Tambach High School is in Elegeyo-Marakwet County (Keiyo North Constituency).
Tambach High School is a boys boarding secondary school.
Tambach High School in Elgeyo Marakwet has lived up to its dreams of providing quality education.
The institution prides itself in having strong alumni such as Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich, Commission on Revenue Allocation chairman Micah Cheserem, former minister Nicholas Biwott, former Kenya Army General Lazarus Sumbeiywo and marathon world record holder Wilson Kipsang. Retired President Moi was a tutor and deputy principal in the teacher training college section for four years – from 1952 – before joining politics. Established in 1932 as Government African School, Tambach provided education for pupils from the local community from Standard One to Four. However, the local pupils were taught separately from children from colonial families; the Iten-Kabarnet Road separated the local students’ quarters on the western side and the whites on the eastern part, according to the school records. The institution became a secondary school by 1964. Now an extra-county school, Tambach has 841 boys — admitted in four streams in Forms Two to Four and five streams in Form One. It gets 70 per cent of its students from the county and 30 per cent from other counties A modern tuition complex whose construction was fully supported by Moi has distinguished the school and created room for more students.
School Code: G7030289
Address: 241 Tambach
Level: Secondary School
Sponsor: Central Government/DEB
Student Needs: Ordinary
Acreage per enrolment: 7.5
Pupil Teacher Ratio: 0.0
Total Enrolment: 749
Total Teaching staff: 40
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