The principal research objective of this study was to assess the information that teenagers in Thika rural district of Kenya are aware of as it relates to HIV/AIDS. The research has helped reveal ways to help optimize existing information inputs in schools on HIV/AIDS among teenagers. The main rationale in this study is that the marginal cost of preventing and treating HIV/AIDS goes up with the rate of incidence while the actual implementation problems are due to the lack of coordination between agencies involved in HIV/AIDS prevention. Conducted as a qualitative study, the study utilized two focus groups comprised of teenagers aged between 14 and 19 years old from rural Thika District, Kenya. The two groups, which had ten participants each, were divided into female and male who were interviewed in two separate meetings.