Millennium School Nairobi, secondary school, http://www.edumschoolnairobi.com/, Nairobi, Kenya, 2006, email@example.com
“The Millennium School Nairobi has taken His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan as its Role Model and has developed its philosophy based on His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan’s philosophies. MS recognizes that each student is unique, both in specific needs and in developmental rate, and that education should encourage children to grow cognitively, socially, physically and emotionally.
The Millennium School encourages students to listen, question, challenge, probe, and thereby make sense of their world and to strive for continuous growth in an environment in which they experience the excitement of learning. It recognizes the importance of developing in its students ethical and moral values, self esteem, leadership and respect for the rules of the School and the laws of society.
The Millennium School believes that our separate heritages, beliefs and choices of expression help to define us as individuals, and that commitment to learning about another and the large world unites us as a community. Differences of all kinds are acknowledged and explored with enthusiasm and respect. In addition, the Millennium School values the sense of community and well – being fostered by parental involvement in the life of the School, as the family is the primary source of traditions, celebrations and values for children.”