- School has resumed its virtual education program for the 2020-2021 academic year
Brookhouse school in Kenya has announced no tuition or fees increase for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The management of Brookhouse School on Monday said the institution does not require any fee for re-enrollment of its students as per the letter sent to parents on 5th August 2020.
“The re-enrolment form is a standard form used around the world by schools as a means of better administrative planning for timetable delivery and how best to arrange classes for the start of a new academic year,” Brookhouse Director Rabih Saab.
“Brookhouse decided to adopt this best practice administrative mechanism at the beginning of 2020, long before the pandemic issue arose. There is no payment related to the re-enrolment form.”
On Friday, parents association at Brookhouse Schools had protested that the school was allegedly demanding money for the re-enrollment of the students.
On the other hand, the School has announced the resumption of its education program for the 2020-2021 academic year that commences on 18th August 2020 through virtual learning for all its students following consultations with the Kenya Association of International Schools (KAIS).
The management since the onset of the COVID 19 Pandemic, the school’s virtual delivery has been the enabler of academic progression.
“Students have been able to finish the 2019/20 academic year, complete their assessments towards final IGCSE and A-Level grades and take the next step in their academic journey, starting their next grade in August 2020.”
Founded in Kenya in 1981, Brookhouse has campuses in Nairobi’s Karen and Runda.