Year Founded: 2006
Other languages used/taught: French is taught as a foreign language. English Language Learning Services are also provided at no additional cost to students who need additional support in English language acquisition.
Application Fee: 50 USD
Testing Fee: 50 USD
Capital Development Fee: 900 USD (maximum 1800 USD per family)
Enrollment Deposit: 1,500 USD per family
Student Enrollment period: KICS has a rolling admissions process. Applications are accepted as long as there are places available in a particular grade level.
Elementary Grades 1-5
Middle School Grades 6-8
High School Grades 9-12
Annual Tuition Fees
5,500 USD (Half Day) / 8,500 USD (Full Day)
Currently over 80% of students are receiving need-based financial aid. Inquire here for the financial aid application.
After School/Extracurricular Activities: After school activities vary by grade level. In secondary, KICS currently offer Model United Nations, Student Council, Basketball, Football, and Cross Country. Primary activities include science club, swimming, football, Bible club, Tae Kwon Do, and Kinyarwanda dance.
Class size: The maximum class size in secondary is 24 students. The maximum class size in upper primary is 22 students, and the class size in lower primary is 18 students.
What makes KICS unique? KICS is an international school with students from 22 different countries. Students have the unique opportunity to interact with staff and students from all over the world. In addition, KICS is US-accredited, meaning that a KICS diploma or report card has the same credibility of one earned in the States.
How does KICS support children with different learning styles or needs? KICS has a Learning Support program to serve the needs of its students. The learning support program includes a gifted/talented program, English Language Learning, and support for students with mild to moderate special needs.
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