Makini Schools is among the best private and group of schools in Kenya. Mrs. Mary Okello and her husband Pius Okello established Makini Schools in 1978. Starting off with just 8 pupils, the consistently top-performing schools now enroll more than 3,200 students in both primary and secondary school final exams. On May 1, 2018, Scholé Limited (a UK investor) and Advtech bought a 71 percent share in Makini School Limited.
There are three campuses under Makini Schools in Kisumu. In Kiambu’s Tatu City, the company is constructing a school for 1,700 kids. The school will provide the Cambridge Curriculum and will accept students from kindergarten through A-levels. Senior students will have access to boarding facilities.
The school’s performance continues to improve as it focuses on providing a high-quality education.The administration is hard at work increasing the fundamental criteria for improved learning.