Strathmore School is a private, independent, boys’ day school located in Nairobi, Kenya that follows the 8-4-4 curriculum.
Strathmore was started as a Six
The principal goal of the School is to develop the conscience and train the minds of its students so that they may usefully serve society. Above all, the School emphasizes academic excellence and moral integrity. The School brings together students of unusual promise and experienced teachers to form a community which is conducive to learning.
Through daily close contact with the students, in the class-room, in extra-curricular activities and on the sports fields, the School staff, by example and precept, strives to teach the essence of goodness, honesty, responsibility, tolerance, hard work, humility and sincerity. The School aims to provide an education based on Christian principles.
Students are prepared for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (K.C.P.E.) and the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E.) national examinations at the end of primary and secondary courses respectively.
The School is well-equipped to meet all the modern requirements of a balanced education. It has regularly ranked among the top ten schools in the country in public examinations, and has consistently placed a high percentage of its students in institutions of higher education.
A system of Continual Assessment Testing in all subjects allows staff and parents to keep a close eye on each boy's academic progress. Parents are sent a total of six reports during the year, at mid-term and the end of each term.