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Thank you for considering Mother Danila School as the school for your child. In order to apply online you will need to register on our site.

NB: Registration ongoing for Nursery, Pre-Unit, Class 1 - 5. Few vacancies left!

Admission Procedure

Parents kindly be advised that your child's acceptance is based on pre-enrollment assessment test scores, personal interview results and the availability of enrollment vacancy. All the incoming pupils take a pre-enrollment assessment exam to establish the following;

  • Assists in determining class placement;
  • Identify pupils who may be having learning problems
  • Confirms a sincere interest in joining Mother Danila Community

Admission Requirements

  • Birth certificate and/or a Clinic Card (For Kindergarten) - inorder to have a valid admission
  • Immunization Card (For Kindergarten)
  • Letter from previous school (incase of transfer).
  • Full school uniform and Black shoes and white socks (girls) or grey socks with white and blue stripes (boys)
  • Necessary Stationery (200 pages exercise books – 2 squared and 10 ruled, Pencil, rubber, sharpener)
  • Registration fee of Kes 1,000 payable upon taking an interview.
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Our Journey

The Orsoline sisters of the Immaculate Virgin Mary came to Kenya in 1989 and opened a community in Adams Arcade, Nairobi. In 1993 we opened another community in King’eero. Immediately we opened a dress making school and in 1995 a health centre called St. Angela Merici. In 2006 we opened the Kindergarten, which was named Mother Danila.  Mother Danila was one of our sisters from Italy who had served as a superior in Eritrea for many years. During her mandate as a superior the Eritrean sisters celebrated 50 years of their presence in the country and as a thanksgiving to God, they decided to open a new mission in Kenya.

When Mother Danila finished her term as a superior in Eritrea in 1993, she came to Kenya and joined the community in Nairobi. Unfortunately, in December 1995 she had a fatal road accident and lost her life. When we opened the Kindergarten in 2006 we named it after her in her honour. In 2015, we opened a primary school as a continuation of the kindergarten. So far we run a Kindergarten, a primary school and a health centre. The health centre and the kindergarten are in the same compound at King’eero while the primary school is in a neighbouring village called Mararo.