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Statehouse Girls High School’s KCSE Results, KNEC Code, Admissions, Location, Contacts, Fees, Students’ Uniform, History, Directions and KCSE Overall School Grade Count Summary

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State House girls high

Statehouse Girls High School is a Girls’ only Secondary School, located in Westlands near Nairobi Town, Westlands Constituency in Nairobi County; within the Nairobi Region of Kenya. Get to know the school’s KCSE Results, KNEC Code, contacts, Admissions, physical location, directions, history, Form one selection criteria, School Fees and Uniforms. Also find a beautiful collation of images from the school’s scenery; including structures, signage, students, teachers and many more.

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STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH 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.

STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S KCSE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS/ GRADES COUNT

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.

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STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH 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: Statehouse Girls High School 
  • Physical contact; State House Road Nairobi Kenya
  • SCHOOL’S TYPE: Girls’ only boarding school
  • SCHOOL’S CATEGORY: Extra County school.
  • SCHOOL’S LEVEL: Secondary
  • SCHOOL’S KNEC CODE: 20406002
  • SCHOOL’S OWNERSHIP STATUS: Public/ Government owned
  • SCHOOL’S PHONE CONTACT: 0724112944
  • SCHOOL’S POSTAL ADDRESS:  P.O. Box 30252 – 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
  • SCHOOL’S EMAIL ADDRESS: statehousegirls@gmail.com
  • SCHOOL’S WEBSITE: http://statehousegirls.ac.ke
  • Face book; statehousegirls
  • Twitter @statehousegirls
STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S BRIEF HISTORY

The site on which State House Girls’ High school stands was once a European hospital. The building of the hospital consisted of the present main administration block. The sisters’ mess was the present teacher’s houses, which are adjacent to the main gate to State House.

To make room for a school in January 1954 the hospital was moved to become the present day Nairobi hospital. The school was then started and was called the New Girls’ Secondary School. What was left of the hospital acted as a European Dispensary and for some time the school and the dispensary existed side by side.

At the end of 1955 the school was split into two, New Girls’ Secondary School and Highland school in Eldoret (now called Moi Girls’ School). The whole student body together with the headmistress and some equipment moved to Eldoret.

From 1956, the new student body consisting of boys’ and girls’ was started. The school was renamed to Delamere High School – Delamere was one of most striking European Settlers in Kenya. The school continued catering for boys’ and girls’ education for about two years when in 1958, the boys moved to a new school which was called Delamere Boys’ School (now called Upper Hill High School).


For about 10 years the school was known as Delamere Girls’ School. In 1967, it assumed the name State House Road Girls’ High School which later changed to the present name State House Girls High School omitting the word “Road”.

Earlier on, in 1961 the school’s administration had come under a Board of Governors. In 1973, the school was taken over by the Kenyan Government thus becoming a fully maintained government school.

From its foundation up to the early sixties the school remained exclusively for European girls. With the approaching independence the school opened its doors to other races both in the student composition and the teaching staff.

The first two Asian Girls were admitted in form one in 1962. These were Parviz Shirin Manji (1/1/1962) and Gwaderi Shamshad (15/1/1962). Unfortunately, Parviz died one year later in late September 1963 at H.H.Aga Khan Platinum Jubilee Hospital medical ward bed number:14 from heart hemorrhage while Gwaderi cleared her O – level and went to England.

The first African girls were admitted in 1964. These were Jessica Ngoya(Jan 1964) whose father Mr. H.W. Ngoya was Webuye division educational officer and Wamaitha Margaret Philomena (September 1964). Jessica went on to become the school’s first African prefect (1965) and eventually the first African head girl of the school in June 1966. Jessica Ngoya went on to become a lecturer at the University of Addis Ababa.

The first Chinese girl was admitted in 2011. Tian Ao Zhong (22/2/2011) is from Boye Middle School, Boye County, Boarding city, Hebei province in China. The first Asian teacher came in 1966 and shortly but progressively more and more Asian and African girls joined as more Europeans left Kenya after independence.

The first African headmistress was Mrs. M. W. Maina who replaced Miss McDonald. The school has and is still open to all races in Kenya and nationalities.

Apart from human development there has been a spectacular development in physical amenities. The school has expanded, adapted and improved.

In 1983-84 through the sponsorship of His Excellency the former and 2nd President of Kenya His Excellency Hon. Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi and his spirit of Harambee the first boarding block was built where in 1985 the first 360 borders moved in. A new boarding block was added in 2004 to mark the Golden Jubilee of the school.

The school has an excellent swimming pool built in the late sixties and was first opened on Wednesday 24, July , 1968, school hall and kitchen opened in 1964 by Miss Margaret Kenyatta; the daughter to the first president of Kenya, laboratories for sciences, home science and computers.

The school also has a modern library built in 2004. Currently, the school is six  streamed but because of the rising number of girls seeking to pursue their secondary education here, the school is in the process of expanding to a seven streamed school.

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STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S VISION

The Vision of State House Girls’ High School is: “To be a Class ‘A’ Rated School”

The Vision Statement illuminates the future and by so doing, clearly shows how the school will change and become different from and better than what it is today.

STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S MISSION

The mission of State House Girls High School is to excel in the provision of quality education services using an integrated student centered and holistic structure in partnership with key stakeholders and the local community. The educational standards are premised on accountability, Dependability and Excellency.

STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S MOTTO

Strive To Excell.

STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S CORE VALUES

The core values statements of the school are:

  • Professionalism;
  • Commitment;
  • Integrity;
  • Fairness;
  • Moral uprightness;
  • Teamwork

 Professionalism:  To undertake all educational tasks against the maxims and cannons of the teaching profession.

Commitment: To undertake all educational programmes with a willingness to continuously invest the requisite energy and time thus effectively engender competitiveness and professionalism.

 Integrity:  To undertake all educational programmes wholesomely guided by the principles and cannons of the teaching profession.

 Fairness: This refers to concern and consistency as well as being responsible, organized and knowledgeable in as far as the educational enterprise is concerned.  Included in this definition is the use of a well-conceived framework to guide work performance as opposed to the use of an arbitrary approach.

Moral Uprightness: As a teacher in the school, to model both professional and social behaviour that is considered acceptable and right by most people and desist from indulging in any behaviour that will tarnish personal and school reputation and image.


STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S ANTHEM

State House we are standing firmly like a rock

Forward we are moving on in strength

Education searching for our future

Strive to excel/winners ALL IN ALL…..

Problems we shall face them

With Strength in God, strong to serve and strong to excel

State House Girls we must excel

WINNERS……………. State House we are………….

Future we must face with …………. Education stand

We must accomplish our call to win……………….…

We must dedicate our hearts to God

Who makes accomplish our dreams………………..…

Mountains must be moved all ahead of us………….

Strong to serve and strong to excel we must face our future ahead

WINNERS………….……..State House we are…………..

STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH 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.

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STATEHOUSE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL’S PHOTO GALLERY

Planning to pay the school a visit? Below are some of the lovely scenes you will experience.

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