Kianda Foundation started Kianda School in 1977 with only 38 students enrolled. The School has a unique approach in ensuring that staff and parents work together to bring out the best in every girl. The goal of the school is an integrated personal development of the girls intellectually, spiritually and culturally. This spirit is so deep rooted in the school that, during the Covid-19 shutdown, parents came together to raise funds to buy laptops for students who could not afford one to enable them continue unabated with their online classes.
Today Kianda School has for over 900 students and through the years has consistently ranked among the top 10 schools in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). Like in all our institutions, Kianda School ensures that many underprivileged girls have a place in the institution by offering a bursary program. The bursary program ensures that girls from disadvantaged backgrounds are able to receive quality education from one of the top schools in the country. Spaces in the bursary program are few and we are always looking for well-wishers as sponsors as we strive to ensure even more disadvantaged girls get enrollment.