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Mwakitawa is a Catholic-sponsored school. It was established as a community project started in the 1970s and was named in honour of Chief Nimrod Mwakitawa. It first opened its doors as a mixed school in January 1974 on a 15 acre plot of land. In June 1974, it closed its doors due to poor enrolment and lack of adequate facilities.
In March 1977, it reopened its doors again with a population of 24 boys and girls under the headship of Mrs Blandina Mwalili. It has grown since then to be a double streamed mixed secondary school with an enrolment of over 400 boys and girls in 2008. In 2008 an extra stream for form 1 boys was added.
The school has also been steadily improving in academics from:
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