Below, are the most expensive Schools in Tanzania in terms of annual tuition fees for 2019/2020 | Shule 10 za Gharama Kubwa Tanzania.
The Most Expensive Schools in Tanzania 2020
1. International School of Tanganyika (IST).
IST is an independent, private, not-for-profit day school located on two campuses in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Its annual basic fees ranges from Sh 34.57 million in pre-primary to Sh 71.46 million in High School.
2. Dar es Salaam International Academy (DIA).
This is an inclusive school whose teaching and learning practices encompass a variety of strategies, including arts and technology integration.
Situated in Dar es Salaam and adopting the IB curriculum, its annual School fees ranges from Sh 26.4 million in primary year program to Sh 43.5 million in High School.
3. Braeburn International School.
The schools actively value and celebrate diversity, nurturing personal growth by providing a friendly and supportive environment.
Braeburn is an international day and boarding School, adopting the IB curriculum.
Its annual basic fees ranges from Sh 9.8 million in primary to Sh 34.9 million in High School.
4. Iringa International School (IIS)
This school founded in 1993 by a group of parents who desired high-quality education for their children.
Their annual basic fee ranges from Sh 17+ million in pre-primary to Sh 28+ million in High School.
5. Kennedy House Schools.
Kennedy House International School is a leading international primary school for pupils aged 2-13.
KHS is a group of schools all over the world, they have a school in Arusha with Pre-Primary and Primary level.
Their fees ranges from Sh 7.5 million in Pre-Primary to Sh 27.8 million in Primary. It adopts the Cambridge curriculum
6. St. Constantine’s International School.
St. Constantine’s is a co-educational, day and boarding, British-style, international school, serving 650 students (including 90 boarders) from over 30 different countries.
It’s the one most expensive school in Arusha with an annual basic fee ranging from Sh 11.4 million in nursery to Sh 25.6 million in High School.
7. Heaven of Peace Academy (HOPAC).
The philosophy of the school has its foundation in the authoritative, inspired and infallible Word of God, the Bible.
Created in God’s image, man’s purpose is to glorify God in all life pursuits.
The school has an annual basic fee ranging from Sh 16.2 million in primary level to Sh 22.7 million in High School. HOPAC adopts the Cambridge curriculum.
8. Aga Khan Primary and Secondary School.
The school aims to provide a quality education that imparts a broad set of personal and intellectual skills which develops independent inquiry and critical thinking abilities.
A student’s annual basic fee ranges from Sh 8+ million in primary to Sh 22+ million in high school. Aga Khan adopts the IB curriculum.
9. International School of Moshi (ISM).
School have over 500 students, on two campuses, from over 40 different nationalities.
They provide a broad range of educational offerings whilst maintaining a high standard of individual care.
ISM is the most expensive School in Moshi, a student’s annual basic fees ranges from Sh 17 million in primary to Sh 20.3 million in High School. The school adopts the IB curriculum.
10. Morogoro International School (MIS).
This is the one of the oldest ‘genuine’ international schools in Tanzania. MIS annual basic fee of a student ranges from Sh 6.5 million in Kindergarten to Sh 18.2million in High School.
The School is the most expensive in Morogoro. The School adopts the Cambridge curriculum.