Top 10 Most Expensive Schools In Kenya

By Getrude Mathayo / Published January 19, 2023 | 4:02 pm



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Education is the key to most things in life, it is the most powerful weapon used to change the world. Education is the foundation every child needs to make something out of their lives. At school, children not only learn academic subjects but also how to interact with their peers.

While some individuals believe that education, a basic need, does not have to be exuberant, another group thinks that quality does not come cheap. Therefore, the most expensive schools in Kenya are sought after by the high and middle class, who believe in investing in their children’s educational foundation.

Schools allow children to learn how to integrate into society and what is normal and what isn’t among their peers. They also learn intrinsic skills and facts about themselves and their personalities. But just like with everything in life, there are different buy-in levels to education. Some can only afford the free option offered at government schools while others go for a literal gold standard of education.

  1. International School of Kenya (ISK)

This is the largest school in Kenya that offers the north American curriculum and international program. The school has almost 1000 students from over 60 countries. The institution is a non-profit center that started as a joint partnership between the Canadian and United States governments

  1. Greensteds International School

Founded in 1936, Greensteds is a co-educational day and boarding school offering the British curriculum from early years students to A level. The school is in Nakuru County, 16km from Nakuru town, and a few minutes from Nakuru National Park.

  1. Brookhouse School

Brookhouse was established in 1981, It is an independent British curriculum co-educational day and boarding school that provides early years, preparatory and secondary schooling. It is one of the best IGCSE schools in Kenya and has two campuses in Kenya; Runda and Karen.

  1. St Andrew’s Turi

This school is in Turi, a hidden spot between Nakuru and Kericho. St. Andrews Turi is famous for its high-quality education and firm Christian values. The institution’s core values are compassion, integrity, and courage.

  1. Peponi School

Peponi School is another leading institution in Kenya. It is founded on Christian principles and started in 1989 as a first-class co-educational boarding school based on the British Independent School system. There are extra charges for activities like music and any exams related to the same. Parents also pay a refundable caution deposit upon admission.

  1. Hillcrest International School

Hillcrest International School is a leading British curriculum-based school located along Langata Road, Nairobi, Kenya. The school enrolls children from the tender age of 18 months. It also offers boarding resources for families that travel or live far. High expectations and standards of learning are embedded in its practice

  1. Braeburn Imani International School

Braeburn Garden Estate School is a British curriculum school that offers international education to students from over 80 nationalities from ages 2 to 18. The school is located at Garden Estate Road Nairobi. Its Early Years Unit (EYU) caters to children from ages two to five. Children also engage in activities such as music, nature walks, swimming, P.E., ICT, cooking, and visiting the library.

  1. Gems Cambridge International School

Gems Cambridge International School is located in Karen and operates under the umbrella of GEMS Education. The school’s mission is to inspire students to become knowledgeable leaders with a global vision. It offers the British National Curriculum from kindergarten to Grade 13.

  1. The Banda School

The Banda School is located along Magadi Road, opposite the Nairobi National Park, in the tranquil suburb of Karen, this International School is ranked among the best in Kenya and one of the largest Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS) outside the UK. Enormous effort went into setting up this international school’s infrastructure while peacefully co-existing with the wildlife.

  1. Kenton College Preparatory School

Kenton College Preparatory School is located in leafy suburb of Kileleshwa in Nairobi. The school aims to provide a purposeful and happy environment with opportunities for children of all races between six and 13 years.

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