22 Nov 2017
This year, GEMS Nairobi became an accredited Duke of Edinburgh Award Centre meaning the school is licensed to deliver the award programme to its students. Under the leadership of Mr Michael Muteshi, an award recipient himself, the school is keen to have our students participate in this world wide recognized award scheme to support their personal development and as a result boost their chances of enrolling in great universities worldwide and leverage themselves positively in the job market.
15 Nov 2017
We are proud to host an elite panel of educators from Cambridge, Yale, Imperial, Stanford and Scad, to speak on the theme: 'How do we prepare young people for the world of 2030 and beyond?'. With only 20 days to go, book your seat now and take a guided tour into the future of education.
11 Nov 2017
This November, the Water Warriors have been to the battle front (better known as competitions) a few times. Under the proud leadership of the GEMS Aquatic Director, Ms Gemma Ritche (and her able assistants) the team has added 42 new medals to their war chest this month; 30 from the International School of Kenya (ISK) Gala held on the 10th and 11th November 2017 and 12 from the national swimming competition held in Mombasa at the beginning of the month.
Learn. Aspire. Be
Welcome to Kenya and welcome to GEMS Cambridge International School, Nairobi. Our mission is to inspire students to become knowledgeable leaders with a global vision and develop character through a supportive and diverse community.
At the heart of the GEMS Cambridge International Nairobi experience is an engaging and challenging academic environment that gives students the desire and skills to achieve at the highest level based on an English curriculum. Outside of the classroom, students develop their talents and abilities through involvement in fine arts, athletics, school clubs, and service organizations.