There are more than 100 secondary schools in Kenya. Below is a comprehensive list of top 5 best schools based on consistent remarkable performance as ranked Soft Kenya. Visit Hobeyy TV to learn more about the schools.
Situated in Kikuyu, 22 km from Nairobi CBD, Alliance High school was founded in 1926 by Alliance of Protestant Churches and the first in Kenya to offer secondary education to Africans. The school has recorded remarkable performance in KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education) for a long time including holding the top position for 25 years from 1960 to 1985.
Sterehe Boys is a partial-boarding boys-only school in Nairobi founded in 1959 by Geoffrey William Griffin, MBS, OBE, Joseph Kamiru Gikubu, and Geoffrey Gatama Geturo. The school was chartered as a charitable institution and therefore educates more than 70% of its students for free.
Located in Kikuyu, 20 km from Nairobi, Alliance Girls is a national girls boarding school established in 1948 as African Girls high school. The school has maintained good performance among the amongst girls schools in Kenya as well as overall secondary schools raking.
Moi High School Kabarak is private mixed boarding located is located 20 km from Nakuru town.The school was founded in 1979 by the former president of Kenya, Daniel Arap Moi. It has consistently been ranked the top performing schools in KCSE and the best mixed school in Kenya.
Strathmore school was founded in 1961 as the first multi-racial school. It was started as a Sixth Form College and later became s full-fledged secondary school offering education under KCSE.