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Most expensive private schools in Kenya and their fee structures

By Dickens Luvanda
Education is key for every child. Parents and guardians in Kenya strive to ensure their children get quality education regardless of the costs.

In Kenya, some parents don’t mind taking their children to expensive private schools with ‘shocking’ fee structures.

Such schools include:

International School of Kenya (ISK)

This private and non-profit making school is a joint partnership between the United States of America (USA) Government and the Canadian Government founded in 1976.

The institution whisch has over 940 students from more than 65 countries is the most expensive school in Kenya, with their year 12 – 13 students paying a tuition fee of Ksh 3,139,191 per academic year.

International School of Kenya’s academic school year runs from early August through early June. The first semester ends mid December while the second semester starts early January.

The school teaches using North American curriculum and is divided into three sub-schools; elementary, middle and high school. The elementary school serves pre-kindergarten through grade 5 for children of ages 4 – 10.

Admission fee – Ksh40,000

Bus fee – Ksh190,000

Tuition per year from kindergarten to grade 12 ranges from Ksh1,500,000 to Ksh2,900,000

Greensteds International School

It is believed to be the second most expensive private school in Kenya.

Located along the busy Nairobi – Nakuru Highway, the Greensteds International School is a day and boarding learning institution. Day scholars pay different amount of money as school fees from boarding students as indicated below.

Playgroup

Day school – Ksh42,000

Crèche

Day school – Ksh71,000

Nursery

Day school – Ksh82,000

Reception

Day school – Ksh82,000

Years 1 – 2

Day school – Ksh114,500

Boarding school – Ksh349,000

Years 3 – 4

Day school – Ksh153,500

Boarding school – Ksh420,000

Years 5 – 6

Day school – Ksh186,500

Boarding school – Ksh447,500

Year 7

Day school – Ksh242,000

Boarding school – Ksh559,000

Year 8

Day school – Ksh251,500

Boarding school – Ksh570,000

Year 9

Day school – Ksh264,000

Boarding school – Ksh619,000

Years 10 – 11

Day school – Ksh307,000

Boarding school – Ksh671,500

Years 12 – 13

Day school – Ksh374,000

Boarding school – Ksh734,500

St Andrews Turi Preparatory and Secondary School and Sixth Form College

It is a christian, leading international boarding school in Kenya offering the British curriculum for preparatory and A level boys and girls from across Africa.

The school is located in Molo in Nakuru County.

College school fees

Years 12 and 13 (Day School)

Ksh645,500 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 12 to 13 (Weekly Boarding)

Ksh943,400 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 12 to 13 (Full Boarding)

Ksh 993,100 fees (per term, including tuition)

Senior School fees

Years 9 (Day School)

Ksh 550,400 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 9 (Weekly Boarding)

Ksh 804,300 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 9 (Full Boarding)

Ksh 846,800 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 10 and 11 (Day School)

Ksh 596,400 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 10 and 11 (Weekly Boarding)

Ksh 871,600 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 10 to 11 (Full Boarding)

Ksh 917,500 fees (per term, including tuition)

Preparatory school fees

Nursery (Day only)

Ksh 166,000 fees (per term, including tuition)

Reception (Day only)

Ksh 332,000 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 1 to 2 (Day School)

Ksh 332,000 fees (per term, including tuition)

Year 1 – 2 (Weekly Boarding)

Ksh 630,800 fees (per term, including tuition)

Year 1- 2 (Full Boarding)

Ksh 663,900 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 3 to 4 (Day School)

Ksh 448,500 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 3 and 4 (Weekly Boarding)

Ksh 655,400 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 3 to 4 (Full Boarding)

Ksh 689,900 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 5 to 6 (Day School)

Ksh 480,700 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 5 to 6 (Weekly Boarding)

Ksh 702,500 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 5 to 6 (Full Boarding)

Ksh 739,500 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 7 to 8 (Day School)

Ksh 518,200 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 7 to 8 (Weekly Boarding)

Ksh 757,400 fees (per term, including tuition)

Years 7 to 8 (Full Boarding)

Ksh 797,300 fees (per term, including tuition)

Peponi School

This is an international secondary school in Ruiru, Kiambu County.

The school’s fee structure is as indicated below:

Admission fee – Ksh 10,000

Caution money for Kenyan residents – Ksh 275,000

Caution money for non-Kenyan residents – Ksh 350,000

Tuition fee for Day scholars – Ksh 696,675 per year

Tuition fee for weekly boarders – Ksh 928,725 per year

Tuition fee for full boarders – Ksh 983,400 per year

Brook House School

Brook House School is an independent British curriculum co-educational day and boarding school offering early years, preparatory and secondary school education.

Located in Lang’ata, Nairobi, the school’s fee structure is as indicated below:

Admission fee – Ksh 45,000

Caution money for Day school students – Ksh 100,000

Caution money for Boarding school students – Ksh 200,000

Tuition fees for Day school students l range from Ksh 245,000 to Ksh 600,000 per year while tuition fees for boarding students range from Ksh 950,000 to Ksh1,080,000 per year

Please note that the school fees are subject to change for each school. Next

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