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Greensteds International School Fees Structure (Updated 2019)

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Greensteds International School Fees: Established in 1936 by Mr. & Mrs. Greensteds as a Junior School, Greensteds has blossomed over the years and grown into a large school providing quality education from Early Years (age 2), all the way through to Sixth Form (age 18).

Located in the scenic Nakuru Region in Kenya, the School today stands on a 50-acre landscaped site and has seen numerous developments – from the building of dormitories and new classrooms to the addition of IT suites and a Music Technology room.

The spacious recreational facilities include a 25m swimming pool, stables and a campsite, making Greensteds a very attractive rural campus. The School is non-selective and truly international, with pupils and teachers from many cultures and all parts of the world.

Greensteds International School Fees Effective for 2019

DAY BOARDING
KSHS KSHS
Play Group 45,000 _
Creche 76,000 _
Nursery 88,000 _
Reception 88,000 _
Years 1 – 2 122,000 372,000
Years 3 – 4 164,500 447,500
Years 5 – 6 196,500 479,000
Years 7 – 8 259,000 595,500
Years 9 281,000 659,500
Years 10 – 11 317,000 715,000
Years 12 – 13 380,000 786,000

 

These fees are per term and boarding fees are inclusive of all accommodation, meals and tuition. Textbooks and exercise books are provided, as are Lunch and snack breaks for day students.

READ MORE: Top 10 most expensive schools in Kenya (Updated 2019)

Entry Fees

Admission fee KSHS USD
Early Years (Crèche to Reception) 25,000 _
Residents (Yrs1-13) 50,000 _
Non Residents (Yrs 1-13) _ 2000
Caution Money – Refundable (one off payment Early Years 20,000 _
Years 1-13 50,000 _
Year 12 or ‘A’ Level Fees _
Science Subjects
Surcharge – Per Term
5,000 _

Discounts

5% for a second sibling of the same parents.
10% for a third sibling of the same parents.
15% for a fourth and subsequent sibling of the same parents.
10% for the children of fee paying Greensteds Alumni parents.

Payment Date

Please note that fees are payable on the first day of the term.

School’s Vision

To provide a dynamic, holistic and enriching environment, where students of every ability and nationality can pursue their own pathways, to excel as global leaders and citizens of integrity.

School’s Mission

To be Kenya’s leading co-educational day and boarding school, providing an outstanding, broad and balanced education based on the National Curriculum of England & Wales, from Early Years to ‘A’ level. This is achieved in a friendly family atmosphere that nurtures an inclusive community, where the emotional, physical, creative and intellectual needs of all students are met within a truly international setting.

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