Principal's Message

From its inception in 1993, The Academy has been on an upward trajectory in all facets of international education. The school offers the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) Curriculum, from year 1 to year 13(A levels). I thank the members of staff for embracing the spirit of teamwork and ultimately every ounce of energy, ideas and creativity from them has immensely led to a fantastic development and advancement of the school. Special thank you also goes to our students who are always ready and willing to go the extra mile to achieve their targets. I also take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, the Lions Club of Nakuru for the faith and trust they have bestowed in me to take the school to the next level. Last, but not least, the School Administrator, Ms Rebecca Mwaura for her encouragement and daily support to ensure the institution runs smoothly.

The academic years have been a success by all standards of measure. Students of this great academy have given their all, whenever called upon. They can be trusted to deliver; be it on the academics or extra-curricular front, often emerging with honours. The team of teachers can confidently come up with whatever programmes, and with the self-drive of the children, look up to its phenomenal execution. This synergy has seen the school surpass its limit and punch above its weight. We have produced the best candidate in IGCSE examinations, 2016, globally. Other candidates have won the Cambridge Learners Awards in different subjects. The school has an enviable track record in producing Mr Little Kenya, Prince Fortune, year 8, for three consecutive years. The face of Dura coat paints advertisement, Clara Mereso, Year 3 A comes from this great institution. In January of 2022, Manveer Singh, Year 6 was invited to attend training with Barcelona academy juniors. An incredible achievement for the boy! His videos can be found on YouTube.

We strive to nurture students who are responsible, curious and confident; ready for the 21st-century challenges. The double streaming, now in year 4, has responded to the ever-increasing demand for international education in the country. We offer affordable, yet quality international education. With the town elevated to city status, we are positioned to tap into this raw market. Our disciplined and passionate approach to the programmes we run has given us a cutting edge in the market. We are anchored on two pillars: discipline and academic excellence.

Being an academy, from year 1 to year 13, the senior students continuously inspire the young ones. Against all odds, they have proved that working hard consistently does pay. With limited resources, the School has shown that it can compete on the same level with fellow acclaimed schools. This culture of success must be inculcated in every student in the academy. The challenge to all stakeholders is bringing up another generation of students with the same zeal and willpower to excel like the pacesetters.

In every challenge, we see opportunities!

I convey my best wishes to you all.

MR. ROBINSON ALIANDA, PRINCIPAL

Lions Primary School
Lions Nursery School
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Contact

P.O Box 12226-20100, Nakuru, Kenya
mjlanakuru@ymail.com
+254 746-258-132
+254 777-200-190