Our History

In the interest of ensuring our students are well fit for the industry we have categorized our courses into various levels. This is in order to ensure our students get gradual learning and understanding in software development and engineering. The levers include; Basic, Standard, Advanced, Digital Media and Diploma in Software development

Some of the skills we offer are:


The school

Naivasha girls is a Provincial school standing on 17.62 Hectares. It is double streamed with 412 students twenty three (26) teachers and twenty two members of the Non teaching staff. The school originally started in 1961 as a primary school for white children only, then known as Hill school. It had classes from standard one to six. In December 1964, the school closed down when the whites left and was re-opened in 1966 as a mixed day single stream secondary school. In 1968, parents saw the need to have boarding facilities and made it a boarding school the same year.

History

In 1975, the school became a single Girls boarding secondary school. The boy students were transferred to Koelel High school in Gilgil swapping with the girls in the same school. Four years later, the school became double streamed and an ‘A’ level arts class was started. The School has grown over the years. The current population is 1,000 ( 0ne thousand) students. Naivasha Girls has a national outlook because the selection of students who join form one come from all parts of the country. It is one of the best performing schools in Nakuru County.

Our performance.

The school maintained high level of academic performance over the years, with a pass rate of over 90% . Below is a summary of KCSE Results of the last five years:-
Year Entry A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E M.S M.G
2011 108 13 28 21 30 14 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 9.908 B+
2012 106 6 16 27 30 17 7 2 1 0 0 0 0 9.555 B+
2013 142 11 25 34 26 29 11 6 0 0 0 0 0 9.514 B+
2014 148 12 37 35 25 13 19 3 3 1 0 0 0 9.6 B+
2015 188 5 32 51 50 23 17 6 3 1 0 0 0 9.4 B+
Last year, the school produced two students with A plain of 84 points which was among the best in the Country; out of 188 students who sat for the exam, 178 will make it to university, a pass rate of 95%.