Nairobi, Kenya


Mon - Sat 8.00 - 5.00


Customer Enquiry

0713 675228 ; 0703908340

Syokimau (3,021.62 mi) Athi River

Nairobi, Kenya


Mon - Fri. 8.00AM - 5.00PM

Sat & Sun CLOSED

Admission department

0713675228. 0703 908338


General Info

Closing date: 8th June. 2022

Kindergarten – (3 & 4 Years) Grade; Two – Grade Seven – (7 years – 12 years)


Multi Media & Computer Technology
ACE Readmaster -Plus offers four distinct computer software programs.

*Readmaster helps improve reading rate and comprehension.

*Typemaster teaches computer keyboard skills.

*Math Builder provides computerized drill and practice in math concepts.

*Word Builder expands vocabulary skills by challenging the student to evaluate word meanings and spellings.

*International Computer Driving License (ICDL) is offered as part of High school basic computer literacy training.

Student Training & Mentorship Experiences
Student programs give the students opportunities to build character and learn leadership skills outside the classroom. These include Students Conventions – East Africa, All Africa & International competitions in a wide range of categories, Life Changer Program (G1-6) Trains on practical Christianity in relationships and World Changer Program (G7-12) Trains on serving the community.
Finishing / Graduation options
ACE Graduates are awarded the International Certificate of Christian Education by UK -based Christian Education Europe for these levels: –

Basic Certificate: This is a provision for special needs students who are placed on Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Foundation Certificate: For Students who join the system late and need to graduate on account of age and/or special needs.

Vocational Certificate: For Students who seek to pursue a skills based path at Diploma / Certificate entry level.

General Certificate:  Grade 8 & 9, Equivalent to Cambridge International Examination (CIE)”0″ Level. Recommended for Diploma entry level only.

Intermediate Certificate: Grade 10 equivalent to CIE AS (Advanced Subsidiary) level, not recommended as an exit point.

Advanced Certificate – Grade 11 Equivalent to CIE “A” Level. For students aiming to enroll for University UG degree.

Self –Instructional, Learner-Centered

The ACE pedagogy is anchored in the belief that Education is Life. From the age of 7 years or Grade 2, learners are trained to own their learning process and take responsibility for their academic progress. Every student, in collaboration with their parents and supervisors, sets annual academic goals which are then broken down reasonable, daily goals. In the process of daily goal setting, self-correction, and time management, learners acquire self-management life skills and a strong work ethic that enable them to succeed as adults.

Mastery Based
  • Almasi recognizes that children have gifts, talents and interests outside of academics. We therefore offer Music – instruments, voice and theory (ABRSM & LCM certified), Computer Studies – ICDL, Chess, Drama & Music performance, Aerobics, Annual Experiential Learning camps, Mentorship programs, Leadership development, Students Convention – East Africa, USA – (for 12  and 13 years and above), Photography,  Art and sports. 


What is the difference between ACE and other systems?
  • In terms of exposure to educational content, students from ACE measure up more or less the same. ACE stands out in several areas: –
  • Character Formation: Almasi School places a strong emphasis on character building with the Biblical principles as the reference point. Students are trained, affirmed and rewarded for the displaying good character and wise choices. At the same time, immediate, loving and firm feedback is given in order to correct unbecoming behavior.
  • Academic Excellence: – because time is not a constraint, learners are afforded adequate time and support to achieve their full academic potential. Every student is an achiever within ACE whatever their performance level.
  • Individual Educational Plan: – there is an early detection system for learners with learning difficulties. The system allows the school and home to work collaboratively to come up with solutions that will build, support and recognize an individual learner’s strengths.
  • Outstanding Preparation for College/University: – At the time of graduation from high school, ACE graduates are more prepared for college level studies than their counterparts from other systems. As part of their course work, ACE students are required to do a minimum three graduate level writing and research projects and maximum of eight, depending on the level at which they are graduating. Moreover, some of the content in the Sciences is what is covered at college level introductory or core courses. Finally, ACE graduates have valuable character straits such as focus, self and fore planning, self-discipline, among others, inculcated in them to enable them navigate college life successfully.
  • Collaboration between Home and School: – Research has it that intentional parental involvement is a key factor in a child’s success not only in academics, but also in general emotional and psychosocial development of the child. ACE philosophy holds it that the educational process is a collaborative effort between home and school. Parents have the primary responsibility in investing in their children’s education and preparation for life: School comes alongside as a strongly ally to support parent’s goals for their children.
How will my child transition to ACE from another system?
    • ACE curriculum covers Kindergarten (3Years) to High School (17+ years).

    Children aged 3, 4, 5&6 years are placed by age into their respective levels – Kindergarten, Pre-School and Grade One. From age 7 onwards, Almasi School will administer a Diagnostic Test to measure the student’s academic performance level as well as determine if there are any learning gaps. Learning gaps are concepts that a child was taught but did not learn or master and/or were not taught at all. Results of the DT are used to prescribe the child’s academic level in ACE and will then be discussed with parents and explained to the learner.

What are the core subjects in ACE?
  • Core subjects in ACE are Math, English, Literature and Creative Writing, Sciences, Social Studies and Word Building (also known as Spelling and Etymology). At High School level, students add to their learning experience from a rich selection of practical Electives in various disciplines.
What Co-Curricular activities does Almasi offer?
  • Almasi recognizes that children have gifts, talents and interests outside of academics. We therefore offer Music – instruments, voice and theory (ABRSM & LCM certified), Computer Studies – ICDL, Chess, Drama & Music performance, Aerobics, Annual Experiential Learning camps, Mentorship programs, Leadership development, Students Convention – East Africa, USA – (for 12  and 13 years and above), Photography,  Art and sports. 

International Curriculum

Raising Global Citizens with Outstanding, Credible Academic Credentials

Character Molding

Imparting Rock-Solid Moral Values

Leadership Training

Become a School Leader!
At Almasi School, we commit ourselves to solve the worry that keeps you up at night— the uncertainty of your children’s future. We know that the best inheritance you can give your children is quality education and a solid foundation for life. So, we made it our mission to raise your children to be next-generation leaders who are global citizens, solid in character, and competent in the art of self-leadership. We raise your children to be purposeful in their involvement and influence of their communities.

Mission: Why we do 

Almasi School seeks to be the favored, optimal choice for Christian parents who are committed to handing a solid legacy of faith to their children in the course of their schooling years.

Vision: How we do

Almasi School exists to collaborate with Christian parents across East Africa in providing a first-class, faith based, valuable, wholesome education and life training for every student.


Syokimau  –  Church Road, Off Katani Road, Athi River

School Hours

M-F: 8am – 4pm
Weekends: Closed

Phone & Email

0703 908340. 0713675228. 0703 908338


Our desire is to see nations, our nation, transformed through Godly families. Our vision for Almasi School is to come alongside parents who desire to give their sons and daughters not only a solid academic foundation but also a rich legacy of faith, character and a passionate commitment to influence their world: powerfully, purposefully and positively.

~ Simon & Sophia Mbevi


Our Core values

 Our Core values inform how we conduct our business at Almasi. 

Passionate about our faith

Every staff member is committed to a personal and fruitful daily walk with Christ.

Purposeful in all our tasks

Every staff member is intentional about keeping the big picture in mind as we conduct our day to day business. Your child’s holistic development and achievement is our business.

Professional in all our ways

Every staff member aspires to the highest level of skillful, efficient and effective relationships internally and externally, so that we can consistently deliver on our promise to parents, students and other key stakeholders.



What Parents and alumni are Saying

“I learnt to be a responsible peer leader. I loved that there was such community, we hang out as families outside of school and connected personally with our teachers.” Peninah Nechesa Odima

Music Major Student, Daystar University

“We selected the ACE curriculum for our children because it offers a holistic approach towards education. Since they began the ACE curriculum, our children’s view of education and life has changed. They love and enjoy going to school. .” Sekoh Nyadiero

Corporate Affairs Manager, NGO Board

“We felt that we were losing our son in 844 given its aggressively competitive nature and little attention given to the individual child. As we reviewed our options, Almasi by a family friend and a former teacher of the school.” Musalia Kihamba



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Wikipedia Fact File on ACE

Accelerated Christian Education was founded in 1970 by Drs. Donald and Esther Howard. They set about developing a biblically literalist educational curriculum with Donald Howard traveling to promote ACE schools around the world as a new form of “educational mission
ALMASI school admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.