Boarding Schools are very popular in Africa. Discover our selection of the Best Boarding Schools in Africa.
Why choosing a Boarding School?
Students and parents initially choose a boarding school for more challenging academics. Students are stimulated intellectually in ways they never were before in their schools. A boarding school ensures that students are immersed in an educational world where learning is central to all activities. A class size of 12 is the average at most boarding schools. Students are encouraged to think and share. They actively participate in their learning. Teachers live on campus and are available for extra help after the school day ends.
Study in Africa
Students who study in Africa earn academic qualifications that are recognised and respected around the world. Africa has a diverse, welcoming and vibrant society that offers international students a unique cultural experience in a beautiful environment. Study in Africa is an excellent pathway into world renowned international universities.
Our selection of the Best Boarding Schools in Africa
Brookhouse is a co-educational day and boarding school for children aged 2 – 19, offering an adapted form of the British National Curriculum to Kenyan…
Yearly Tuition FEE (MIN) : $ 7,100
Yearly Tuition FEE (MAX) : $ 19,000
Pembroke House is one of Kenya’s leading British Curriculum co-educational Preparatory Schools.We offer a first-rate educational experience for children aged 2 to 13 in 155…
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St Andrew’s School, Turi is one of the top independent Christian boarding international schools in Kenya offering the British Curriculum to pupils aged 5 to…
Yearly Tuition FEE (MIN) : USD 15,000
Yearly Tuition FEE (MAX) : USD 24,000
International School Moshi is a fully accredited international school providing an education for children from both the local and expatriate communities from age 3 to…
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