Nelson Mandera, in his very wise words once said that Education is the most powerful key with which you can change the world. With the introduction of free primary education during the Kibaki era and the free secondary education in the Uhuru government, education has become very essential in Kenya. However, to some, education is a luxurious activity where the billionaires part with millions of money on a termly basis to have their children study in some of the high end schools in Kenya. Here is a list of the most expensive schools in Kenya:
1.International School of Kenya:
This international school in Kenya has over 1000 students drawn from over 66 countries around the world. The school was established as a joint between the government of Canada and the United states of America. Kindergarten kids pay a fee of $16,974 while those in grades in 11 and 12 part with $32,543. That is a range of between 2 million and three million Kenyan shillings.
The school was founded in the year 1989 and the full boarders pay Kshs 1,115,180. Weekly students have to part with 1,053,175 Kshs per term while the day scholars part with Kshs 731,510.
3.Greensted International School:
This is a day and boarding school for the high and the might in the society. It offers education in the British system. It is located 16 kilometers from Nakuru town on your way to the Nakuru national park. Play group kids part with kshs50,000 while those in grade 12 and 13 part with Kshs 848,000.
4.Saint Andrews Turi:
On a normal parents day in this school, the number of choppers exceed the number of vehicles. This school is located in a hidden spot between Nakuru and Kericho towns. The school has high-quality education and is known to have strong Christian values. Nursery school children pay Kshs 171,000 while grade one students part with Kshs 650,000.
This is one of the oldest International schools in the country, having been started in 1981. It offers the british curriculum. Fee is approximated to be at Kshs860,000.
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