Learning was conducted under a tree
until 1904 when the first building was put up to serve as worship place and classroom.
Started as a Missionary school
THE first Missionary School which gave birth to the Present day
Kaimosi Teachers College was established in 1902 by Edgar Hole.
Courtesy of the Friends also referred to as Quakers from United States of America, the school started with many challenges such as low enrollment, lack of classrooms for tuition, no curriculum, no text books and no writing materials.
Learning was conducted under a tree until 1904 when the first building was put up to serve as worship place and classroom.
The early missionaries knew that an effective educational program had a strong bearing on successful evangelism.
Below is a list of the
Principals of Kaimosi Teachers College
as recorded since 1940.
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