On 9th December, Nova Pioneer ushered in a new dawn at the official opening of the Eldoret Campus. Ushered in by exhilarating traditional dancers, our chief guests PS Ministry of Education Belio Kipsang and the Governor of Uasin Gishu, Hon. Mandago, together with other distinguished guests including the Trans Nzoia
Nova Pioneer broke ground in Eldoret in July. The new campus will host a Girls’ High School and a Boys’ High School. Press Release: Speaking at the event, Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago welcomed the investment in the county, committing the support of the county government to the project. “As
Being able to secure an internship in the Nova Pioneer offices was a wonderful experience. I was able to learn what I am interested in which was Marketing. I chose marketing because I believe it fuels many successful companies and also it is perfect for me because I am decisive
March 8th marked the international day for women 2019. We strive to empower our young women to become strong and independent leaders in society. The theme color was purple and Novaneers showed up and showed out in the purple outfits. The girls rocked on purple ribbons to mark the day.
At Nova Pioneer, we believe that character is what sets individuals apart. With this in mind, we integrate character education into our daily school experience. Our students learn about self-discipline, taking initiative and being mindful, which are all important in building the future they want for themselves. It is important
It is that time of the year again. When our young men and women go out into the world and get to showcase the innovative projects they have been working on. This year, our presence at the Science and Engineering Fair was as our students showcased projects that they had
Our learning team is taking things a notch higher by finding fun ways to promote a reading culture at our Primary School. During the April school holidays, the entire school was put to task to each read a book of their choice with a family member. Creating a Reading
Nova Pioneer students from our Tatu City Girls Secondary School campus recently took part in the Annual Computer and Robotics Fair. Our young Novaneers showed up and showed off bringing back three big victories. A platform for techies In 2017, the Alliance High School ICT club launched its Annual
Thirty Nova Pioneer Tatu Girls Secondary School students were given the opportunity to spend time at the Sub Saharan Africa International Model African Union held at the United Nations Office in Gigiri in July 2018. This was part of Nova Pioneer’s efforts to expose young students to opportunities beyond the classroom.
In the spirit of celebrating diversity in our culture, our Nova Pioneer Tatu City Girls’ Secondary School organized its very first cultural day. The young ladies did not disappoint as they went all out, adorned in beautiful African fashion, the students spent the day celebrating what they appreciate most about
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