2 Kenyan students to get ISK scholarships

January 30, 2014
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, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 30 – The International School of Kenya (ISK) has launched a scholarship program where it will cover the full tuition fees for two Kenyan students through high school.

In a statement, the school stated that the program will provide opportunities for low to middle income Kenyan students to participate in an academically rich and culturally diverse learning environment.

A student who has been awarded a scholarship will be entitled to receive it for the duration of his or her time at ISK, provided the student remains in good standing, academically and socially.

“The program provides opportunities for low to middle income Kenyan students to participate in an academically rich and culturally diverse learning environment. Application is open only to Kenyan citizens with proven financial need. In order to qualify, applicants must be 14 years of age by July 2014, and not older than 17 years,” the statement said.

Applicants must have completed primary school education and have high academic achievement and sound leadership skills.

They must also have the ability to live in Nairobi with family or guardians.

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