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Our courses

Language school students come from all across the globe. We offer a range of language courses to suit students of all levels. We have students from beginner all the way up to advanced.

student1The focus of our classes is communication.

We believe in providing classes that help students in the 5 key areas of Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Pronunciation.

Our specially designed Language courses are delivered by qualified and experienced teachers who ensure the classes have vibrant and exciting learning atmosphere.


Our Director of studies ensures that every student’s entry and progress is monitored and that the students receive continuous assessment. Students will improve rapidly and consistently.

You can elect to have individual /personalized /private tuition or learn in special groups

Students benefit from a curriculum developed from our experience and intensive tuition combining small class sizes and dynamic teaching, leading to fast progression and development of the language.

We offer certificates at the completion of a course



We offer general and examination courses for various languages.

Our General Courses focus on improving students' fluency and accuracy in Language at all levels.

Our Intensive Programmes cater for students from elementary to advanced.

Absolute beginners can take advantage of our specially designed courses, which start on specific dates throughout the year.


The Course is specially programmed to improve communication skills in spoken and written English

We offer

  • English course for various levels leading to IELST and pitman Examination
  • Orientation into Kenyan School System for children ages 6-14 years
  • English for adult learners at different levels (Beginners, elementary, intermediate and advanced).studentsinclass

The Examination Course is designed to prepare students for one of the following examinations:

  • Pitman’s (First Certificate, Advanced Certificate, Certificate of Proficiency)
  • IELTS.


The Intensive Examination Preparation is for students who wish to supplement their General English Course with extra classes to prepare for the TOEFL or IELTS examination


Kiswahili is the National language of Kenya.It is also used widely in East and Central Africa region.

Almost everybody in the country can have basic communication in Kiswahili.

discusslevel You will find knowledge of Kiswahili invaluable whether visiting a government office, a rural market, visiting remote countryside or listening to a radio /television programme.

Whether you are complete beginner or wish to polish your Kiswahili language skills, we have programs that will suit your needs.

Our staff will discuss with you and advise on the appropriate level to join.





Foreign Languages


In addition we offer other languages such as French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Arabic etc.

Knowledge of a foreign language is an asset.

Each year, the country receives many visitors who cannot communicate in either English or Kiswahili.

In addition, you may wish to visit a country where whose citizenry communicate in a different language from the one you know.

Whether your work involves receiving dignitaries speaking different languages, guiding visitors from different nationalities to their various destinations, responding to correspondence in different languages or learning a foreign language for the sake of it, we have a program that is suited for you.

These courses are offered on demand.



Local Languages

Kenya has 42 different tribes each with their own dialect.

You may be interested in learning a local language in support of your mission work, or to learn different cultures or to enable you live within a certain community.

Whatever your need, we can offer you courses that will help you improve your understanding, speaking, pronunciation or listening a particular language.

We offer vernacular courses in almost all major languages in Kenya. These include Dholuo, Gikuyu, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kiluhya, Kimeru, Kitaita, Kiborana, Somali etc

The languages are offered on demand.

We have a database of skilled facilitators who can be called upon whenever a need arises to conduct such classes.

Sign Language

Sign language (also signed language or simply signing) is a language which uses manual communication and body language to convey meaning, as opposed to acoustically conveyed sound patterns.

signThis can involve simultaneously combining hand shapes, orientation and movement of the hands, arms or body, and facial expressions to fluidly express a speaker's thoughts.

They share many similarities with spoken languages (sometimes called "oral languages", which depend primarily on sound), which is why linguists consider both to be natural languages, but there are also some significant differences between signed and spoken languages.

Wherever communities of hearing challenges people exist, sign languages have been developed.

Signing is not only used by the deaf, it is also used by people who can hear, but cannot physically speak. While they use space for grammar in a way that spoken languages do not, sign languages show the same linguistic properties and use the same language faculty as do spoken languages.

There is an increased awareness of the rights of people with challenges worldwide.

You will need to know the sign language to communicate effectively with the hearing impaired. This could be during your mission work, attending visitors, answering queries, guiding them, care giving the hearing impaired at home or school, or in any other situation where effective communication is necessary. We have the right program for you.

We offer sign language using international conventions

Kenya’s constitution already recognizes Kenyan Sign Language as an official language in Parliament. This is contained in Article 120 and orders its development and use.

According to Human Rights Watch, deaf children like all other children, have a right to a quality education in a language and environment that maximizes their potential.

Globally, educating deaf children and young people in sign language is hindered due to lack of well-trained teachers.

Course Dates

We have a flexible learning programme to suit the convenience of our students.

We can offer courses before, during and after office hours throughout the year and during semester breaks.

In addition we have scheduled classes that are conducted in three semesters in a year. Each semester comprises of 14 weeks

Scheduled Courses

The School is now offering Online Classes Click Here to Learn More

The school has three semesters in a year

1st Semester (14 weeks)

January – April

2nd Semester (14 weeks)

May- August

3rd Semester (14 weeks)

September – December

The classes run Monday through Friday (5 hours a day)

Monday – Thursday 9:00a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (with tea breaks and lunch breaks in between)teabreak

Friday 9:00a.m – 1:00 p.m

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