Hill School Primary, Eldoret started in early 1930s as a primary school and was established in the current site in 1951 to cater mainly for the children of the civil servants of the colonial government of East Africa. When Kenya gained her independence in 1963, the school was gradually occupied by Africans. The school stands on an expansive 88 acres.
The school is a unique complex public school that has Pre-School, Primary, and Secondary components administered by one person, the school Principal. It is situated in Uasin Gishu County, Wareng District. The institution is located along the Eldoret-Kapsabet/Kisumu Road, 2.5km from Eldoret town centre.
The primary school is categorised as a public mixed day and boarding school. Given the cosmopolitan nature of the catchment area, the pupil population is quite diverse culturally and socially with pupils from as far as The Republic of Tanzania. The primary population currently stands at 941 pupils (refer to table 2). The Early Childhood Development Centre started in the year 2001 and grown over the ten years of existence and currently has a total of 80 pupils.
To become a leading and most preferred learners’ school in the provision of excellent and holistic education.
To offer quality, and holistic education in a conducive environment that motivates the learners to reach their full potential to be productive members of the society and contribute to the betterment of humanity.