Lenana School: Location | Admission Requirements | KCSE Results | Contacts

Lenana School: Location | Admission Requirements | KCSE Results | Contacts

Lenana School Physical Location, Performance, Admission Requirements, Postal Address, KNEC Code, Fee Structure, Bank Account, KCSE Results, And Contacts

Lenana School is a boys’ National School in Kenya located in located at Dagoretti North Constituency in Nairobi City in Kenya. In this article, I will share details of Lenana School Physical Location, KCSE Performance, Admission Requirements, Postal Address, KNEC Code, Fees charged by the school, how you can Contact the school and related information about the school.

Lenana school was started in 1949 by colonial governor Philip Euen Mitchell in 1949. By then the school was known as ‘the Duke of York School’. The first students were briefly housed at the then British colonial Governor’s House which is the current State House as they waited for the school’s completion. The founding principal/headmaster was R.H. James.

Originally the school was reserved for white students only within the racial system of colonial Kenya, but after independence in 1963 there were gradual changes that led to the first few black and Asian students being admitted in the mid 1960s.

The school was renamed Lenana School in 1969 after the legendary Laibon Lenana who was the central human figure in the Maasai religious system and ruled around the end of the 19th century through to the early 20th century. The first Kenyan headmaster (principal) of the school was Mr. James Kamunge.

The school is funded by the ministry of education and teaching the Competency Based Curriculum(CBC). This is a cluster three public national school under the Ministry of Education in Kenya and is known for posting great KCSE results over years.

Lenana School Physical Location and Direction

Lenana School is located at located at Dagoretti North Constituency in Nairobi City. The school is easily accessible from Dagoretti in Nairobi City.

Lenana School Postal Address: P.O Box 30253-00100, GPO, Nairobi, Kenya

Lenana School KNEC Code. How To Check KCSE Results

The school KNEC code for Lenana School is 20400001. You can use this school KNEC code together with index number to get the KCSE result of students. You can check KCSE results from this school by sending an SMS with your full index number (11digits) eg 20400001001 followed by the word KCSE to 20076.

Lenana School KCSE Performance

Lenana School posted a Mean Score of 8.4255 in 2022 KCSE exams from a class of 423 candidates. The school has consistently posted positive results in the previous years with higher university admission rate. Most of the candidates score mean grades of between A and C+.

Lenana School Admission Requirements

To get an admission chance to this school you need to meet the cluster requirement for national schools set by the ministry of education. To increase your chance for admission to Lenana, KCSE candidates need to have scored 400 and above marks in KCSE exams. Admission to this school is done trough the Ministry of Education. However, those seeking admissions can though directly contact the school or pay a visit for further guidelines.

Lenana School Fee Structure

Being a national school, the fee charged at this school is Ksh. 75,000. However, with the government funding, parents at Lenana School pay school fees of around Ksh. 53,000 per year. This figure may vary depending on individual school.

Lenana School Bank Account: To Be Updated

Lenana School Summary Details

Name of School: Lenana School

School Location: Nairobi

School Motto: To be Updated

School KNEC Code: 20400001

School Postal Address: P.O Box 30253-00100, GPO, Nairobi, Kenya

School Category: National School

School Cluster: Cluster 3

School Ownership: Government/Public

School Type: Boy’s Boarding School

School Website: https://www.lenanaschool.sc.ke/

School Contact: +254-0722977795/+254 708952250

School Email: info@lenanaschool.sc.ke

Some of the available extra curriculum activities available at Lenana School include; Drama Club, Debate Club, Sports Club, Scouting, Student Association, Religious Club as well as Music and Drama Club.

Geoffrey Nevine — IT Services and IT Consulting

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