This is a community of boys who ride high school in Nairobi, Kenya. The school was founded in 1949 by Colonial Governor Philip Euen Mitchell. The founding principal was RH James. The school was originally called the Duke of York school and the first students were housed in the then British House of Representatives as they awaited the completion of the school.
Initially, it was a white-only school where teachers and students were white and all cleaning work was done by the residents under them. The railway passes right in front of the school, making it much easier for the boys to be selected or removed from the school.
After Kenya gained its independence in 1963, black and Asian students began to be accepted into the school. It was renamed Lenana School in 1969 after the leader contacted the Maasai people.
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Lenana school location;
The school is located on Ngong Road in Ngando area, Riruta area, Dagoretti section of Dagoretti North district, Nairobi district, Kenya. Neighboring schools include Satellite Starehe Primary school, Satellite Starehe secondary school, Kings Pavilion Primary school, Kings Pavilion Secondary school and Heart of Mercy school secondary.
Performance of Lenana School KCSE;
The school is known for excelling at home and national examinations. They scored an average of 8.32 points in the 2018 KCSE with over 260 students earning C + and above. They had a performance index of 70.33. By 2019, they have a nomination of 317 students.
Selection of the Form one of the Lenana School;
Here, the choice of one form is often made with academic merit in relation to the KCPE exam. Students with high results and who have chosen a school as the first choice are given the most important thing. Students are also selected according to need based on the financial background of the parents.
Lenana School Contacts;
KNEC school code; 20400001
The postal address of the school; P.O. Box 30253-00100, Nairobi, Kenya.
Phone / mobile number; 0722977795.
Email address; email@example.com
Website; www, lenaschool.com