Best Performing Nakuru Schools in 2022

The following are the best-performing secondary schools in Nakuru county.

Nakuru Boys High School

Students in a session at Nakuru Boys High School.

Nakuru Boys High School is an all-boys high school in Nakuru, Kenya. It is among the 17 traditional national schools of Kenya, that have been in existence for more than 30 years.

In 2022, Nakuru Boys High School was 3rd in the country and 1st in Nakuru with a mean score of 10.42 (B+).

Moi High School Kabarak

Moi High School Kabarak, Nakuru.

Moi High School-Kabarak is a private mixed-boarding school started in 1979 to offer secondary education to Kenyan students. It was founded by Kenya’s second president, Daniel Arap Moi. The school is located 20 km from Nakuru City, Kenya.

In 2022, Moi High School Kabarak was 18th in the country and 2nd in Nakuru with a mean score of 10.13 (B+).

St. Clare Girls Secondary Elburgon

A section of St. Clare Girls’ Secondary School, Elburgon.

St. Clare Girls’ is a Private School owned and managed by the Little Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi.
It is purely a Catholic-run school but admits students of the Christian faith who are ready to accept to follow the Catholic tradition of the school. St. Clare Girls’ Secondary School is a three-stream Boarding School with a maximum capacity of 540 students. It is located on the outskirts of Elburgon Town, 46 Kilometers from Nakuru town and 8 Kilometers from Molo Town.

In 2022, St Clare Girls’ Secondary was 70th in the country and 3rd in Nakuru with a mean score of 9.1 (B).

Utumishi Boys Academy

Utumishi Boys Academy, Gilgil.

Utumishi Boys Academy is among the traditional National Schools in Kenya. It is a Boys’ school founded in 1993 by the Kenya Police Force to provide quality high school education to young Kenyans from all over the country. Utumishi Boys Academy is a Public school located at Gilgil in Nakuru county, Rift Valley region.

In 2022, Utumishi Boys Academy was 178th in the country and 4th in Nakuru with a mean score of 7.894 (B-).

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