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The Aga Khan Academy Mombasa, an International Baccalaureate World School, featuring state-of-the-art facilities, a multicultural student body, and an experienced team of educators and staff.
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Academic Programme

The curriculum focuses on the development of critical thinking and analysis of issues with an emphasis on multicultural understanding and awareness.
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Admissions

Admission is based exclusively on merit. This is broadly defined as exceptional intellectual potential, leadership, a commitment to learning, strong sense of integrity, and the desire to work towards and instigate positive change.
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Our Campus

Built on an 18-acre (7.3 hectare) site in the Kizingo area of Mombasa, the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa is a state-of-the-art facility inspired by Swahili architecture.
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Leadership

The Academies’ programmes aim to develop students who are ethical, public-minded, and possess a pluralistic outlook, and who will become future leaders of their home countries.
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The Aga Khan Academy Mombasa has been awarded IB status by the International Body

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Recent News

08 February 2017

Academy students relate their rewarding experience with adult learners at Tom Mboya Secondary School and Ronald Ngala Primary School.

06 February 2017

Students engage in important policy discussions and learn to collaborate with their peers on this year's MSMUN trip.

24 January 2017

AKA Mombasa is one of six pilot schools to sign the MOU which gives it exclusive benefits to French language-learning resources.

Spotlights

Lucy Mwandawiro has been a chemistry teacher at the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa for 11 years. However, she has grown and developed in many more areas, such as her... Find out more

Karishma Bhagani

"One of the greatest things that is emphasised is giving back to the community that you came from. The Aga Khan Academy embodies this in the best way possible.”

“I think one of the biggest assets the Academy has is the diverse cultural background in the student body. Having players coming from all over the world from so many... Find out more

Kashyap Pravin Gohel

Kashyap Gohel, who graduated from the Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa, tells us about his experiences and how the Academies contributed his many accomplishments.

Christine Robertson

Christine Robertson is a veteran Ontario teacher who began a secondment to the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa in April 2016. She talks about her experience of coming to... Find out more

Ham Serunjogi is a natural leader, bold thinker and team player. Having beat the odds to secure a job with Facebook, Ham credits the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa for... Find out more

Lilian graduated from AKA, Mombasa in 2015. She is currently studying at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada and was a recipient of UBC's International... Find out more

"Thanks to the school and what it has done for me, I feel that I am changing the world for the better."

“Most people around Mombasa, including my family, are low income earners, so it’s disturbing when natural disasters take place…one of my aims is to lift that barrier... Find out more

"There are a lot of values that the Academy instilled in me that I carry to this day. It has taught me importance of being aware of the community around us as well as... Find out more

Notices

Taita Expedition

Residential students will hike and camp at Taita Hills over midterm break from 23-26 Feb.

EAMUN 2017

We wish our students good luck for the East Africa Model United Nations conference in Nairobi on 20-25 Feb.

University of Central Lancashire Visit

DP students invited to attend university information session at 1 pm in the Private Dining Room on 20 Feb.