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Magarini Girls secondary school is the centre of excellence in Magarini Constituency in Kilifi County. The School exists as a full Girls Boarding since January 2017. It’s located about 30 kilometres from Malindi town across the sabaki bridge. The students come from all walks of life, poor and rich alike. It has a very unique interesting beginning.

 
Magarini Secondary Students attending an asembly November 2015

The old existing buildings were built during Australlian sponsored  resettlement scheme. It was the General investigation Station(G. I. S) used for Agricultural research.                                                           Later after the completion, the Magarini settlement scheme was taken by the UNHCR and Red Cross as a refugee camp for the Somalians in the early 1990s before they were moved to Kakuma and Daadab.     It’s location gives a conducive environment for effective teaching and learning activities. The School sits on an acreage approximately 60 acres of land. We have ample land for agricultural activities and future development.                                                           The school is proud to have a team of  dedicated teachers, students, subordinate staff members and PTA/BOG members that has led to  its excellence in academics and co-curricular activities.

 
 Administration Block

The school has a capacity of 450 students all are boarders. It also has a dedicated staff of 20 teachers of both gender. The school has just completed buildings sponsored by ESP facitilites and we expect to receive more funding to complete second and third phases of funding.                

MD. Caroline Zoka                                                  Principal

BOM

The School has Board of Management that is active. They have good vision and goals for the school.

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Games and sports

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

DEPARTMENT PANEL

MR. JOSEPH C. KADZAA (HOD )-COACH/ TEAM MANAGER ATHLETICS

MR. ANDREW WANAYAMA COACH/TEAM MANAGER …

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