History of the School
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Kimani Ngunjiri High School is situated within Nakuru County, Nakuru North District, Bahati Location. It is located about 2 kilometres north of Nakuru district, Meroreni location. It is located about 13km East of Nakuru town behind Lanet military barracks via machine shopping centre.
Members of the community approached the CDF patron and expressed their desire to start a secondary school. They approached Ndimu Primary school management committee which agreed to demarcated 2acre piece of land. Though this is the portion of land where the school stands, the land is yet to be issued with a title deed but the process is underway.
The nearest secondary was about 3km away and parents had to take their children to public schools in town. The increasing cost of fare was becoming prohibitive leading to increased drop out before transition to secondary school.
The construction work started in 2013 under the management of Mr. Paul Thairu, the Head teacher Ndimu Primary School project management committee which led to three permanent classes and a boy’s toilet fully constructed through the funding from CDF, Bahati Constituency.
The first pioneer class of 35 students enrolled in form one on 4th Feb, 2015 under the headship of Mr. James Ndegwa the current school principal. The school is currently receiving funding from the government under the free secondary education (FSE) which has relatively eased the burden on the parents.