Sudden U -Turn On School fees As Goverment Announces The Following Major Changes
School Fees for Secondary Schools strategically placed within the Kenyan borders has taken a major U-Turn after the Kenyan Government announced a mega reversion to the previous fees charged before the COVID-19 period.
Speaking via the Ministry of Education today the 23rd day of November 2022, the Kenyan Government has declared that all parents and guardians of learners undertaking their studies at the distinguished Secondary Schools in the country will be required to pay higher amounts of schools as from January next year.
The Kenyan government has announced an increase in school fees for County and Sub County schools dotted across the country from Ksh 35,000 to Ksh 40, 535 per year starting from 2023.
The Kenyan government has further articulated that parents with learners at National and Extra County schools strategically placed within the Kenyan borders will be required to pay school fees amounting to Ksh 52,355 per year as from next year 2023.
A circular by Basic Education PS Jwan Julius says the fees holiday that saw some parents get reprieve of up to Sh8,500 will end as government reverts to fees charged before Covid-19.
— KTN News (@KTNNewsKE) November 23, 2022