Expensive is normally defined as high costly. In Kenya, the 8-4-4 system enables every citizen to learn without having to stress for much school fees. Despite this, there are a variety of outstanding schools in Kenya that their fees will leave you surprised and wonder if any other ordinary people can afford. Truth is they are not for everyone, these are the types of schools where politicians, rich musicians and tycoons take their children to seek education.
Below are top 5 of the most expensive schools in Kenya;
1. International School of Kenya (Ksh 2,070,50 per year).
It was founded in 1976 and located along Kiwara Road in the outskirts of Nairobi City. Looking at its best aerial view, this is where the richest people in Kenya take their kids to. The school offers International Baccalaureate Diploma Program plus the North American Curriculum hence the largest international school in the country. Its average tuition fees per year is Kshs2.1million.
2. Greensteds International School (Kshs1,010,020 per year).
If you are a millionaire and want to take your kid to school, then you should consider Greensteds International School as it's average fee per year is Kshs1.01 million. It's located near Lake Nakuru National Park and is 6Km away from Nakuru Town.
3. St. Andrews Turi( Kshs994,600 per year).
The Multicultural Christian International boarding school offers British curriculum of the highest standard in the country with a tuition fee of Kshs994,500 per year. It's located in Turi that is between Kericho and Nakuru.
4. Brookhouse International School (Kshs840,000 per year).
When you are heading to Rongai, the school is located in Langat. It's mainly for the young children and teenagers. It is a boarding international school that offers an adapted form if British National curriculum to Kenyans and all the students from abroad.
5. Peponi School (Kshs792,000 per year).
Located just a few kilometres from the Thika Super Highway, investment has been put into the school at large as it's alleged to owned by the Kenyatta Family. The average fees per year is Kshs792,000.
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