Our History Pioneer Girls School is a new girl’s secondary school offering 8-4-4 curriculum. A sister School to the Pioneer Boys School, its establishment fulfills the vision of founders of Pioneer Boys School to not only afford girls the same opportunity, but also rise to the challenge of achieving gender parity in higher education, in the workplace and in leadership. Academic excellence is at the heart of everything we do. We are fully confident that Pioneer Girls School will perform at the same level as Pioneer Boys School which has risen as one of the top secondary school in KCSE performance. Our Governing Body Our able management is made up of the Principal, the Deputy Principal, the dean of studies and the form masters who represents different schools i.e Form 1 to form 4. The principal Margaret Kongo, The deputy principal Moses Kuria, Dean of Studies Joseph Kuria, Form 4 Form Master Mr. Ndege, Form 3 Form Master Mr. Mutua, Form 2 Form Master Mr. Nderitu and Form 1 Form Master Mr. Nganga. Our Senior AdministrationOur Senior Administration School Administrators Our school administration is made up of the Deputy Principal, the Dean of students and 4 Form Masters See Full Details know more Mrs. Margaret W. Njoroge Kongo Principal Educating Leaders and Agents of Change The importance of including women in all facets of leadership in society is now universally recognized. In Kenya this recognition is entrenched in the constitution, by the provision requiring that all public institutions to have minimum of one third of each gender in all positions of leadership. It is a primary endeavor of our school to prepare girls for leadership, so that they can aspire to lead and deliver on the responsibilities of leadership. Leadership development has been integral to both curricular and extra-curricular programmes in the school. This has included mentorship and counseling geared towards cultivating confidence, integrity, ambition, responsibility and the desire to serve the society. It is our belief that if these values are cultivated at an early age, affirmative action for women will become redundant since girls and women will be able to compete on equal footing.