What is a Cambridge School?
Cambridge schools are part of a global community working to prepare students for success in our changing world. All schools offering Cambridge qualifications must demonstrate their eligibility to do so by successfully registering with us.
Best Cambridge Schools In Kenya
International School of Kenya
Address: QQ97+7M7, Kirawa Road Nairobi City KE, Kinanda Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Number of students: 1,000
Phone: +254 733 639363
Woodland Star International School
Address: Brackenhurst Tigoni, Kenya
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 8 am Mon
Phone: +254 715 741041
Emerald International School
Address: Estate Nairobi KE, Kenya
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 7:30 am Mon
Phone: +254 792 882032
Greensteds International School
Address: Nairobi Highway, Nakuru, Kenya
Hours: Open 24 hours
Phone: +254 770 076271
Nairobi International School (Senior School)
Address: Maji Mazuri Rd, James Gichuru Road, Nairobi, Kenya
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5 pm ⋅ Opens 9 am Sat
Phone: +254 727 379149
What is the best British system school in Kenya?
Rusinga School is one of the best international schools in Kenya. It follows the British National Curriculum.
Up to year 9, students study the set national curriculum subjects but some are adapted to suit the Kenyan structure. In year 10&11, they follow a 2 year IGCSE course administered by the University of Cambridge.
What is the Cambridge curriculum in Kenya schools?
The Cambridge framework provides curricula for the key subjects of English, Mathematics and Science. Other subjects are based upon the English National Curriculum. They include History, ICT (Computers), Physical Education, Geography and Global Perspectives.
What is the most prestigious school in Kenya?
The International School of Kenya (ISK) is arguably the most expensive in Kenya and East Africa. The institution, founded in 1976, is co-owned by the US embassy and the Canadian government.
How much does Cambridge International School cost in Kenya?
Gems Cambridge International School
The institution provides learning based on the British National Curriculum. Students pay around Kshs 718,000 per term. But those in the senior year, i.e., Grade 13, pay 1,640 343 per year. This amount is exclusive of boarding fees.