laboratories. Unique was the weather station where geography students took practical lessons. To keep up with its fast pace of growth, a large contingent of residential subordinate staff was employed.
After Kenya’s independence in 1963, gradual changes followed including being renamed and the first admissions of children of African origin. The first black students who pioneered entry to the school suffered harsh racial discrimination from students of Asian descent. In 1964 the school was opened to girls, making it the only national co-educational school in the whole country.
A few years later, black teachers were employed, and in 1982 the first African principal, Mr.Francis Kesui, was appointed to the school.
The school has consistently produced notable leaders, scholars, actors, players and countless professionals.
The school employs a holistic approach of child development where emphasis is put not only academic performance but also to co-curricular activities like Rugby and drama.
Rugby is a signature game for Nakuru High School.Nakuru Boys High School
Nakuru Boys High School
Before the school was split, it had the largest number of students in the country. By mid-2000 this uncontrolled admission led to leaders/stake holders calling for its split. The main objective was to increase adequate and quality educational opportunities for the girl child in the region and to improve the management of the two schools in order to enhance educational outcomes.
It was also arguable that despite being mixed, girls had their own classes and dining hall. In 2006 the school was split into the current Nakuru Boys High School and Nakuru Girls High School. Both schools have since recorded a remarkable improvement in KCSE performance.
Nakuru Boys High School is categorised as a national school, meaning it recruits students who do well from all over Kenya according to the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education(KCPE). The old education system (O-Level and A-Level System), consisted from 1st forms to 6th forms. It also offered business courses, i.e. ACNC and CPA and also Secretarial courses. But after changes occurred, it changed to form 1 – 4 (8-4-4- system)
The Principals that have headed Nakuru Boys High School are:
Mr. Paul Kibet- 2013- to Date
Mr. Kirui- 2006-2013
Mr. Francis Kesui-1982-1998
Nakuru High School Results
Academically an upward mobility has been achieved. In 2006 the school registered a Mean Score of 8.1 with an improvement index of 0.79. In 2007, the school further improved to 8.95 and was ranked number 54 nationally. In 2008 the school had a mean score of 8.01.
Nakuru High School Contacts
School Name: Nakuru High School Physical Location: Off Nakuru – Bahati Road
Address: P.O. Box 661, Nakuru City/Town : Nakuru County: Nakuru School Category: public School Code : 27500002 Phone Number: 051-212110 Email: email@example.com
The inception of the University of Nairobi is traced back to 1956, with the establishment of the Royal Technical College which admitted its first lot of A-level graduates for technical courses in April the same year. The Royal Technical College was transformed into the second University College in East Africa on 25th June, 1961 under the name Royal College Nairobi and was admitted into special relations with the University of London whereupon it immediately began preparing students in the faculties of Arts, Science and Engineering for award degrees of the University of London.
Meanwhile, students in other faculties such as the Faculty of Special Professional Studies (later renamed Faculty of Commerce) and Faculty of Architecture continued to offer diplomas for qualifications of professional bodies/ institutions.
Faculty of Agriculture; Faculty of Arts; Faculty of Commerce; Faculty of Education; Faculty of External Studies; Faculty of Law; Faculty of Science; Faculty of Social Sciences; Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; Institute of African Studies; School of Computing And Informatics; School of Engineering; School of Dental Sciences; School of Medicine; School of Pharmacy; School of The Built Environment
On 20th May 1964, the Royal College Nairobi was renamed University College Nairobi as a constituent college of inter-territorial, Federal University of East Africa, and henceforth the enrolled students were to study for degrees of the University of East Africa and not London as was the case before. In 1970, the University College Nairobi transformed into the first national university in Kenya and was renamed the University of Nairobi.
As an institution of higher learning, the University of Nairobi has contributed greatly to the development of Kenya. The university, in turn, has benefited much from its location, in the country’s capital, Nairobi, as well as, from the efforts of the nation’s diverse population. Below are some highlights of the University development, as well as, factual information on its setting.
Since 1970, the University of Nairobi has seen many innovations, which have contributed to its development and that of the nation. It has grown from a faculty based university serving a student population of 2,768 to a college focused university serving over 36,000 currently. To attain this level of educational progress has been no small feat.
Address & Contacts
Postal Address: P.O Box 30197,G.P.O, Nairobi, Kenya
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology is situated in Juja, 36 kilometres North East of Nairobi, along Nairobi-Thika Highway.
It was started in 1981 as a Middle Level College (Jomo Kenyatta College of Agriculture and Technology (JKCAT)) by the Government of Kenya with the generous assistance from the Japanese Government. Plans for the establishment of JKCAT started in 1977. In early 1978, the founding father of the nation, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta donated two hundred hectares of farmland for the establishment of the college.
The first group of students were admitted on 4th May 1981. H.E. Daniel Arap Moi formally opened JKCAT on 17th March 1982. The first graduation ceremony was held in April 1984 with Diploma Certificates presented to graduates in Agricultural Engineering, Food Technology and Horticulture.
On 1st September 1988, H.E. Daniel Arap Moi, declared JKCAT a constituent College of Kenyatta University through a legal Notice, under the Kenyatta University Act (CAP 210C). The name of JKCAT officially changed to Jomo Kenyatta University College of Agriculture and Technology (JKUCAT). It was finally established as a University through the JKUAT Act, 1994 and inaugurated on 7th December 1994.
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology,
P.O. Box 62,000 – 00200 NAIROBI, KENYA
On 26 November 2008 construction of a modernistic, multi-purpose resource centre began. The whole project is expected to reach completion sometime in 2012 and will serve as the main hub for most activities and events of the college.
The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), like most other universities, started in a modest way. It commenced as a graduate school of theology known as the Catholic Higher Institute of Eastern Africa (CHIEA).
The Institute (CHIEA) was founded in 1984 by the regional ecclesiastical authority known as the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences of Eastern Africa (AMECEA). Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia are the member countries of AMECEA.
On 2 May 1984, CHIEA was authorized by the Congregation for Catholic Education, Vatican City (cf. Prot. N. 821/80/34), to offer two-year Licentiate/MA programmes in Theology. On 3 September of the same year, it was officially inaugurated by Rt Rev. Bishop Madaldo Mazombwe, the then Chairman of AMECEA.
On 18 August 1985, it was formally opened by Pope John Paul II. In 1986, the Graduate School of Theology started negotiations with the Commission for Higher Education in Kenya towards the establishment of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).
In 1989, the Institute obtained the “Letter of Interim Authority” as the first step towards its establishment as a private university. After three years of intensive negotiations between the Authority of the Graduate School of Theology (CHIEA) and the Commission for Higher Education, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences was established. The climax of the negotiations was a granting of the Civil Charter to CHIEA on 3 November 1992. This marked the birth of the university as a private institution.
In 2002, the Faculties of Science and Commerce were established. Then in 2003, the Center for Social Justice & ethics was established. contacts
The Catholic University of Eastern Africa
P.O.Box 62157-00200 Nairobi-Kenya.
Kenyatta University, located in Nairobi, Kenya is the second largest public university in the country (after University of Nairobi). The University is located in Kahawa, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Nairobi’s city centre, along the Nairobi-Thika road. Continue reading “Kenyatta University – KU”
Bishop Gatimu Ngandu Girls was founded in the 1960s by the late Bishop Caesar Gatimu and was run by the Comboni mission in Karatina, Nyeri, Kenya. It initially took the name of the area where it was situated, i.e. Ngandu Girls’ High School, and the name was later changed to honor its founder. Continue reading “Bishop Gatimu Ngandu Girls School Details and Contacts”
Alliance High School (or AHS) popularly known as “Bush”, was the first school in Kenya to offer secondary school education to Africans. It was founded on 1 March 1926 by the Alliance of Protestant Churches – The Church of Scotland Mission (later known as the Presbyterian Church of East Africa or PCEA), Church of the Province of Kenya (CPK), African Inland Church (AIC), and the Methodist Church.Continue reading “Alliance High School – Details, Results and Contacts”
Maseno University is a university based in Maseno, near Kisumu, in Kenya and was founded in 1991. It is one of the seven public universities in Kenya. The University is located in Maseno Township along Kisumu-Busia road, some 25 km from Kisumu City and 400 km west of Nairobi. It has two campuses: the Kisumu campus and the Main campus. The Main campus is located along Kisumu-Busia road, while the Kisumu campus is located in Kisumu City.
The name “Maseno” was coined by Rev. J.J. Willis out of the name of a tree known in local dialects as “Oseno” or “Oluseno” that stood next to the spot where the first missionaries in the region erected their base.
The University offers undergraduate and post-graduate programs in different disciplines at the following faculties and schools:
• Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
• Faculty of Education
• Faculty of Science
• School of Public Health and Community Development
• School of Environment and Earth Sciences
• School of Development and Strategic Studies
• School of Graduate Studies
• Institute of Research and Postgraduate studies
P.O. Box 3275-40100, KISUMU, Kenya
Tel: 057-2021013, 057- 2024155.
Strathmore College was started in 1961 as an Advanced-level Sixth Form College offering Science and Arts subjects by a group of professionals, who formed a charitable Educational Trust (now the Strathmore Educational Trust). Saint Josemaría Escrivá, founder of Opus Dei, inspired and encouraged them to start the College. Continue reading “Strathmore University”