The Mount Kenya Academy Alumni recently gathered to celebrate the school’s momentous 40th anniversary. The delightful cocktail celebration served as a joyous reunion for former students, teachers, principals, and even the school’s founder. It was an evening filled with laughter, heartfelt conversations, and an opportunity to relive cherished memories. The event also highlighted the importance of alumni involvement in the future development and marketing of the academy. A chairperson was elected to foster communication and collaboration between the alumni and school administration, ensuring a collective effort towards enhancing Mt Kenya Academy’s reputation and influence. The alumni, through their achievements and ongoing success stories, continue to contribute to the promotion and advancement of the school, making it a beacon of excellence in education for generations to come.
At Mount Kenya Academy, the development and excellence of every learner is a top priority. In order to achieve this, the school has designed programs that help learners discover their true potential, embrace important values, and understand their role in society and globally. One such program that has proven to be a success is the […]
News Roundup: MKA’s Exchange Program with Westminster Schools, Academic and Co-curricular Updates, and Celebrating Cultural Diversity Mount Kenya Academy has a yearly exchange program with Westminster Schools in Atlanta, Georgia-USA. The program provides an interactive opportunity for both groups to engage in collaborative learning. We welcomed the team of three teachers and eight students. In […]
Mount Kenya Academy recently donated 250,000 Kenyan shillings and various food items to the County Government of Nyeri to help families facing starvation in the county.
The main theme for this year’s International Literacy Day was ‘Transforming Literacy Learning Spaces and was an opportunity to rethink the fundamental importance of literacy learning spaces to build resilience and ensure quality, equitable, and inclusive education for all
Our students share their experience at Mount Kenya Academy. They talk about the academic, extra-curricular and every other bit that make this school their school of choice.
On May 30th 2022, we had the honor of hosting the Kenya International Cello Festival. We had the privilege of learning from and playing along with world-reknown cellists like Robert Howard and Rebecca Merblum.
It was an exciting moment for the cellists in our school and their teachers as they put their abilities and training to practice.
The Kenya International Cello Festival, May 30th 2022 Mount Kenya Academy was excited to host the Kenya International Cello Festival on May 30, 2022. The Festival brought together cellists from the Unites States of America to collaborate and perform throughout Kenya in May 2022. The Kenya International Cello Festival is a cultural and […]
WITHOUT REGRET: My Journey from 8-4-4 to IGCSE Mount Kenya Academy only admitted students to the IGCSE curriculum in Year 9 until recently when doors opened to younger scholars in Year 7 and Year 8. This development couldn’t have come at a better time for me. I was in 8-4-4 and working hard to score […]
MY BATIAN’S VIEW EXPERIENCE Batian’s View Experiential Center is an amazing place to be when you are not loaded with the burden of books. At Batian’s, there are a series of obstacles and challenges. All my life I have always had the strange urge to do risky things. There is something about adrenaline that makes […]