List of International Schools in Mombasa


Here is the full list of international schools in Mombasa

  • Jaffery Academy; since all children may learn at their own pace given the correct environment, opportunity, and support, Jaffery Academy never loses sight of the individuality of any child entrusted to its care. The ultimate aim of the School is to strengthen minds and instill confidence in every learner so they may all contribute to society. This school does not make its fees public, however it takes children who are 3yrs old to 18yrs. It also uses the British Curriculum but it also allows children to learn other foreign languages.
  • Braeburn Mombasa International School; In Mombasa, Kenya, there is a co-educational international school called Braeburn Mombasa International School. From the age of two up to eighteen, BMIS accepts and instructs students, closely adhering to the National Curriculum of England and Wales. The yearly school fees of this school amounts to ksh.1,114,500. They offer foreign languages in their curriculum and extracurricular activities, it also accommodates 200 students.
  • The Mombasa Academy; A private, coeducational international school, the Mombasa Academy is located in Mombasa, Kenya. The British curriculum is used in MA. Mr. F.J. Bentley, a pioneer of private education in Kenya, founded the school in 1978. Its location in Nyali, a prestigious residential district, made sure that the many expatriate families living nearby made up the majority of its population. This school fees has not been made public.
  • The Coast Academy; this school was established in the year 1970 by the Academic Services Limited. This Academy is divided into two sections; the Junior school (Playgroup to year six) and the senior school (year 7 to A level), they also provide a conducive learning environment for all students with enough spacious facility. The Coast Academy is located in Kizingo. The maximum amount of fees yearly in this school is ksh.160,000.
  • MM Shah and MV Shah Academy; this is a school with a distinct goal and vision as well as rigorous standards for achievement. They give their students excellent opportunities to learn in a secure and an organized atmosphere, while providing effective instructional leadership. They also support constructive home school relationships, regularly assess student’s development and promptly provide feedback to their parents. Here the parents, guardians and sponsors part with at least ksh.245000 fees annually. The age allowed is from five years to eleven years. They also use the international curriculum to teach their students.
  • KenCada International Academy; The KenCada International Academy focuses on academic success and experiential learning while educating the whole child and offering unique educational opportunities, they use the Canadian, international curriculum and they take children ages three to eleven. They have not made their school fees public yet.
  • Light International School Mombasa; Light International School Mombasa is a distinctive co-educational day school that educates children from various cultural and geographic backgrounds in the Cambridge International Curriculum from Kindergarten through A-level. The annual school fees in this school ranges from ksh.162,000 to ksh.647,000.
  • Greenwood Groove Academy; it is situated in Nyali, Mombasa. The Greenwood Groove Academy is an IGSE school having both the Junior and Senior schools. They also use the British curriculum to teach the students from ages three to eighteen years old. Their school fees is unknown to the public since they do not display it online.
  • Bright International Academy; this school uses both the Kenyan and the British curriculums, it is also an integrated nursery and primary school taking children from age two to eleven years. They are yet to make their school fees public.
  • Oshwal Academy Mombasa; In this fast-paced 21st-century learning environment, Oshwal Academy Mombasa is home to a varied set of students who benefit from a balanced curriculum that helps them to flourish both in and out of the classroom. OAM is a vibrant, encouraging learning atmosphere that offers a diverse, all-encompassing educational experience that fosters knowledge, skills, leadership, and independent study in a global society. Their school fees has not yet been made public. They take children with from age of one to eighteen years old.
  • Deenway International School; he main goal of Deenway International School is to mold the next generation into progressive, dynamic people who are also conscious of and proud of their Islamic identity and heritage. The school is an integrated learning center that offers holistic Islamic studies and the British National Curriculum – Edexcel. The DIS is an equal opportunity center and has embraced the 21st-century learning methodologies, which require students to master content while producing, synthesizing, and evaluating information from a wide range of subjects and sources with an understanding of and respect for diverse cultures and, above all, the Islamic Values.
  • The Aga Khan Academy Mombasa; International Baccalaureate World School designation designates The Aga Khan Academy Mombasa. It is the first of the Aga Khan Academies His Highness the Aga Khan founded. His goal is to provide top-notch education and comprehensive opportunity to help young people grow into confident, all-around individuals who will make moral leaders of the future. Modern facilities, a diverse student body, and a skilled faculty and staff are all aspects of The Aga Khan Academy Mombasa. The school houses 160 students, ages 10 to 19, in cozy, contemporary boarding houses. The Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa also equips students with the skills necessary to develop into independent thinkers and learners through inquiry-based, student-led teaching methods. They use IB curriculum which is usually demanding, comprehensive, and balanced, providing students with strong personal values in addition to outstanding subject knowledge.
  • The Scholars Castle International School; It is situated in Beach road, Nyali in Mombasa. From year 1 to year 13, the school offers students aged 6 to 19 an international education. While students in years 12 and 13 are prepared for the A level exam, those in years 10 and 11 are prepared for the IGCSE.