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Check out these Top 5 Most Expensive Schools in Kenya and their Annual School Fees

1. International School of Kenya

The International School of Kenya (ISK) is an international school for pre-kindergarten to grade 12 located on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya. A ranking done by Africa Almanac in 2003, ranked this school at number 7 out of 100 best schools in Africa based upon quality of education, student engagement, strength and activities of alumni, school profile, internet and news visibility. This schools has students who are kenyan, Canadian, American, Dutch, Swedish and British.

According to the school’s website, fees range from Ksh1.6 million per year for students in pre-kindergarten to Ksh3.1 million for pupils in grades 11 and 12

2. Peponi SchoolEstablished in 1989, the school employs a few external teachers to promote Karate, Tae-Kwondo, Trampolining, Chess and even Pottery. It is based on world kniwn best British public school tradition. They are a first class school that aims at helping student be ambitious and well educated.

Annual school fees for children aged between 13-18 years stands at Ksh2,090,025

3. Brookhouse Schools

Brookhouse schools Brookhouse was established in 1981 and is a co-educational, independent day and boarding school on two Nairobi campuses serving the international community at pre-school, primary and secondary levels.

Its on of the best school in the country and their annual fees for children aged between 2-18 years averages at Ksh2,030,000.

4. The Banda School

Banda is ranked among the best in Kenya and one of the largest Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS) outside the UK. Its located opposite Nairobi National park along magadi road.

Annual school fees for children aged between 1-13 averages at Ksh1,935,000.

5. Kenton College Preparatory School

Located in the leafy suburb of Kileleshwa in Nairobi, pupils at Kenton College Preparatory School enjoy 35 acres of excellent facilities and an outstanding education in a friendly and welcoming international school community.

Fees for children aged between 6-13 years average at Ksh1,921,500 per year.

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