Junior (Secondary) School

The Junior School phase covers grades 7 to 8 and is part of a 12-year basic education cycle. The CBC curriculum focuses on a broad range of subjects, including languages, mathematics, sciences, social studies, and vocational subjects, aiming to equip students with essential skills for both academic and practical aspects of life. The CBC emphasizes continuous assessment over exams, encouraging a more comprehensive evaluation of students' progress. The intention is to nurture critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving abilities in students, fostering a well-rounded education that prepares them for higher education or the workforce

What they learn

Core Subjects

English, Kiswahili, Mathematics, and Science and Technology. These subjects form the foundational knowledge base and help develop essential academic skills

Social Studies

This component aims to provide Learners with a broader understanding of their society, culture, and the world around them

Life Skills

Students learn practical skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and decision-making

Vocational Subjects

Junior School provides hands-on experiences and exposure to potential career paths, contributing to a more holistic and practical education

Admission Requirements

  • Child must have successfully completed the primary level and passed grade 6 national exam
  • Must provide a Copy of Birth Certificate on admission
  • Junior School Uniforms
  • Other requirements as stipulated on the admission form