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Ngara Girls High School
Ngara Girls High School

Ngara Girls High School is a Girls’ only Secondary School, located near nairobi Town, Starehe Constituency in Nairobi County; in Kenya. Get to know Ngara Girls Highschool’s physical location, directions, contacts, history, Form one selection criteria and analysis of its performance in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exams. Get to see a beautiful collation of images from the school’s scenery; including structures, signage, students, teachers and many more.

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SCHOOL’S KCSE RESULTS

Individual candidates can check their KCSE results by sending an SMS with their full index number (11digits) followed by the word KCSE. The SMS can be sent from any subscriber’s line (Safaricom, Airtel or any other) to 20076. For example, send the SMS in the format 23467847002KCSE to 20076. There should be no space left between the index number and the word KCSE.

One can also download the whole school’s KCSE results by Visiting the Official KNEC exams portal; https://www.knec-portal.ac.ke/.  This one requires the school’s log in credentials.

Finally, candidates can visit the school for their results. This is usually a day after the results have been released. It is important that you check your result slip to ensure there are no errors on it. Be keen to see that details such as your name, index number and sex are accurate. In case of any discrepancy, please notify your principal or KNEC immediately for correction.

SCHOOL’S PHYSICAL LOCATION

Ngara Girls High School is a Girls’ only Secondary School, located near nairobi Town, Starehe Constituency in Nairobi County; in Kenya.

SCHOOL’S BASIC INFO & CONTACTS AT A GLANCE

In need of more information about the school? Worry not. Use any of the contacts below for inquiries and/ or clarifications. Here is a collation of the school’s basic details:

  • SCHOOL’S NAME: Ngara Girls High School
  • SCHOOL’S TYPE: Girls’ only Secondary School
  • SCHOOL’S CATEGORY: Extra County school.
  • SCHOOL’S LEVEL: Secondary
  • SCHOOL’S KNEC CODE: 20403004
  • SCHOOL’S OWNERSHIP STATUS: Public/ Government owned
  • SCHOOL’S PHONE CONTACT: 0723 300 505/   0733 243 923
  • SCHOOL’S POSTAL ADDRESS: P.O Box 31624 – 00600 nairobi, Kenya
  • SCHOOL’S EMAIL ADDRESS: ngaragirlshigh@gmail.com   /   info@ngaragirls.org
  • SCHOOL’S WEBSITE: www.ngaragirls.org

SCHOOL’S BRIEF HISTORY

gara Girls’ High School started as an Asian mixed secondary school during the colonial era in 1957. The first head of the school was Mr. Waller. Five years later, in 1962, the boys were moved to Nairobi South ‘B’ where they started the present day Highway Secondary School. The following year, 1963, which was Kenya’s year of independence, the school, being a girls’ day school, received its first lady headmistress, Mrs. Serah Joseph who served the school for only one year. She was replaced by Mrs. Reina D’Souza in 1964. It was this year when the Ominde Commission abolished the system of education in Kenyan schools based on racial lines. Ngara Girls’ High School was now open to all races. However, the school still remained under the management of Asian heads up to 1987 when Mrs. Ottaro (the first African headmistress of the school) took over from Mrs. Vimala Chaudry, the longest serving head of the school (1968-87)

For a long time, efforts were made to turn the school from a day school to a boarding school. The project took root in 1986 when classrooms that used to be for ‘A’ level tuition were renovated to make dormitories for Form Four girls. This was done after the Kenyan government had adopted the recommendations of the McKay Commission which did away with the 7-4-2-3 Educational System and adopted the present 8-4-4 system. At this time, Mrs. Macharia was the principal of the school. One factor that made it easy to turn Form Fours into boarders was because the previous principal, Mrs. Ottaro had organized for the school canteen to be renovated into a kitchen which was already serving hot lunches for the students.

Under Mrs. Macharia, parents, students and teachers embarked on various activities to raise funds to put up more boarding facilities for the students. This was done through harambee contributions, sale of raffle tickets, walks and even variety shows.

In 1996, the Community Development Trust Fund (CDTF) gave a grant and together with the parents’ contribution and money raised by the students from walks, sale of raffle tickets and variety shows, a new hostel complex was started. The phase one part of the hostel complex had two floors which managed to accommodate 372 girls after completion. These were Form 3 and 4 students. The 348 day scholars continued to waste a lot of time commuting to and from their homes. The matatu menace continued to interfere with their discipline and therefore academic performance. The boarders were also getting a lot of influence from outside through the day scholars. There was therefore one urgent need; to have all the students in the hostel so that we could concentrate on only one agenda which was to uplift the academic standards of the school. This was one of the tasks which Mrs. Josephine Mwandoe who became the new principal of the school in 2000 took in her stride.

Mrs. Mwandoe wasted no time and organized for a harambee which was held on 8th September 2001. The money collected helped to complete the two top floors of the hostel complex and 180 girls were accommodated in it leaving 168 girls out as day scholars. This was not enough. The school community wanted all the girls in the hostel.  New challenges also came up for example, the security of the students and frequent blackouts. Therefore, as parents continued digging deeper into their pockets to raise funds to put up a new hostel block, they also had to try and raise funds for the construction of a  perimeter wall round the school and for the purchase of a generator.

The new hostel block was constructed and completed in 2004. It accommodated the rest of the students who had been locked out of boarding. Ngara Girls’ High School therefore, became a full boarding school. A stone wall was constructed round the school and Securicor Company (the present day Group 4 Security) was approached to install a security alarm system in the school. The school is now under 24 hour surveillance by the company. To curb the problem of frequent blackouts, parents contributed money and a generator was bought, which goes on automatically whenever there is a blackout.

The school has a clinic which is run by a full time school nurse. This clinic is an important facility in the school because it deals with the health of the students, both mentally and physically. The clinic is fully equipped with adequate drugs and other medical tools.

The school can also boast of a computer laboratory which was opened in May 2007. This is a great inspiration to the students. The ones taking the computer lessons enjoy them very much.

Mrs Munyasya came on board in January 2009 and under her able leadership the school’s infrastructure has been renovated and both the students and staff are enjoying the change that has come. Higher academics standards have started taking root.

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SCHOOL’S VISION

To be one of the best performing schools nationally

SCHOOL’S MISSION

To Produce An All Round Student; Academically, Discipline wise and Spiritually.

SCHOOL’S MOTTO

Honore Et Labore (Honor and Effot)

SCHOOL’S FORM ONE SELECTION CRITERIA & ADMISSIONS

Being a public school, form one admissions are done by the Ministry of Education. Vacancies are available on competitive basis. Those seeking admissions can though directly contact the school or pay a visit for further guidelines.

You have been selected to join form one at high school? Well. Congratulations. In case you need to see your admission letter, then click on this link to download it; Official Form one admission letter download portal.

SCHOOL’S KCSE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS

The school has maintained a good run in performance at the Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, exams. In the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exams the school posted good results to rank among the best schools in the County. This is how and where you can receive the KCSE results.

NGARA GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL, NAIROBI.

SUMMARY OF SCHOOL MEAN GRADES,2008-2012

MEAN A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E TOTAL
SUMMARY 2008 7.302 0 3 14 25 47 44 28 20 6 2 0 0 189
SUMMARY 2009 7.398 0 2 20 19 52 45 36 8 6 3 0 0 191
SUMMARY 2010 7.592 0 6 25 31 38 44 26 8 8 5 0 0 191
SUMMARY 2011 7.623 0 5 17 41 47 37 30 12 7 5 0 0 201
SUMMARY 2012 7.8683 0 5 28 46 46 39 23 14 3 1 0 0 205
SUMMARY 2013 7.689 1 3 17 40 36 37 23 12 4 0 0 1 174
 SUMMARY 2014
7.8671 0 3 22 35 48 30 24 11 0 0 0 0 173
IMPROVEMENT 0.2449

2014 K.C.S.E RESULTS SUMMARY

K.C.S.E

 

 

 2014

GRADE A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E TOTAL
POINTS 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 78
ENTRIES 0 3 28 35 48 30 24 11 0 0 0 0 173
AGGREGATE POINTS 0 33 220 315 384 210 144 55 0 0 0 0 1361
SCHOOL MEAN
= 1361/173
= 7.867

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SCHOOL’S PHOTO GALLERY

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Ngara Girls High School
Ngara Girls High School

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