Jack Oyieko started the school in January 2010 with 3 students. His vision was to provide education for youth in part of Nairobi, who could not afford to go to school. He rented two rooms in Mwiki, Kasarani, and began to teach. By the end of 2010, there were 22 students in Form One, 1 student in Form Two, and 3 teachers. The Kenyan school year starts in January and finishes late November, so new premises were sought and found in early 2011, which coped with the new student intake.
The first Form Four students sat their Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) final exams in November 2012. Government School Inspectors invigilate during these exams, and report that the school is well-disciplined and well run – a credit to the Headteacher, and his teaching staff.
Over the years various facilities have been developed – temporary classrooms to accommodate extra students, a library, computer lab, science laboratory, and a school hall. All these are limited by the available funding, but we are grateful for what we have!
The school currently has a minimum of 300 students.

old school building
Old school building
new school building
new school building