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Inside the high-end school Zari Hassan’s eldest son attends (Photos)

Only the best for Pinto!

And that is why she has pooled all her resources to ensure that her eldest son attends one of the most expensive schools in South Africa.

Pinto attends the St Albans school in Pretoria South Africa where day scholars pay R130 470 per annum (approx. Ksh1, 064,982) while boarders pay R229 410 per annum (approx. Khs1, 872,596).

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For this fee, parents are assured that the students get to enjoy quality teaching and a curriculum above the rest.

Students also engage is sports like Rugby, Cricket, Hockey, Basketball, Rowing, Water Polo, Tennis, Squash and Golf.

Albanians get to enrol in cool clubs like Bridge Club, Caffeine Club, Chess Club, Fly Fishing, Guitar Club and Jazz club among others.

While at the school, Pinto participates in Rugby and Basketball .

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