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Nyang’ori High School

Nyang’ori High School is a Kenyan boys’ secondary school located in the Vihiga DistrictWestern Province – along the Kisumu Kakamega Highway (6 kilometres (3.7 miles) from Kisumu).

History and operations

The school was established in 1954 under the sponsorship of the Pentecostal Assemblies of God Church, as a teacher training college.

It had a capacity of over 900 students in 2006, and is overseen by the principal, Mr. Ibrahim Kigo.

The school does well in basketball within the region.

Academically, it is ranked among the best performers in the province, after Kamusinga.

With the school being situated in a stony and hilly place, in the dry season it has a water shortage. To counter this problem, water is bought for students. Transport is fair in the school; it has two 60-seat buses, an old version and a modern one.

The school was named the most disciplined school in the Western Province in 2007. In 2009, the school was awarded best in the province.

Address: Near Kiboswa Market, Kisumu – Vihiga Rd, Kisumu, Kenya

Phone: +254 57 62008

PrincipalMr. Ibrahim Kugo

Founded: 1967

FounderAssemblies of God

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