The Board of Trustees takes this opportunity to congratulate 2022 candidates, the Immanuels, for outstanding performance in the just released KCSE. This outstanding performance is in line with the core mandate of the founding of this great institution.
Moi High School – Kabarak was established in 1979, by the Second President of the Republic of Kenya, H.E. Daniel Toroitich arap Moi as a co-educational institution and mandated to provide competitive educational services to boys and girls from all over the country so that it could implement the National Secondary School Curriculum in a co-educational National Private School set-up on Christian principles and professional benchmarks.
The mission of the school is to provide holistic educational services in a learner-centered and co-educational Christian set-up guided by the values of commitment, fairness and integrity. In fulfilling this, the school has remained accountable to the maxim of excellence in all its educational undertakings. As the Board of Trustees, our work has been clearly defined for us in tandem with the Founder’s vision: an institution that not only brings up a child who is academically endowed but also morally and spiritually upright. An individual capable of navigating the challenges posed by the evolving world. All the stakeholders: the Board of Trustees, the School Administration, the staff, parents and guardians and the students, alumni, alumnae and friends of Moi High School – Kabarak, are urged to team up and work together to keep the school in its rightful place.
Once more, we convey our congratulations to last year’s candidates, the Immanuels, for their excellent performance. We challenge this year’s candidates, the Jonathans, to put more wind into their sail and aim for a 100% transition to the university.