Learning without thought is a labor lost, thought without learning is perilous. – Confucius1
Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it. —Marian Wright Edelman
Learning is not attained by chance; it must be sought for with ardour and diligence. —John F. Kennedy
Nairobi School (Formely Prince of Wales) is a premier national school located in Nairobi. It is one of Kenya's 112 national schools and also one of the 18 prestigious Cluster III secondary schools. The school built on its core values of hardwork and diligence churns out men strong in character to bring change not only in Kenya but globally. A dream for many, we shape students not only academically but also in character.
Our school prides itself in posting great national exams results yearly.
We invest greatly in the well being of our students.Not only mentally but also spiritually, academically and physically.
School libraries are the foundations of our culture – not luxuries.
I attended Nairobi school nearly a decade ago and have only great things to say about my experience. The teachers are amazing, the curriculum is second to none and each child is treated with care.
Great school.My kids are very happy to be at this school. Teachers are very helpful and are always available to giude the boys not just academically . This school basically our son's second home.
My son, like all children, was born with a “love of learning”. As he started progressing in the school district, he became bored, complacent, and restless. His “love of learning” quickly deteriorated and began to manifest as behavioral issues that included acting out and apathy toward learning.
The answer was simple. I found a school that challenged him enough to feed his “love of learning”, acknowledge his individuality, and guide him to “do the right thing”.
I found this in Nairobi School.