Top 10 Best Private High Schools For Girls In Kenya

By Getrude Mathayo / Published January 10, 2023 | 12:57 pm




KEY POINTS

Kenya has numerous private secondary schools for both boys and girls. They are often ranked based on:

  • Academic performance
  • Facilities such as classrooms
  • Affordability

Nairobi

KEY TAKEAWAYS


Most private secondary schools in Kenya offer international programs.

The majority of them also have higher schools fees hence classified as schools for the rich.


The number of private schools in Kenya is increasing, and as a result, this has brought stiff competition between both public and private schools in the country. In addition, the quality of education has improved across the country.

It is the desire of each parent and or guardian to provide his/her child with the best quality education, more so at the Secondary school level. This is because the grade garnered at the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exams determine the future, in most cases, of the learner.

Numerous best private schools are ranked as the top educational or learning right now.  The best private secondary schools in Kenya are more than just enough to count the least as well as performance and infrastructure are key considerations.

Most of the private schools in Kenya are very expensive to study at the moment and they are worth the school fees.

  1. Riara Spring Girls High School

This is a private secondary school located along Riara Road, Off Ngong Road in Nairobi. It is one of the best-performing high schools in Kenya. In the 2020 KCSE results, the school registered a mean score of 9.2 making it the 18th-best school in the country.

  1. Anestar Precious Girls High School

Anestar Precious Girls High School is a Private Girl’s Secondary School located in the Lanet area within Nakuru County. The school has maintained its constant holistic performance which has been an upward trend since the year 2013, when the school featured among the best top 100 private secondary schools in Kenya and was ranked at position 69, with an average score of grade B of 56.248 points

  1. Kianda School

Kianda School is a private, all-girls day school with a Catholic ethos located in the Westland area of Nairobi, Kenya. The school was opened in 1977 by The Kianda Foundation, a non-profit organization that aims to better Kenyan women’s lives through education and Christian values. In 2020 the institution had a mean of 9.53.

  1. Loreto convent Msongari

Loreto Convent girls’ school is located in Lavington location, Nairobi County. The school is located in a serene environment in Nairobi’s Lavington area. It was founded by the Loreto Sisters in 1921.

The school is a girls’ school offering both the Kenyan 8-4-4 curriculum (in primary and high school) and the British I.G.C.S.E. Curriculum (high school only) of education. Also, the high school offers boarding and day facilities.

  1. Bristar Girls High School

Bristar Girls High School is a modern girls boarding school with a clear mission to provide holistic education to the girl child with a strong emphasis on leadership qualities that integrate academic excellence with a strong fear of God.

Having opened its doors in 2006, Bristar Girls High School is founded on the Biblical standard based on the firm belief that in every student there is a ‘Bright Morning Star’ thus the name ‘Bristar.

  1. ST Clare Girls High School

The St. Clare Primary School is an ordinary private educational institute in Molo, Elburgon, Kenya. This school is managed/sponsored by a religious organization and offers a Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). The school stamped its authority in Nakuru county on matters of academic performance.

  1. Vanessa Grant Girls’ High School

The Vanessa Grant Girls’ School (VGGS) is a boarding secondary school that opened in January 2010. The school is situated near Rongai about 30 km from Nakuru on a spacious and secure site.

The school aims to provide a unique, conducive, and serene learning environment with well-equipped facilities for learning to teenage girls, delivering the Kenyan curriculum with particular emphasis on excellent Science and Information Technology and quality teaching standards.

  1. Materi Girls High School

Materi Girls is a boarding school that offers girls education at the secondary level for the past forty-seven years. Its operations are based in the county of Tharaka Nithi and are owned by a religious organization.

Materi Girls Secondary School ranks among the top hundred well-performing schools in Kenya. Currently, it has a mean score of 7.07. It is among the top five schools and top-performing secondary schools within the County of Tharaka Nithi.

  1. Maria Soti Girls High School

Maria Soti Girls Educational Centre is a private, mixed secondary school located in Elgeyo-Marakwet County (Keiyo South Constituency). The school was a dream Mzee cheered but was actualized by Honorable Nicholas Biwott

The school is established with the vision of becoming a leading center of academic excellence and empowering girls to realize their full potential in a dynamic and global environment.

  1. Apostolic Carmel Girls’ High School

Apostolic Carmel Girls’ Secondary School is a girls’ boarding school located on the campus of the Blessed Sacrament Church Buruburu (Buruburu Phase V) and is under the Catholic Archdiocese of Nairobi

The school is one of the best schools as it provides opportunities and a conducive environment for every student to express herself. Furthermore, it challenges the students to reach their academic, spiritual, moral, and social potential.

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