Naivasha High School Description
Naivasha High School is a provincial Boys Boarding Secondary School in the Rift Valley Province, Nakuru County, Naivasha town. It was established in 1975 as a co-educational school with a view to providing education to the local community. Its original name was Naivasha Harambee Secondary school.
Its name was later changed to Naivasha Mixed Secondary School in 1982. It is situated on a 13-acre plot provided for by the Naivasha Municipal council in 1975 through the effort of Mr. Simon T Kairu an area MP and Mr. Chotara the then KANU chair Nakuru district. It was established free of affiliations and sponsorship as a deb aided mixed secondary school. Its first batch of 10 students 6 boys and 4 girls were enrolled in the school in February 1976 in a 2roomed structure which served as both class and office.
In 1980 it became a mixed day and boarding school and in 1990 it became a mixed boarding secondary school. In 2010 the school was split into two schools, i.e Lake Naivasha Girls and Naivasha High School, four streamed boys boarding school.
School Motto, Vision, and Mission
Motto: Discipline & Diligence for Excellence
Mission: To physically, Spiritually, intellectually and socially Nurture the boy child to responsible adulthood by imparting relevant knowledge skills and attitudes.
Vision: To be a center of Academic Excellence that produces holistic persons who can compete effectively in the dynamic world.
Naivasha High School Contacts
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School Name: Naivasha Boys Secondary School
Physical Location: Naivasha Town
Address: P.O. Box 233, Naivasha 20117
City/Town : Naivasha
School Category: Public
School Code :
Phone Number: 050-2020914
Email: Not available
Website: Not available to be updated soon
School Fees and School Account Number
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Naivasha High School – Highlights
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