Lwak Girls' High School

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Lwak Girls High School is one of the oldest girls' high schools in Kenya. The school was built in the 1960s (with around 300 girls), expanded to c. 860, and now has around 800 girls. It is located in Rarieda District, Nyanza province in western Kenya.

Computer Studies was introduced as an examinable subject in the year 2002.
In 2007, with support from Teach A Man To Fish, an apiary was installed to aid the teaching of bee-keeping,[1] thus extending the school's agricultural science department.[2] [3]

The school operates a nursery where mango trees are grown, with the aim of reducing the occurrence of Vitamin A deficiency.[4]

Current administration[edit]

  • B.O.G. Chairman: Mr. Michael Kombugoh
  • Principal: Sr. Miriam Jagogo
  • Deputy : Mrs. Josephine Odhiammbo
  • Computer Teacher: Mr. Lawi Osoo

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