Crawford International School launches in Kenya at Tatu City


Crawford International School, part of the ADvTECH group from South Africa, was officially launched in Kenya at Tatu City in Kiambu County.

Crawford International School Kenya will have a capacity of 1,700 students. The school will follow the UK curriculum and the Cambridge International Examinations Board as the preferred program choice in most subjects. Students will be prepared for the IGCSE and on time for the A level exams.

The school will have a boarding school and a day school. Boarding will take place in different forms (dormitory, shared or individual rooms) depending on availability and the age of the students. Each boarding unit has a personal study room, modern en-suite bathrooms, a shared lounge and TV area, high-speed wireless connections, computer facilities, a lounge dining, laundry, sanatorium with a dedicated nurse sister as well as an on-site counselor and mentors. . Girls and boys are housed in separate wings. For day schools, the school also has a fleet of buses to transport them to and from the school.

Dr Pius Mutisya Director of Quality Assurance and Standards, State Department of Education and Ms Jenny Coetzee MD Crawford International School Kenya

Speaking at the official opening ceremony of the school today, Ms Jenny Coetzee, Executive Director of Crawford International School, Kenya said: Who can give their children the right path and support their growth and development careers. Drawing on our experience of over 25 years in South Africa, where we have nineteen top performing private schools, we have helped thousands of Crawford students enter the tertiary space with a solid academic foundation, internationally oriented and solid. This is the kind of experience and knowledge that we transfer to our students, or the Crawfordians here in Kenya. ”

Crawford International School Kenya is part of CrawfordSchools, a subsidiary of the ADvTECH group, leader in high-end private education in South Africa since 1993. The group recently acquired the Makini group of schools in Nairobi and Kisumu, marking the start of a five-year expansion strategy in the East African region.


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