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18 Miotoni Ln, Karen, Nairobi, Kenya


West Nairobi School has a strong commitment to actively supporting our community, and instilling life-long values of giving back to the community in our students.

The greatest commandment is to love the Lord your God with your whole heart, soul, and mind, and the second greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:36-40).

That is the goal of the WNS Community Service program–to teach students to love others and do jobs that may not be very pleasant with a good attitude. We desire to have the attitude of Christ as it says in Philippians 2:5. What does that attitude look like? We will discover this together as we serve through community development outreach programs and study Christ’s character through our years at WNS.

The long term goal of this project is to give students a wide variety of service-oriented experiences in their years at WNS.

We strive to teach students to be servant leaders and shine the Love of Christ, not only through their words but through their actions and through their interaction with one another – showing practical Christian love in action with what we have be it food, clothing, or simple friendship and laughter.

Students and staff serving the community

Our diverse student body is comprised of more than 20 nationalities and benefits from a progressive, modern and serene setting designed to foster academic achievement.  As a Christian school, values are fundamental to the foundation of all our programs ensuring every child learns to value God, self and others.

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Calling all WNS Alumni…

West Nairobi School first high school graduating class occurred in 2000. The high school section discontinued and re-opened later. The next graduating class was in 2010. We are looking for all graduates from class of 2000 , 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015. Please fill in the form below and we will get in touch with you with more information. Thank you.

Once a Rhino always a Rhino!

At WNS students enjoy chapel services once a week. Students and teachers come together to praise and worship the lord. The service is fun, interactive and above all to praise the lord.

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