Hill Secondary School Eldoret

Brief History

The secondary section, which is a girls’ boarding school was started in the year 1986 after a directive of the then President of the Republic of Kenya, His Excellency Daniel T. Arap Moi. Initially, the school was mixed but the boys were phased out in 1995 due to lack of boarding facilities. The student population stands at 487 with an average annual growth rate of about 4% … due to facility constraints.

The school has a swimming pool which has been one the great hallmarks of the school and is an asset that has set the school a notch above other public schools in the region and in the country. The institution is strategically placed to host a number of activities. It hosts SMASSE training and is also used by the Kenya National Examination Council as a marking centre.

The teacher population in the school stands at 31 and 45 for primary and secondary sections respectively. That of the support staff stands at 41 in primary and 23 in secondary section.

The school has been able to undertake several initiatives including putting up classrooms, dormitories, laboratories, administration block, staff housing, playing fields, dairy unit, and a vegetable garden.


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.


Website: http://www.hillschool.ac.ke

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