Friends School Kamusinga

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Friends School Kamusinga
Kimilili, Kenya
Type National, Public
Motto Use Common Sense
Established 1956
Head teacher Mr. Edwin Namachanja (since 2010)
Number of students 1200
Color(s) Blue, Black, Grey and White

The school has 1200 students and a staff of 75 teachers. The school was established by Allan Bradley (a Briton who died aged 90 in February 2000) in 1956 as a transfer unit for 'Friends School Kaimosi' from Kaimosi in Vihiga County. He is remembered by the school on 'Allan Bradley's Day', the first was on February 18, 2006. The day is celebrated through a sports tournament in his name - the Allan Bradley Tournament.[1]


The school is headed by Mr. Edwin Namachanja


The emblem is a leopard, symbolising that it has standards beyond the regular.


The school has won national secondary schools games in hockey 11 times and three East Africa schools championship titles since its introduction in 2007. The school has a basketball team. The school has represented the Western Region at the nationals since 2004. In 2009 it was the first runners-up while in 2011 it was the 2nd runners-up at the KSSSA national term 1A ball games.

The school has a Science Congress team and is 'The Best Boys School', 'Best School in HomeScience' nationally in the field and ranked fifth nationally.

Notable Former Students

  • Victor Chwax Ndombi - Rugby Player
  • Abel Kibet Korir - CEO, Pewa Street, Umoja
  • Dr. Nicholas Osolika, UON
  • kelvin Odell Ombasa, UOE
  • James Njoroge, CEO,, CV writing in Kenya
  • Ambassador Simon Nabukwesi
  • Hon Moses Wetangula
  • Chris Kirubi
  • Dr. Richard Olunga
  • Wekesa Victor
  • Miyanga Emmanuel
  • Obade Kelvin
  • Kikechi Clinton Thomas


  1. ^ "about us". Friends School Kamusinga. 

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