- is a private, independent, boys’ day school located in Nairobi, Kenya that follows the 8-4-4 curriculum.
- Strathmore was started as a Sixth Form college in March 1961. In 1977 the first Form One students were admitted, and in 1987 the first Standard One pupils.
- Today, there are around 630 students in the school with a significant number of them receiving financial aid.
2. Sunshine Secondary School
- Light Academy has been established with the purpose of providing a high level of education in Kenya especially in Modern Sciences. The school is being run by a non-profit making foundation free of any money making purposes.
- We are aiming to bring up young generations of Kenya enlightened with contemporary knowledge and equipped with humanly virtues. We are sure that our hard working and well-educated students will contribute positively to their country with their love of Nation and God. They are going to show the real good samples for the youth of Kenya.
- The school provides a secular atmosphere for its students while respecting all religions and denominations. Our students are assisted while they are obeying the rules of their religion. In the meantime they learn how to respect others beliefs.
- The students are treated as adults of the future under a serious sense of discipline. We are also aiming to prepare self- confident students who can represent their country and community in the best way even within the international communities.
- is an independent day school owned by the Catholic Archdiocese of Nairobi.It was founded in Parklands, Nairobi in September 1939.
- In 1946 the school was moved to a temporary structure on an 85-acre site on the land of St Austin’s Mission in the Muthangari area of Westlands.The present school building was completed in 1954.
- From the beginning, St Mary’s is a combined preparatory (primary) and secondary school. Once admitted a boy or girl can advance up to university entrance examinations.
- Girls are admitted to the International Baccalaureate Course. The school enrollment averages 1400. The school year runs from January November.
5. Wamy High
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- Kianda Foundation opened Kianda School as a result of numerous requests from past students of Kianda College. The School started in 1977 with 40 students, and now has a capacity for 900. It is a day school for girls with a Primary and Secondary section. The School has ranked among the top 10 schools in the Kenya Certificate of Seconday Education(KCSE) examination.
- The School fosters a close working relationship between parents, teachers and students. Special courses on parenting enrich this relationship.
- Bursaries are granted to academically outstanding children whose parents cannot afford the school fees.
- In line with the school motto, ‘In Opere et Veritate’ (In deed and truth), Kianda School strives to produce hard working and responsible young ladies who try to achieve excellence in all fields of their development.
- The education given at Kianda embraces the three fundamental areas of a person’s development: the intellectual, the spiritual and the human.
7. Mary Mother of Grace Boys
8. St Joseph’s Seminary
9. Materi Girls
10. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed of Mombasa
- Provides quality education at reasonable fees and turns out disciplined and independent young men and women.
- The Secondary section (the Academy) of the Makini Schools came into being as a result of pressure from primary school parents. When started in 1996, it was for boys only but in 1997 the school also admitted girls. It is a now a mixed day school based on Makindi Road, off Ngong Road, Nairobi. It follows the 8-4-4 system which is the Kenya National Curriculum. Optional subjects include Art, Computers and French.
12. NYAHURURU ELITE
- P.O. Box 298 -01001, KALIMONI
- The Senior Secondary School offers breadth and balance to provide challenges and opportunities for students, preparing them for the finest national and international universities.
- 8.4.4 – The National syllabus (K.C.S.E) is administered by the Kenya National Examinational Council (K.N.E.C), thus caters for Junior Form.1 & 2 and Senior Form 3 & 4.The qualification provides a foundation in Advanced Level (A-Level), Kenyan Public and Private Universities and any university worldwide, which recognizes the K.C.S.E qualifications.
- I.G.C.S.E – The international syllabus, British curriculum – International General Certificate of Secondary Education (I.G.C.S.E) is administered by Cambridge international examinations (C.I.E), caters for preparation classes Year 8 & 9 and upper classes Year 10 & 11.The qualification provides a foundation in higher-level courses such as; Advanced (A-Level), Advanced Subsidiary (AS-Level), International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB) and any university worldwide, which recognizes the I.G.C.S.E qualifications.
14. Moi High School-Kabarak
15. Rongai Agricultural and Technical Secondary School
16. PIONEER SCHOOL MARAGUA
- is a non-profit making mixed day Muslim community school that has pioneered (in East Africa) into a new program of completely integrating the kindergarten, primary and high school secular curriculum with full Islamic Raw-dhah, Ibtidai, Mutawasid and Thanawi studies.
18. Sacho High School
19. Chemelil Sugar Academy
20. Mother Of Apostles Seminary
- Set in an idyllic setting in Gilgil, the academy today incorparates a Day School, a GIrls School, a Boys School and the Gilgil Senior School giving parents an opportunity to experience an all inclusive education structure in one of the premier education institutions in the country.
- Off Nyahururu Road P.O. Box 238 Gilgil, Kenya 20116 Phone: +254 (0)50-4015453/96