5. Mang’u High School
policy rotates around hard work in the conformity with the school motto of “jishinde ushinde” a call for self conquest and self discipline. In 2007, Mang’u regained its original position once again by leading the whole country in High School performance. Mang’u High School was the first to introduce aviation as an examinable subject in the country.
Mang’u High School has produced among the most prominent people in the country among them His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Kenya, Mwai Kibaki, among others. Mang’u High School has consistently maintained itself as an excelling school.
4. Starehe Boys’ Centre and School
is a partial board, boys – only educational boarding school located in Nairobi Kenya.
is unique for a Kenyan independent school in that it educates a large proportion of its students free, and most at a reduced rate. This stems from its founding charter as a charitable school. School fees are paid on a means-tested basis, with substantial subsidies paid by the school so that students from all walks of life are able to have a comprehensive, high quality, public school education that would otherwise be beyond the means of their parents or guardians as it may be.