In our previous post, we talked about the 10 most expensive international schools in Uganda. In this post, we will take a look at the 10 most expensive international schools in South Africa.
The most expensive schools come at a cost due to it quality of education, facilities, and even the courses they take. Bear in mind, all of the international schools offer international programs. We have put together a list of the 10 most expensive international schools below:
St. Alban’s College Lynnwood Glen (R264, 900)
It’s an all-boys college established to provide academic needs for boys who could not attend public school due to religious constraints or locations.
St. Andrew’s School Bedfordview (R265 270)
It was established in 2007 by Johannesburg Heritage Foundation.
St. Mary’s School Waverley (R272 240)
It was founded in 1888, and the school is a private African English medium and boarding school for girls. It is located in Gauteng.
Kearnsney College Botha (R277 200)
It’s a very diverse school that accepts different kinds of students from different parts of the world.
Bishops Diocesan College – (R277 800)
The school has had several important alumni. The school is known for its sporting achievement.
St. John’s School Houghton (R284 198)
It offers International Baccalaureate (IB) programs that prepare students for the university experience. The school curricula promote creative thinking among its students.
Roedean School (R287,558)
It’s an all-elite girls’ school founded in 1904 that accepts girls from the ages of 7 to 13 years. It has a diverse curriculum.
St. Andrews College Grahamstown (R291 000)
It’s a private Anglican school known for its academic excellence.
Michaelhouse (R303 600)
It was established in 1896. The school has offered quality education to its students for over a century. It has deep roots in the Anglican church.
Hilton College (R331 550)
The most expensive school in South Africa. It has students from over 80 countries in the world offering courses in Afrikaans and English. It has state-of-art facilities.
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