Kenya High School (KHS) is an all girls secondary education institution located in Kileleshwa, Nairobi, Kenya. It was founded in 1908, originally known as European Girls’ School. After Kenya gained independence in 1963, the school’s name was shortly there after changed to the Kenya High School. Kenya high has for a long time been ranked among the best public high/secondary schools in Kenya, enjoying high and competitive enrollment from students of all walks of life in the country. Annual activities/ceremonies include a sports day in early spring [first term], parents’ day in the summer [second term] and Speech day in the fall/autumn [third term].
The school’s motto, servire est regnare -latin for to serve is to reign is on the KHS logo better known to the Kenya high community as the KHS badge.