After Mr Rupani left, we had a number of Headmasters over the next ten years. There was Mr Norris with his yellow sports car. He had great ideas for the development of the school. The computer age had begun and our school
became one of the first ones to excel in the new technology. We used to go to train teachers in other schools. Then we had Mrs. Hasham under whose wise jurisdiction, the school progressed a lot. The school expanded and improved in all spheres of education.
Sadly Mrs Hasham left us and Dr Pragnell came on board. That was the time when teachers started looking for greener pastures as many new schools had cropped up in Nairobi and they were 'poaching' good, experienced teachers from other schools. I always avoided
taking part in loose talk, rumours and politics of the administration....so I, too, left the Academy. I worked in other schools but always had a soft spot in my heart for the Aga Khan Academy.