Our History

Friends School Kamusinga or (FSK) popularly known as Kamu/Frischka is a Kenyan Quakers National High School established in 1956 & located in Kimilili, Bungoma County, Kenya. The school is located 400 kilometres from Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, Kenya. It is ranked among the top schools nationwide in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and has many notable alumni across business, creative arts, sports, engineering and political divides in Kenya.

Friends School Kamusinga or (FSK) popularly known as Kamu/Frischka is a Kenyan Quakers National High School established in 1956 & located in Kimilili, Bungoma County, Kenya. The school is located 400 kilometres from Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, Kenya. It is ranked among the top schools nationwide in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and has many notable alumni across business, creative arts, sports, engineering and political divides in Kenya.

Kamusinga is regarded as an academic and extra-curricular giant for its performance in National examinations and Nationwide extra-curricular competitions of field hockey, basketball, Science Congress, drama and music festival competitions over the

Peter Bradley (Son of School Founder) with
Former School Principal Mr. Edwin Namachanja

The school continues to maintain relations with members of the Allan Bradley family such as Ruth Bradley and Peter Bradley who find possible ways to support the school whenever possible.
The school further keeps him in memory by holding an annual intra-school sports tournament ‘Allan Bradley’s Day’, held on 18 February of every year. The first Allan Bradley’s Day Tournament was on 18 February 2006.​