(Last Updated On: July 26, 2015)
If your pockets have unlimited spending, then for sure you will want to take your kids to the best school that money can buy. When they are young and still attending primary and high school you don’t really want them to go to another country away from you. So here in Kenya there are a number of really expensive high end schools. Lets start!
10. Kenton College Preparatory School.
It is located in Kileleshwa where a number of very rich people live. Here it costs an average of Ksh675,918 per term. It is also considered to be in the top 5oo Preparatory Schools in The World.
9. The Banda School
The school is in Lang’ata just next to the Nairobi National Park. It offers the British curriculum and considered to be the best international schools in Kenya. Here you pay an average of Ksh695,000 per term in tuition fees.
8. Gems Cambridge International School.
It is located in Karen, another hub of high net worth individuals. It is owned by GEMS Education. Tuition fee is around Ksh718,000 per term.
7. Braeburn Imani International School.
Owned by the Braeburn Group of Schools. Located along Mang’u Road and offers British Curriculum at the early levels. Fees per term is around Ksh727,000.
6. Hillcrest International School.
It is located in the South West of Nairobi in Karen. It has various levels to cater for every stage of education, these are Hillcrest Early Years, Hillcrest Preparatory, Hillcrest Secondary and Hillcrest Senior School. Fees per term is Ksh782,000 on average
5. Peponi School
This is allegedly owned by the Kenyatta Family and is located just a few kilometers from the Thika Highway. A lot of investment has been put into the school and you can get activities such as water polo. Fees per term is around Ksh792,000.
4. Brookhouse School
This may be one of the most popular ones thanks to its building which resembles Hogwarts School of Withcraft and Wizadry in the fictional book Harry Potter. It offers a British curriculum and fees per semester is Ksh830,000.
3. St Andrews Turi
It is located in Turi which is between Kericho and Nakuru. Tuition fees per term is around Ksh994,500.
2. Greensteds International School
Located 6km from Nakuru and just near Nakuru National Park. Here you will spend Ksh1,010,000 per term.
1. International School of Kenya.
This is where the richest folks send their kids. It is the largest international school in Kenya which offers a North American curriculum plus the International Baccalaureate Diploma program. Here you pay Ksh2,070,204 per term.