Gayaza High School was founded in 1905 by Christian missionaries. The school began in January 1905 with 4 girls and by July 1905 the number had grown to 43 girls. Gayaza High School is a girls-only secondary school located in Gayaza town.
The purpose was to train girls especially the daughters of chiefs in those skills that would make them better wives. This was the only basis of security approval from the traditional and traditionalist leaders of that time.
Gayaza High School Academics
Gayaza High School believes in high level of academic excellence and this is a challenge that each student must face. The goal is to educate students to become citizens of the global society, ready to take on the challenges of the new century.
With the ICT based education we endeavor to make sure that every student has access to the very best 21st century education by engaging our students in a hands-on learning in class.
include English, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture, Home economics, Geography, History, Commerce, C.R.E./I.R.E, language, Principles Of Accounts, Political Education, Fine art Music, Computer, Germany , Technical drawing/woodwork
Extra Co-Curricular Activities
The School Co-curricular activities are, Games (Football, Netball, Volleyball and Cricket), Music, Dance and drama, Farming (gardening and piggery), Social clubs, academic clubs, debating clubs, scouting
The number of clubs at Gayaza High School is a reflection of the widespread difference in thought, zeal and goals of the students. There are enough special interest clubs inspired by religion, ethnic and cultural pride, environmental protection and the desire to help those in need. Arts clubs thrive at Gayaza High School, making their mark wherever and whenever they get to work.