Eldoret, the capital of Uasin Gishu County is one of the towns you will find the best learning institutions in the country.
The town has both local and international schools that register good results during national examinations.
Below is a list of four most decorated international school found n the town;
Gulab Lochab Academy is a modern international school that provides high-quality education at affordable cost. It boasts of outstanding modern learning facilities, highly qualified teaching and subordinate staff that contributes to the achievement of the institution’s mission and goal. Established in 1994, the school has grown in leaps and bounds to become one of the leading learning institutions in Kenya. It is located along Uganda road in Eldoret town and has a conducive learning atmosphere which contributes to our academic excellence.
Bridge partners with governments, communities, teachers and families to deliver great schools and high-quality affordable education to underserved families and children. The institution believes every child has the right to a high-quality education and currently serve more than 100,000 pupils in more than 520 nursery and primary schools across Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Liberia and India. Bridge International Academy has several branches in Eldoret and its environs and targets children from a humble background.
The Aga Khan Nursery School
Aga Khan Nursery School, Eldoret (AKNSE) is situated along Uganda Road in the outskirts of Eldoret town, next to West Indies. The history of the school dates back to early 1950s when the early education services commenced. The school caters for children between the ages of 2-6 by providing 21st-century teaching and learning experiences.
SOS Children’s Village
SOS admits children from the region who can no longer live with their parents. 15 SOS families can provide a loving home for up to 120 children. In each family, the children live with their brothers and sisters, affectionately cared for by their SOS mother. The children attend the SOS Kindergarten together with children from the neighbourhood. This ensures that children from SOS families make friends and are integrated into the local community from a young age. The children then go on to complete their primary and secondary education at the SOS Hermann Gmeiner School in Eldoret.
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