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Video - Meet Elinora
January 2024 - NMS's social worker, Carolyn Olaka learned about Elinora from another teacher at her former school. Elinora is a bright learner, but was facing a number of challenges. Not being able to afford books or uniforms, she would also miss school when she needed to take care of her mother who is paralyzed from the waist down ... [ more ]

Become a Cornerstone Corporate Sponsor
September 1, 2023 - Please consider becoming a Corporate or Individual sponsor! Sponsorship packages start at just $100!  Sponsors provide a significant percentage of our overall support to the Nambale Magnet School. All Sponsors receive a generous cause related marketing package and the deep gratitude of our Board and the Children and Staff at the school ... [ more ]

Student Stories - Meet David
David is currently in Grade Six. He came to the Nambale Magnet School in 2019. David tells us, "I am grateful for the opportunity to study at NMS. Before I came here, I would go to school barefoot and on an empty stomach. Come lunchtime I would again walk back home and most times there was nothing to eat." [ more ]

Student Stories: Meet Ann
Ann is currently in Grade Six. She joined the Nambale Magnet School in Grade Two and previously was schooled at St. Rose Mabale in Busia. She is the fifth child in her family, with three brothers and three sisters.

"Before I came to NMS, I walked a long distance to go to school. I did not have shoes and my uniform was tattered. I never took breakfast and at lunch, mama would give me porridge or boiled cassava. Many times we slept hungry because my father is sick and mama did not " ...

Rev. Evalyn Visits with U.S. Supporters Again
February 2023 - For the first time since the COVID Pandemic locked down travel to the United States, Rev. Evalyn founder of the Nambale Magnet School in Western Kenya traveled to the U.S. and met with supporters and long-time friends ... [ more ]

From the Ashes: A New Building Emerges!
November 2, 2022 - As many will recall, shortly after the school reopened from its COVID closure, the Nambale Magnet School suffered a devasting fire that destroyed the boy's dorm that housed 150 students. Mercifully, no one was hurt, and our generous supporters sprang into action to assist in the triage and support the rebuilding ... [ more ]

Back to the Vineyard: An Incredible Fall Festival!
October 6, 2022 - On a beautiful fall evening in the height of the fall foliage season in the Litchfield Hills of Connecticut, the Cornerstone Project had our most successful Fall Festival fundraiser ever, netting just over $18,000!  At the Hopkins Vineyard, in Warren Connecticut, near the shores of Lake Waramaug, the Cornerstone Project hosted our Sixth Annual Fall Festival ... [ more ]

Computer Science at the Nambale Magnet School
September 16, 2022 - The Nambale Magnet School is both investing in and embracing technology. The current infrastructure makes it possible to introduce coding lessons in the school facility under the ICT department.  NMS has partnered with Kodris Africa and trained our ICT Academic teacher on coding which is ... [ more ]

Nambale Magnet Students Attend Journalism Symposium
September 1, 2022 - Children of the Nambale Magnet School gain experience from a Kenya newspaper and come out on top in competition!   Grade 8 students were able to get experience and a one-on-one audience with news editors from a national newspaper called Taifa Leo. The newspaper promotes ... [ more ]

Technology Upgrades Urgently Needed
May 15, 2022 - As the COVID pandemic highlighted and the general trends indicate, technology and computers are essential tools in the modern and remote education process. The school’s computers were acquired in 2012 and have been refurbished on many occasions. They have now reached the point of complete obsolescence and there is an urgent need for 50 new computers ... [ more ]

Namable Magnet School Students Excel Again!
April 20, 2022 – Once again the Nambale Magnet School is celebrating the results of Kenya’s National High School Qualifying Exams. This year's class, consisting of 48 Eighth Graders took the arduous three-day exams. The school 's mean score of 383.83, is a leap of 10 points and from last year and the highest ever in the history of the school ... [ more ]

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