Pangani Girls Principal, Alumni, BOG And Performance

The current Pangani Girls principal is Florence M. Ngarari. Before joining ‘Pango’, as the institution is popularly known, Mrs Florence was the head of Kahuhia where she left an indelible mark. It is through her able leadership that Kahuhia Girls High school reclaimed its status as one of the best schools in Murang’a county. It therefore did not come as a surprise when the Teacher Service Commission (TSC) moved her to the city school.


This is one institution with probably the most organized alumni which is  “run by an Executive Committee (Office Bearers and the Steering Committee) and Trustees. They are supported by a Patron, Advisory Board and  individual team leaders…”,  their website reads. 

The executive committee consists of:

Dr Caroline Ouko-Chairperson

Sheila Mugadi-Munyiri-Vice Chairperson

Muthoni Kibinda-Secretary

Maureen Rakiro-Vice Secretary

Carolyne Mallo-Treasurer

Grace Okoth-Vice Treasurer

Angela Muema-Atsiay-Steering Committee – Sponsorship & Programs

Dr Janet Githinji aka Toddie –Steering Committee – Clubs & Events

Masitsa Otunga-Steering Committee – Alumni Welfare

Dorris Kirui aka DC-Steering Committee – Sports

The Alumni has trustees, a patron and advisory board.

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A brief on Ms. Ngarari

Pangani Girls Principal, Alumni, BOG And Performance
Pangani Chief Principal Florence Ngarari Image/Courtesy

The chief principal of Pangani Girls has a bachelor’s degree in Education from Kenyatta University. She also holds a Diploma in Education Management Institute (KEMI). She has been a Principal for over 17 years and currently is the Assistant Treasurer National Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA). She was the recipient of the best Principal of the Year Award during the 2018 KESSHA AGM in Mombasa, Kenya


The institution has produced the best students nationally. In 2017, Naomi Karimi was the best performer in that year’s KCSE examination in Kenya having attained 87.011. In 2018, it was Otieno Irene Juliet’s turn to shine after she scored 87.644. 

In 2019, the school posted a mean score of 9.56 (B+). 263 out of 270 students who sat for that year’s KCSE examination attained minimum entry grade to the university.

The institution produced two top twenty students in Kenya with a mean score of 84 points in the 2021 KCSE national exams.

15 Chege Joy Wanjiru A 84 Pangani Girls
19 Laureen Shisia A 84 Pangani Girls