Top 8 Best Expensive Schools In Bahamas In 2020 Named


Below is the list of expensive schools in the Bahamas in 2020.

8. Kingsway Academy
Tuition Rates: $4,870 – 11,058 Bahamian dollar

A leading interdenominational Christian school with elementary school and high school. It is an incorporated, non-profit company, recognized by the Ministry of Education of The Bahamas and is a member of the (BAISS). The motto for the school is “Training Children in the King’s Way” taken from Proverbs 22:6.

7. Summit Academy
Tuition Rates: $5,200 – 11,824 Bahamian dollar

Summit Academy is a co-educational, independent school offering a program of academic excellence to both Bahamian and international students. It serves students pre-school through grade seven. The school offers extracurriculars like music programs, physical education, and intellectual development.

6. Bahamas Academy of Seventh-day Adventists
Tuition Rates: $5,300 – 12,460 Bahamian dollar per year

Following the teachings of the Seventh-day Adventists, this school is approved by the Bahamas Ministry of Education and accredited by the Board of Regents of the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Bahamas Academy has three divisions: The Early Learning Center (Grades K2 – K5), the Elementary Division (Grades 1 – 6), and the Secondary Division (Grades 7 – 12). At the Secondary Division students must obtain 5 or more BGCSE passes with C and above, inclusive of English Language and Mathematics in the 11th Grade. This enables students to start College/University Courses and still graduate with their Senior Class.


5. Lucaya International School (LIS)
Tuition Rates: $5,425 – 13,435 Bahamian dollar per year

LIS is an accredited, college preparatory, non-profit, independent, non-sectarian, co-educational day school governed by a Board of Directors. The school serves the local and international community living on Grand Bahama. All classes are offered in English, with the exception of modern language courses. The educational program is modeled along North American, British and International Baccalaureate Organization guidelines. The school year runs from mid-August to mid-June and has a minimum instructional period of 175 days divided into two semesters.

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