KENYA'S SUPER RICH FAMILIES: THE SCHOOLS THEY TAKE THEIR CHILDREN AND WHO THEY MARRY...SEE WHO IS IN THE LIST OF THE CHOSEN FEW!!
Caution money alone costs Sh200,000 payable one for boarders and Sh100,000 for day scholars. It costs about Sh9.1 million to complete primary and secondary education in this elite school in Karen, Nairobi.
The curriculam is not GHC and such, but goes beyond knowing where River Nyando is on the Kenyan map. Education here is based on six pillars: internationalism, democracy, environment, adventure, leadership and service.
There are only two schools in Africa that are members of Round Square International, a group of schools who teaching go beyond academia. The two schools are in Kenya: Starehe Boys’ Centre and Brookhouse!
Expensive schools allow for exchange programs.
In 2009, students from Kettes College – where former British Prime Minister Tony Blair studied – “exchanged notes” with their counterparts in Kenya’s Peponi, Banda and Pembroke House Schools .
In December 2012, a group of 22 children from St Andrews Turi travelled to London on a week of immersion into the music and culture of London for a sense of “internationalism” One of the top achievers at St Andrews Turi is Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o, a relative of Kisumu Senator Prof Anyang Nyong’o.
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