How To Apply For Secondary School Scholarships In Kenya

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The Constitution of Kenya sets out basic education as up to form four in Kenya. It is therefore, imperative that all Kenyan children access this basic right to education in Kenya. Many Kenyans are, however, locked out of the opportunity to proceed to high school in Kenya due to lack of funds for school fees. This is despite having scored highly in their KCPE examinations in Kenya. The Starehe Girls Centre in Kenya and Starehe Boys centre in Kenya offer free secondary education to needy students in Kenya, but not all of them can get into these centres. Some charitable and corporate organisations in Kenya have, therefore, set up funds to provide bright and financially needy pupils with scholarships in Kenya to pursue secondary school education. Some of the scholarship funds in Kenya that support needy students in Kenya to pursue secondary school education in Kenya are:

Hilde Back Education Fund in Kenya

Hilde Back Education Fund in Kenya is a charity organization in Kenya that offers secondary school scholarships in Kenya to bright but needy pupils in Kenya. The secondary school scholarships in Hilde Back Education Fund covers tuition fees for all four years of high school. The Hilde Back Education Fund for secondary school students in Kenya is eligible to both boys in Kenya and girls in Kenya, who score a minimum of 380 marks in KCPE examinations in Kenya. Application forms for Hilde Back Education Fund in Kenya are available at the offices of the Hilde Back foundation in Nairobi. The application forms for the secondary school scholarships in Kenya can also be gotten from all district education offices in Kenya. HBEF offices in Kenya are located in Haven Court in Westlands part of Nairobi on Block B5. You can contact Hilde Back Education Fund in Nairobi via +254 20 4442961 or on P.O. Box 14741-00100 Nairobi. The application forms for the HBEF secondary school scholarships in Kenya must be filled and sent to the address indicated above together with requisite supporting documents. These secondary school scholarships in Kenya are available to pupils in Kenya who sat their KCPE in a public primary school located in Githunguri, Kikuyu, Narok, Homabay, Tharaka South, Kibwezi and Likuyani Districts in Kenya. You can get more information on HBEF website in Kenya on http://hildebackeducationfund.com/index.php/page/content/How_it_works 

Family Bank Education Scholarship Fund in Kenya

The newest offerer of scholarships to secondary school students in Kenya is the Family Bank Group Foundation Funds in Kenya. The Family Bank Group Foundation Funds in Kenya is offering secondary school scholarships in Kenya for the four years of high school, to students in Kenya admitted to National schools in Kenya or Provincial schools in Kenya. Financial need of a student in Kenya must be demonstrated for one to qualify for the Family Bank Group Foundation Funds in Kenya. Application forms for Family Bank Education Scholarship Fund in Kenya are available at all Family Bank branches in Kenya or the school scholarships application forms can be downloaded at the family bank group foundation website http://www.advance-africa.com/Bank-Scholarship.html  and then submitted at the family bank branches in Kenya.

KCB Bank Group Foundation Scholarship in Kenya

Two hundred scholarships in Kenya are available to Kenyan pupils through KCB Foundation Scholarships programme in Kenya. KCB Bank Foundation Scholarships in Kenya are available to bright pupils in Kenta who can prove their financial need. Application forms of KCB Bank Foundation Scholarships are available to be downloaded from the KCB bank group website or from any KCB bank branch in Kenya. Kenya Commercial Bank in Kenya also offers mentorship through their KCB Bank Partner Palm House Foundation. More details are available on the KCB bank group foundation website at http://www.advance-africa.com/KCB-Foundation-Scholarships.html .

Cooperative Bank Scholarships in Kenya

Cooperative Bank secondary school scholarships in Kenya are available to needy bright students in Kenya, who sat KCPE in Kenya and got admission to National secondary schools in Kenya or Provincial Secondary schools in Kenya. The Cooperative Bank scholarships in Kenya, however, are only available to those whose one parent or guardian is a member of a Cooperative Society in Kenya. Application forms for Cooperative Bank scholarships in Kenya are available for download from the Cooperative Bank website in Kenya at http://www.advance-africa.com/Co-operative-Bank-Foundation-Scholarships-Kenya.html  , or from any Cooperative Bank branch in Kenya, or Cooperative Bank agent in Kenya. The application forms for Cooperative Bank scholarship fund in Kenya are later dropped in Cooperative Bank branches in Kenya, after filling and attaching the required documents such as KCPE result slips in Kenya.

Jomo Kenyatta Foundation Scholarships in Kenya

The Jomo Kenyatta Foundation in Kenya offers scholarships to Kenyans who sat KCPE in Kenya the previous year. The students in Kenya eligible for Jomo Kenyatta Foundation scholarships in Kenya, must be admitted to public National secondary schools in Kenya or Provincial secondary schools in Kenya. Preference however in Jomo Kenyatta Foundation scholarships selection in Kenya, is given to those who sat KCPE in public schools in Kenya. Financial need of a student in Kenya must be demonstrated, and the Jomo Kenyatta Foundation scholarships in Kenya covers the full cost of high school for four years. Get more information at http://www.advance-africa.com/Jomo-Kenyatta-Foundation-Scholarships.html 

Equity Bank Foundation and MasterCard Foundation Wings to Fly Scholarships in Kenya

Equity Bank and Master Card Wings to Fly Scholarships in Kenya is the most well known of all secondary school scholarships in Kenya. Equity Bank and Master Card Wings to Fly Scholarships in Kenya are offered to needy pupils in Kenya who score a minimum of 350 marks in their KCPE. The students in Kenya eligible for the Wings To Fly secondary school scholarship program in Kenya, via Equity Group Foundation in Kenya and MasterCard Foundation in Kenya, must demonstrate financial need. Applications for the Wings To Fly scholarships in Kenya are available for download at Equity Bank Foundation website in Kenya at http://equitygroupfoundation.com/index.php/our-pillars/education-leadership/wings-to-fly-program  or at any Equity Bank branches in Kenya or at any Equity Bank agents offices in Kenya. Th application forms for the scholarships in Kenya are submitted to Equity Bank branches in Kenya or to any Equity Bank agents in Kenya after filling and attaching necessary documents.

All of these secondary school scholarships in Kenya can be useful to further education in Kenya for the needy financially unable students in Kenya.

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