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Established in 1961, the Aga Khan High School, Nairobi is a private co-educational, multicultural day secondary school. The school is situated in Westlands, along Waiyaki Way, just seven kilometers from Nairobi’s city centre.
The school is home to approximately 345 students and 28 teaching faculty, and offers both the KCSE and IGCSE curricula. In July 2009, the school became a fully certified center with the University of Cambridge international Examinations, and the first cohort of IGCSE students are expected to sit for IGCSE examinations in 2010.
Offering strong academic teaching on a campus with facilities that are the envy of many schools, the Aga Khan High School, Nairobi strives to impart an education that will enable students to become well-placed members of Kenyan society, who will shape Kenya for generations to come.
The school has a strong ethos based on values and spirituality. The school strives to develop students who will exhibit:
- Ethics and Morals
- Community Service
- Participation in Sports and Culture