Ndiaini Girls’ High School is a public sub-county girls’ boarding secondary school located in Mukurwe-ini Sub-county, Nyeri County, Kenya. It was founded in the year 1977 by the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (P.C.E.A.), being an extension of Ndiaini Primary School. It began as a mixed day harambee school admitting 38 students in its first form one class. It was officially registered on 4th July, 1981.
Ndiaini Girls’ High School has grown over the years to a double-stream school with a population of about 350 students and sufficient modern facilities. It provides holistic education and nurtures students’ talents while instilling values in them. Through this, it has taken a good number of students to universities, many to colleges and has produced many more self-reliant women of integrity.
Ndiaini Girls’ High School is currently headed by Mrs. Phyllis Muturi as the principal and Mrs. Polly Mwaura as the deputy principal. It has a professional staff of 16 teachers who are dedicated to helping students achieve their full potential.
Ndiaini Girls’ High School is located in a beautiful and serene rural environment along Mukurwe-ini – Othaya highway; about 30 minutes’ drive from Nyeri town and about 500 meters off Gakindu Town.
Knowledge is Power
School of Holistic Education with Innovative Learners
To Instill Knowledge, Skills and Values in Learners through Effective Learning and Teaching Approaches
I am determined to better myself
Through discipline and hard work
Making improvement everyday
For my better future
And my better Kenya
Yes, I can make it.
N - Nurturing
D - Discipline
I - Integrity and
A - Academics for,
I - Innovative
N - Knowledge-based
I - Involvement in Nation Building
The school operates within set core values that constitute the desired culture for all stakeholders of the school. These values include:
- Hard Work