What is a Boarding School?
A boarding school is a school where pupils live within premises while being given formal instruction. The word “boarding” is used in the sense of “room and board”, i.e. lodging and meals.
As they have existed for many centuries, and now extend across many countries, their functioning, codes of conduct, and ethos vary greatly. Children in boarding schools study and live during the school year with their fellow students and possibly teachers or administrators.
Best Boarding Schools In Kenya
Brookhouse International School
Brookhouse School also known as Brookhouse International School is an independent British curriculum co-educational day and boarding school which offers nursery, primary and secondary schooling, usually children from 2-19 years. It is located in Langata, a suburb of Nairobi.
The school was opened in 1981 and caters to pupils from Pre-school to A-level, with an enrollment of over 1100 students from over 40 countries.
The schools offer the British National Curriculum to Kenyan and other international pupils.
The Brookhouse School has two different campuses; Karen Campus and Runda Campus which are home to 850 and 230 respectively
Pembroke House is one of the international schools in Kenya. It is a leading British Curriculum co-educational Preparatory School found in Nakuru, Kenya. The school, first established in the year 1927 is over 90 years old.
They offer a first-rate educational experience for children aged 2 to 13 on 155 acres of the stunning Kenyan Great Rift Valley.
Pembroke House offers full boarding but with a modern, responsive approach in order to support our parents and children the very best we can.
Hillcrest International School
Boarding at Hillcrest is seen as a valuable opportunity for students to grow in independence while they enhance their learning experiences.
The approach is very much in keeping with the vision of inspiring each child to achieve personal excellence as a valuable member of our global community and we support every aspect of your child’s development — educational and social.
Offering a safe and secure family environment, boarding at Hillcrest offers every student the opportunity to live and learn in a caring, purposeful, and multicultural community and their care is of paramount importance
International School of Kenya
The International School of Kenya is an international school for pre-kindergarten to grade 12 located on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya. It was established in 1976.
The International School of Kenya has been rated the best boarding school in Kenya and the most expensive. The school is known to be stuffed with state-of-the-art facilities.
St. Andrews Turi School
St. Andrews Turi School is a British primary and secondary independent school situated in Turi and often referred to by that name.
St Andrew’s School is a co-educational, Christian boarding school offering the British Curriculum to pupils aged five to thirteen in the Preparatory school and thirteen to nineteen in the Senior School and College.
The school’s curriculum is predominantly based on the British model, with students sitting IGCSE and A’ Levels, and as such, many of the teachers are British trained.
The student population is made up of pupils from a large number of countries; however, the overwhelming majority of students are Kenyan, Ugandan, Tanzanian, Nigerian, and Rwandan.
Greensteds International School
Greensteds International School is one of the private boarding schools in Kenya with a high reputation.
The school was established in the year 1936 in Nakuru, Kenya.
Over the years the school has recorded a lot of outstanding breakthroughs in academics, arts, sports, etc.
Which is the most expensive private school in Kenya?
International School of Kenya (ISK)
ISK tops the list of the most expensive schools in Kenya. The school has almost 1000 students from over 60 countries. The institution is a non-profit center that started as a joint partnership between the Canadian and United States governments.
Which school is the most populated in Kenya?
Bungoma DEB Primary school
Bungoma DEB Primary School children are seated on the floor during morning assembly. Since the government rolled out the free primary education program in 2003, there has been an increase in the number of pupils joining the school.