This is a high school for boys boarding at Westlands Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya. It was founded in 1902 by British settlers who made Nairobi their home after the construction of the Uganda Railway. Lord Delamare and Sir Edward Grigg further divided the European School of Nairobi into the School of Boys (Prince of Wales School), the School for Girls (Kenya High School) and the Primary School (Nairobi Primary School) in 1925.
School motto; Until the end.
School vision; To become a world-class center for good, spiritual and moral learning.
The purpose of the school; To provide quality education through innovation, positive influence, collaboration and self-discipline guided by the principles of performance, commitment and efficiency.
Prominent nominees include Geoffrey Griffin, former founder of the Starehe Boys Center, Shakeel Shabbir, former Kisumu MP and Member of Parliament, Musalia Mudavadi, Politician and former Vice President (2002), Paul Otuoma, Politician and Member of Parliament, Kopp.
Nairobi School Location;
The school is located near the city of Nairobi in the Westlands region, in Nairobi, Kenya. In 1931, a new school was built on 250 hectares in Kabete and was later renamed the ‘Prince of Wales School’. The school was renamed the Lenana school in 1965 after Kenya gained independence. This school is often referred to as the ‘Patch.’
Operations of the Nairobi School KCSE;
The school is known for excelling at home and national examinations. The school was ranked 19th nationally in the 2017 KCSE with 64.31 points.
Selection of First Form for Nairobi 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.
Nairobi School Contacts;
KNEC school code; 20400002.
The postal address of the school; P.O. Box 30047- 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.
Phone / mobile number; 020 4442799 or 0740547354 or 0741946507.
Email address; [email protected]
Website; www.Nairobi school.ac.ke