A number of times, Kenyan celebrities have shared stories or rags to riches, detailing how they gre up in poverty but eventually pulled through.
However, there is another category who never share such stories as their were born in riches and went through some of the most prestigious schools in the country.
In no particular order, here is a list of Kenyan celebrities who attended some of the most expensive schools in Kenya.
The media personality who doubles up as the founder of the Inua Dada Foundation, which empowers young girls attended Brookhouse School, Nairobi.
The school charges KSh 2.1 million for boarding and tuition from students in years 12 and 13.
The outspoken Citizen TV news anchor attended Rusinga High School in Nairobi.
The 36-year-old school charges KSh 408,500 shillings per term which translates to KSh 1.2 million per year.
Also known as Almasi, the former Machachari actor is among Kenyan celebrities who attended Brookhouse School.
As earlier stated, Brookhouse charges KSh 2.1 million for boarding and tuition from students in years 12 and 13.
The Kenyan actor and film director completed his primary education in International School of Tanganyika.
He later joined Braeside School located at Muthangari Road Lavington, Nairobi for his Secondary Education.
The media personality who has previously worked at Royal Media Services’ Citizen TV and Mediamax-owned TV station K24 is also among Kenyan celebs who attended the country’s most expensive schools.
She is alumnae of Rusinga School which is among expensive schools in the country.
Being the son of prominent politician, the Late Mbiyu Koinange, he is proud alumnae of the Famous Saints Mary’s School.
The Citizen TV news anchor schooled together with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The popular gospel singer studied at State House Girls’ but later got a scholarship and moved to Hillcrest High School which is among the expensive schools in Kenya.