Expensive Kenyan Schools The high-class schools celebrities take their kids to (Full List)

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An in depth research by has established the most expensive schools where the rich and affluent in Kenya take their kids...

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Brookhouse School


Brookhouse seems to be a popular choice for many maybe due to its proximity to the CBD (its 10 km from the Nairobi's CBD) with one of the high-end schools producing an Oscar award winner.

Without further ado, check out where Kenyan celebrities take their offspring to:

1. Imani- Terryanne Chebet’s Daughter

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Former TV presenter Terryanne Chebet offers her daughter Imani the best education that money can buy at Pembroke House School which offers the British National Curriculum.

Located just outside Gilgil, Pembroke’s  term fees includes Kshs 595,000 per term for years 3-8 and Kshs 72,000 per term for Nursery shool.

2. Erica Gachoka- Ciku Muiruri's Daughter

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Erica Gachoka got to pursue her early education St. Andrews School Turi which is a preparatory and secondary independent school that is situated in Turi near Nakuru and Molo.

The school Fees at St Andrews ranges from Ksh 304,0007 -730,000 fees per term depending on your year of study and whether you are a day scholar or boarder.

3. Julie Gichuru Kids

play A throwback photo of Julie's kids Daniel, Kimoshe, Njeri and Joseph (Courtesy)

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Julie Gichuru’s children go to Brookhouse school, an independent British curriculum co-educational day and boarding school in Lang’ata on your way to Ongata Rongai.

Brookhouse School fees as we all know is pretty steep with the school fees ranging from 490,000-875,000 for years 2-5, with 6-8 paying 535,000 for day scholars and 920,000 Kshs for boarders.

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Years 9-11 pay 590,000-975,000 while those in year 12-13 which is Form 3 and Form 4 pay between 605,000-990,000.

4. Ian Waiguru

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Ian hit the headlines for the first time after he was spotted cruising around in a brand new Aston Martin at the height of his mother’s NYS Scandal where she was accused of stealing more than Sh1.8 billion during her time at the Ministry of Devolution and Planning.

Away from his mother’s scandal, Ian is aiming to make a name for himself in the electronics sector through his own electronics company called Something Inc. The company deals in customised electronics and accessories.

Ian went to Brookhouse School for his high school education before joining The University of Salford, Manchester in England.

5. Muhoho Kenyatta


Uhuru Kenyatta’s youngest son attended Peponi School on your way to Ruiru. A school that offers 'boujee' things like Water Polo, Gym and Aerobics which rare in most Kenyan schools.

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Full Boarders at Peponi pay 619,500; Weekly Boarders pay 588,000 while Day scholars pay 441,500 Kshs.

6. Laila-Mukhisa Kituyi’s daughter

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She is currently a student at the famous British university, King's College London pursuing her Masters of medicine, health, and public policy.

She is also a graduate of Psychology at the University of Sussex and also studied at the International School of Kenya (ISK).

When it comes to paying an arm and leg for school fess, ISK takes the cake.

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The school fees ranges from about 1.6 Million Kshs per year for Kindergarten to 3 Million Kshs for grades 11 – 12.

7. Lupita Nyong’o

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Anyang’ Nyong’o’s daughter attended Rusinga International School for her early years before joining St. Mary's School in Nairobi for her International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).

After leaving St Mary’s she earned her bachelor's degree in film and theater studies from Hampshire College before joining one of the prestigious Ivy League schools. Lupita went to the Yale School of Drama where she pursued a master's degree in acting.

8. Alvin Kabogo

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Kabogo’s son recently graduated from the University of Brighton where international student pay from £12,660 -£13,920(1.7 Million Ksh-1.85 Million Kshs) per year with first time international student paying a tuition fee deposit of £2,500 (About 332,000 Kshs).

play The standard tuition fees for undergraduate and postgraduate international students at Brighton


He is now pursuing an MSc in Marketing strategy and innovation at University of Westminster.

Before joining University, he went to Greensteds International School Kenya whose school fees ranges from 355,000- 668,000 Kshs for years 12-13 to 105,000- 318,000 for year 1-2. (The difference in school fees for the years is due to the fact that boarders pay more).

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Alvin also went to Brookhouse School.

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