In most boarding schools in Kenya, students take simple meals such as Porridge, Kales, Ugali, strong tea, rice, 'githeri' and meat in at least once in a week. The meals are always put simple, to reduce school fees and also to avoid unnecessary comfort among learners within the school.
However there exist a private school in Molo, Nakuru county called St Andrew Turi school, the school is a high end one, where learners take high end foods like those taken in five-star hotels. In fact some of these foods have never been heard by most Kenyans.
For instance, the school menu features; Waffles, Chipolatas, grilled tomato among many other delicious meals, for breakfast. For lunch and super, the menu features; Lasagna, meat balls, Chicken, drumsticks, Turkey tagine with pita break among other mouth watering dishes. What a luxurious school!
However, such a wonderful dish come with some cost where, school fee for year 1 to 8 pay about Ksh304,000 to Ksh730,000 and the Senior year 9 to 11 pay about 504,000 to Ksh840,000 per term. This depends on the year of study. What an expensive school! Having said that you can look at the amazing pictures of the school below;
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