The school is located in Nairobi County. It registered a mean score of 9.4313 in the just released 2020 KCSE results. The school happened to emerge among the best in the county.
The school had a candidature of 262 in the year 2020, and 250 of them managed to score the minimum University entry grade of C+ (Plus) and above. This number translates to 95.42% pass rate
From the previous year, the school registered a positive deviation of 0.5215 compared with this year’s results.
- In February/March of every year Class 8 candidates register with the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) for their KCPE examination and select their secondary schools of choice. The candidate MUST select Starehe Boys’ Centre and School (Code No. 400004) as his official first choice of National Secondary School.
- Application Form. The candidate MUST fill in the application for admission using the Yellow Form. This form is given free of charge by Starehe Boys’ Centre and School . The form can be collected from the Centre at the main office during working hours or downloaded from the school website www.stareheboyscentre.ac.ke. If the applicant is too far from Nairobi or lacks internet access, please give us your details and we shall send the form to you
- The yellow form contains guidelines on information needed for both categories of admission to the centre (fee paying or sponsored). The Yellow Form is confidential and all information in it is treated as such.
School Address and Contact
General Waruinge Street,
P.O Box 30178 -00100, GPO,
+254 777 761 213-7
+254 727 531 001