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ALLIANCE BOYS HIGH SCHOOL KCSE RESULTS, FEES STRUCTURE, CONTACTS, PAST PAPERS AND PORTAL

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The Alliance High School (or AHS) popularly known as “Bush”, was one of the first schools in Kenya to offer secondary school education to Africans. It was founded on 1 March 1926 by the Alliance of Protestant Churches – The Church of Scotland Mission (later known as the Presbyterian Church of East Africa or PCEA), Church of the Province of Kenya (CPK), African Inland Church (AIC), and the Methodist Church. it is neighboring school to alliance girls high school

ALLIANCE BOYS HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY

About Alliance boys High School (AHS)
Alliance High School (or AHS) popularly known as “Bush”, was the first school in Kenya to offer secondary school education to Africans. It was founded on 1 March 1926 by the Alliance of Protestant Churches – The Church of Scotland Mission (later known as the Presbyterian Church of East Africa or PCEA), Church of the Province of Kenya (CPK), African Inland Church (AIC), and the Methodist Church.
It has always been ranked within the top ten best schools in each year’s National Examinations. It was ranked first in the country from 1960-85. In 1986 it lost its top ranking for the first time in 25 years, slipping to third. It was ranked first in the country in 2005 based on the results of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education(KCSE). In 2006 its rank dropped to third. In 2009 and 2010, the school emerged top in the KCSE results posting sterling performance. In 2011, the school dropped one place to second.

ALLIANCE BOYS HIGH SCHOOL DAILY ROUTINE

A.H.S DAILY ROUTINE

4.45 AM      –    Warming Bell for Waking Up

6.00 AM     –     End of Prep

6.10 AM      –    Morning Work Starts

6.50 AM    –      End of Morning Work

6.50 AM      –    BREAKFAST

7.15 AM     –     Class Registration

7.25 AM      –    End of Registration

7.30 AM     –    Parade and Chapel

7.55 AM      –   Staff Briefs

8.10 AM      –   Warning bell for morning classes

8.20 AM      –   1st Period

9.00 AM     –    2nd Period

9.40 AM     –    3RD Period

10.20 AM   –    BREAK

10.35 AM    –   Warning Bell for 4th Lesson

10.40 AM    –   4th Period

11.20 AM    –   5TH Period

12.00 PM    –   6th Period

12.40 PM   –   LUNCH BREAK

1.50 PM      –  Warning bell for afternoon classes

2.00 PM      –   7th Period

2.40 PM      –  8th Period

3.20 PM      –  9th Period

4.00 PM      – TEA

4.20 PM      – Warning bell for games

4.25 PM     –    Start of games

5.40 PM      – End of games

6.10 PM     –    SUPPER

6.40 PM   –      Warning bell for preps

6.50 PM-9.30 PM official Preps

Form 1, 2 and   proceed to dormitories

10.10 AM    –     warning bell for lights out form 1, 2 and 3

10.15 PM    –    Final bell for lights out form 1, 2 and 3

10.30 PM    –      Silence in Dormitories

10.45 PM    –      End of prep form 4

11.00 PM     –     Form 4 students in bed

ALLIANCE BOYS HIGH SCHOOL LOCATION

The school is situated in Kikuyu, about 22 kilometers (12 miles) from Nairobi’s central business district. The school is a 10-minute walk from the Alliance Girls High School, its sister school

ALLIANCE BOYS KCSE RESULTS

The school is among the best performing high schools in the country academically, ranked amongst the top 10 positions every year. Bush holds the country record for most consecutive years holding the pole position in the national exams (1960–1985). In the K.C.S.E results announced in 2011, the school emerged top in the country. In that same year, the school had more than 100 students scoring a mean grade of A in the national exams.

Every year, over 98% of the school’s graduates get admission to Kenyan universities. Students from the school also proceed to join Ivy League Universities, such as Harvard, Yale and Brown University. Many attend other prestigious American universities like Stanford University, Duke University, Williams College and MIT. Others go on to attend universities in Australia, China,Japan, Malaysia, South Africa, the United Kingdom and other countries

ALLIANCE BOYS ALUMNI

Notable alumni
Johnson Gicheru: Former Chief Justice of Kenya.

James Gichuru. Former Finance Minister, and Defence Minister, and among the founders of the Kenya African National Union (KANU) party

Margaret Kenyatta: First woman mayor of Nairobi; Kenya’s ambassador to the United Nations (1976–1986) and President Jomo Kenyatta’s daughter

Maina Kiai: former Chairman of the Kenya National Human Rights Commission.
James Ole Kiyiapi: Presidential election candidate, Kenyan presidential elections 2013.

Mbiyu Koinange: the first Kenyan African to hold a degree, and Minister for Foreign Affairs

Wambu Mathu: the first African Member of the Legislative Council.

Kenneth Matiba: (The late) : (1 June 1932 – 15 April 2018) was a Kenyan politician and an activist for democracy.First African Permanent Secretary in Kenya and prominent opposition figure in the 1980s and 1990s. Second in the 1992 presidential elections.

Njoroge Mungai :Former Health, Foreign Affairs and Environment Minister, and a recipient of the Commander of the National Order of Merit of France.

Danson Mungatana: Member of Parliament representing Garsen Constituency in Coast Province

Kiraitu Murungi: Former Minister for Energy, currently Senator representing Meru County

Makau W. Mutua: Dean,University at Buffalo Law School and Chairman Kenya Human Rights Commission.

David Mwiraria: former Finance Minister

Ronald Ngala: first and only president of the first opposition party in Kenya the Kenya African Democratic Union (KADU).

Paul Ngei: Kenyan freedom fighter, a member of the Kapenguria 6 and former minister.

Charles Njonjo: first Attorney General of Kenya and also Minister for Constitutional Affairs

Jeremiah J.M. Nyagah Kenyan freedom fighter who later served in several key cabinet positions.

Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o: Kenyan politician and prominent multi-party activist in 1980s and 1990s Kenya

James Orengo: Prominent Lawyer and Senator representing Siaya County

Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o: author, novelist and playwright; the most prominent figure in Kenyan literature; has taught atYale University currently at University of California, Irvine

Amos Wako: Former Attorney General of Kenya,currently Senator representing Busia County

David Wasawo: zoologist and educationist

ALLIANCE BOYS ADMISSION

Every year, 200 students are selected based on academic merit and quota as per the education policy. Academic merit is based on performance of the K.C.P.E exams. Its quota system sees to it that the school admits boys from every county in the country though with bias to students from public schools as the current education policy requires.

ALLIANCE BOYS HIGH SCHOOL WEBSITE

http://alliancehighschool.sc.ke

ALLIANCE BOYS CONTACTS

Address: Alliance High School,P.O. Box 7, Kikuyu. 00902.
Phone: +254 20 201 5026,+254 733 141 290,

Fax +254 20 201 4424
Email: info@alliancehighschool.ac.ke

 

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