Moi High School, Kabarak
Moi High School, Kabarak details
School Name: Moi High School, Kabarak
Address: Nakuru-Eldama Ravine Road, P.O. BOX 10, Kabarak 20157
Phone Number 1: 051-343447
Phone Number 2:
School Category: Private Secondary Schools
About Moi High School, Kabarak
The school is situated 20 km from Nakuru town and it is 20 minutes drive on the Nakuru - Eldama Ravine Road. It lies on a 1080 acre farm with a serene atmosphere conducive for academic work. started in 1979 from a humble beginning, Moi High School Kabarak has grown to an ultra-modern academic institution with magnificent chapel for morning devotion and sunday service. It has well stocked modern library, fully equipped laboratories, secure and separate well furnished boarding facilities for boys and girls, ultra-modern kitchen, spacious dining hall. The school provides full school uniform, tect books and stationery, school transport for educational trips and excursions.
Moi High School, Kabarak alumni and students
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- Rober Wandu(Class of 2014)
Best school. Highly recommended.
- Mutia Gitau(Class of 2012)
- Philip Charo(Class of 1989)
Wonderful school. currently working for NIC Bank
- Lucy Chemutai Kirui(Class of 2005)
I Am Studying Intensive Care Nursing Currently At Mthrh. Am Proud Of This Great Shool Kabarak For The Good Morals It Taught Me And For Preparing A Great Future For Me.I Love You Kabarak. God Bless This Great Institution.On Earth We Rise!
- Harry Kimutai Suter(Class of 1992)
It would be a good idea to know and unite with my former pals in high school and even chat with them.God Bless all and MHS-K in particular.
- Mercy Koskei(Class of 2006)
Just completed my Diploma in Law at the Kenya School of Law currently doing my Internship in the firm of Wetangula Adan Makokha & Co. Advocates. Thanks to all the teachers who molded me to whom i am today and to all my friends who made my stay at Kabarak worth remembering.
- Bett C Daisy(Class of 2012)
Am pursuing a bachelors degree in hospitality and tourism management in Kenyatta university.I highly appreciate the coaching and moulding kabarak gave me as an individual.
- Amy Chebet Kipingor(Class of 2012)
It is a wonderful institution that grooms the youth to become upstanding members of society.I owe any future success I may have to this great school.
- Kimoso Kenneth(Class of 2007)
- Godfrey Kiptoo Kirui(Class of 2009)
Am still studying
- Ken Kibet(Class of 2009)
Great pleasure to study there.
- Linda Aoko(Class of 2007)
Currently at the university of Nairobi taking a bachelors degree in commerce.
- Cynthia Cecillia Chepkemboi Chemweno(Class of 2013)
The school is simply amazing.
- Ayongah .O. Edgar(Class of 2011)
I love the school as it made me learn a lot and meet people I won't forget.
- Rose Chemutai(Class of 2007)
Studying forensic science-toxicology.
- Geoffrey Kiptoo(Class of 2003)
- Kenneth Wangai Mureithi(Class of 2006)
Kabarak is an institution like no other. It was like my second family and i surely miss it. It is one of a kind and I appreciate and am proud to be associated with it. God bless Kabarak. I am currently in USIU and graduating this year.
- Festus Kiprop Kipngok(Class of 2006)
It was fun being in this big institution.
- Brian Kigen(Class of 2007)
- Aziz Omar(Class of 2011)
Applying for form one of the year 2011.
- Rotich Daniel Kipkoros(Class of 2011)
Kabarak is actually an exellent school where high quality education is offered and good christian morals taught.
- Jepkorir Tarus(Class of 2001)
Currently I work in Athi River as a graduate trainee and stay in Nairobi. I graduated from Moi University in 2008. I love this school so much!!!
- Abishack Boiywo(Class of 1996)
- John Njogu Karugia(Class of 1981)
Head of Finance
- Mellany Rombosia(Class of 2012)
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