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Fred's Academy

Meru
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Fred’s Academy was officially opened on 9th January 1989 starting with children of mixed ages between 3-6 years. It has grown steadily to become an academic Giant in Eastern province and one of the top Primary schools in Kenya.

Since 1993, Fred’s Academy has consistently remained on the Top ten primary schools in the K.C.P.E result nationally. In the year 2000 and 2001, The school was ranked number one (1) and number two (2) In K.C.P.E result respectively. In the year 2009 K.C.P.E result the school was number one (1)in Eastern province with a mean score of 389.37 marks.The Position one candidate was Ngure Chris N with 425 Marks . Thirty eight Pupils sat for the exams and 13 attained over 400 Marks. 14 attained over 380 marks with the lowest scoring 352  marks.

The school is staffed with trained, Qualified and Experienced teachers who give individual emphasis on the weak pupils in all classed. A lot of emphasis is also put on extensive extra-curricular programs.

The school has adequate physical facilities which include Tuition block of 12 Permanent classes from Nursery school to std Eight (8), Library room, Administration block, dormitories a complex dinning hall, a modern  swimming pool, a computer training center and 12 teachers quarters all permanent buildings and playing ground among others.

Our good Results are attributed to Teamwork and good spirit which emanates from the good environment within the school which leads everyone to put in the best effort.

Our fee structure is very affordable by an average parent who loves education.




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