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Moi high school-Mbiruri  is located in Embu East Sub – county, Embu County. It started in 1953 as a primary school. In 1965 it became a secondary school under the sponsorship of the Anglican Church. In 1966 it became a mixed secondary school.

In 1987 it was renamed Moi High School Mbiruri. In 1996 it became a pure boy’s provincial secondary school. As a result of competitive performance, a third stream was started in 2001. In May 2011, the school was upgraded to a national school with four streams. The school has grown to the current population 760 students, 35 teachers (27 –TSC, 8- BOM) and 30 support staff. The school stands on a 20 acre piece of land.

Moi High School Mbiruri Results

As a public Christian high school the school endeavors to operate on ministerial guidelines and spiritual values. In terms of academic performance, the school has been performing excellently with 2014  performance in K.C.S.E being at 9.244 being an improvement from 2013 results which were  8.6

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Moi High School Mbiruri  – History

Moi High School Mbiruri was started in June 1965 under the leadership of Mr. Alvan Njanga (head teacher).

The school started as a boy’s school. It was purely Harambee School. Since then, the school has undergone a lot of transformation as listed below.

  1. 1966 it became a mixed one stream school
  2. 1974 the school became government aided.
  3. 1975 the school got the second stream with one stream government aided and the other harambee.
  4. 1987 it was renamed Moi High School Mbiruri and became a provincial school.
  5. 2000 the school became purely boy’s school.
  6. May 2012 the school was upgraded to a national school; with four streams. The 1 st national class is in form 4.

The school  is located in Embu East Sub – county, Embu County. It started in 1953 as a primary school. In 1965 it became a secondary school under the sponsorship of the Anglican Church. In 196 it became a mixed secondary school.

In 1987 it was renamed Moi High School Mbiruri. In 1996 it became a pure boy’s provincial secondary school. As a result of competitive performance, a third stream was started in 2001. In May 2011, the school was upgraded to a national school with four streams. The school has grown to the current population 760 students, 35 teachers (27 –TSC, 8- BOM) and 30 support staff. The school stands on a 20 acre piece of land.

Moi High School Mbiruri  – Purpose

Moi High School Mbiruri was established to provide quality teaching and learning to students, inculcate the correct values and equip students from the country with the right skills.

Moi High School – Management

The governance and structure of Moi High School Mbiruri is under the Board of Management appointed by the Ministry of Education Science and Technology, (MOEST). The day to day running of the school is under the principal assisted by the Deputy Principal. Below the deputy principal are the HOD’S, teachers and the Non – teachings staff. Student affairs are managed by the students’ council elected by students in competitive elections held annually.

Moi High School Mbiruri Contacts

 School Name: Moi High School Mbiruri
Physical Location: Off Meru-Embu Road
Address: P.O. Box 34, Runyenjes 60103
City/Town : Runyenjes
County: Embu
School Category: public
School Code :
Phone Number: 068-62011
Email:

Moi High School Mbiruri Website

Website: http://moimbiruri.ac.ke/

Moi High School Mbiruri

Moi High School Mbiruri


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