Moi High School Kabarak Details
Moi High School Kabarak is a mixed boarding school located along Nakuru – Eldama Ravine Road in Nakuru County. Moi High School-Kabarak was founded in 1979 by Daniel Arap Moi on his expansive Kabarak farm.
Moi High School-Kabarak was founded in 1979 by Daniel Arap Moi on his expansive Kabarak farm. Until recently one of 17 national schools, Moi High School- Kabarak is now a private school funded by tuition revenue, private donations, and endowment income. In 2001 the Moi High School-Kabarak building was transferred from the now Kabarak University grounds to the new ultra-modern Moi High School-Kabarak facilities
The school is consistently ranked among Kenya’s top-performing schools in each year’s national examination results. In the 2010 examination results, the school was ranked 6th overall having produced the country’s top student. Seven of its students featured among the top 100 candidates nationally. The class of 2011 performed even better registering a mean score of 10.99 breaking the previous record set by the 2010 class of 10.38. Just as in the previous years it was the best private school nationally.
Moi High School Kabarak Contacts
School Name: Moi High School Kabarak
Physical Location: Nakuru-Eldama Ravine Road
Address: P.O. Box 10, Kabarak 20157
School Category: Private
School Code :
Phone Number: 051-343447, 2216884, 051-343448
Kabarak High School Results
Moi Kabarak High School Results will be updated soon…
The school attracts students with the highest academic performance. The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) average test score for Kabarak admission 385 or higher. Due to the high number of applicants -over 1500- admission to the school is very competitive. Owing to the school’s high fees many of the children admitted come from well-to-do backgrounds though orphans and nomadic youth are supported by the school’s patron, former Kenyan president Daniel Arap Moi. In the year 2012, it was the first Moi High School. Only 150 will be admitted above 400 and 50 above 385.
In the first year at the school, a student has to take the following compulsory subjects – Mathematics, Languages (English and Kiswahili), Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics), Geography, History and Christian Religious Education. On top of this, the student also has to choose one of the following optional subjects – Agriculture, Business Studies, French, Computer Studies, German or Music. Upon entering form two, the student can take a minimum of 7 subjects to be examined in the K.C.S.E as per the Kenya National Examinations Council (K.N.E.C) guidelines. Most of the students, however, take 8 subjects.
Kabarak High School Highlights
Drama Club: available
Debate Club: available
Sports Team: available
Girls and Boys Scouts:
Students Association: available
Kabarak High School Facilities
School Library: available
Sports Field: available
Computer Lab: available
Science Laboratory: available
Moi High School Kabarak News
Tight competition as KCSE results released
Moi High School Kabarak led the pack of giants in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE) results released yesterday. In results that were difficult to tally conclusively because of the non-ranking system adopted by the Ministry of Education, Kabarak shattered its own record by scoring a mean grade of 11.66 up from 11.3 last year.
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