How many Braeburn schools are there in Kenya?
With 16 co-educational international schools in Kenya and Tanzania, we celebrate the diversity of our 3,600 pupils whilst nurturing their personal growth in a friendly and supportive environment.
How many Braeburn schools are there?
The Braeburn Group of International Schools operates 16 co-educational international schools spread over 9 campuses across Kenya and Tanzania providing world class teaching of the British National Curriculum, IGCSE and GCE A-Levels to over 3,600 pupils.
How much is the fee of International school of Kenya?
Tuition and Fees
|Tuition Fees: 2022-23
|Grades 1 – 5
|Grades 6 – 8
|Grades 9 – 10
|Grades 11 – 12
Is Braeburn a boarding school?
Braeburn Imani International School offers a full boarding program which means that the students spend the term in school and leave the facility at half term break or at the end of the term.
How old is Braeburn school?
The 28 acre Garden Estate campus became just a Sixth Form College… but not for long. In 2008 at a seminal board meeting in April, I presented a paper that proposed to expand Garden Estate to a full school from Foundation to A-level/IB diploma. The full school opened in September 2009 and has grown ever since.
Who owns Brookhouse school?
Educationalist and entrepreneur, Dr Eddah Gachukia founded both a successful group of private schools and a university in Kenya. A pioneer in business and education, Dr Mary Okelo was the first woman bank manager in Kenya and founded a successful group of private schools.
How much are private schools in Kenya?
According to the the International Schools Database 2021, the international schools charged a maximum of Ksh3. 37 million fees per year for each student. The report further indicated that the average fee paid in a majority of schools was Ksh828,096 per year with the cheapest schools charging Ksh118,040.
What is the most popular school in Kenya?
Overall, the most popular 15 schools according to the 2018 placement data are Pangani Girls, Alliance High, Alliance Girls, Mangu, Lenana, Nairobi School, Starehe Boys,Maseno school, Kapsabet Boys, Maranda High, Kenya High and Limuru Girls. Others are Moi Girls Eldoret, MaryHill and Nakuru Girls.
Who owns Brookside School?
Started in 1981, the school was owned by Piyush Mehta (the founder), Victoria Bank and PE firm AfricInvest with a controlling stake of 25%, 20% and 30% respectively. They have now relinquished their shares to Educas, the UK fund.
Who is the owner of Peponi School?
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s family is known to be fabulously wealthy with varied interests in nearly all the key sectors of the economy. In the education sector, the family owns and manages of the country’s most expensive private schools – Peponi House.
How much does it cost to send a child to school in Kenya?
According to the International Schools Database, private school fees typically range from KSh 635,000 a year to KSh 2.9 million (the equivalent of about $ 6,300 to $ 30,000) a year. Even a private kindergarten costs $ 3000 a year – 17 % more than a PhD student pays per year at a public university!