are some comments from Headmasters of schools that Cavina students have passed
From Admissions Charterhouse - R M C Gilliat
I am more than happy to write in full support of Cavina. We have had almost a
dozen pupils in the last ten years and, almost without exception they have been
very successful and a great credit to Cavina I would say that of all overseas
schools that send us pupils on a regular basis no other school can match Cavina
for the academic standard of the pupils.
From the Headmaster of Peponi Secondary School -D J Marshall
In twelve years of being a Headmaster in Nairobi, it has been a privilege to welcome
pupils who had spent their preparatory school years at Cavina. What distinguishes
them from others is a degree of maturity that enables them to settle into their
new academic environment without fuss. They invariably contribute much to the
School's life over a pleasingly wide range of activities but most importantly,
they bring with them a probity that governs their behaviour admirably. My only
regret is that too few of them are looking for the boarding education that my
present school provides.
From the Headmaster Hillcrest Secondary School - C N
Dear Parent of Cavina,
I hope that when you consider which school
to send your children to after they complete their primary education at Cavina,
Hillcrest will be one of your options. We have a very close working relationship
with Cavina and some of our most successful students have come from your school.
We greatly value the high standard of education provided at Cavina, it makes the
transition to an academic school like Hillcrest very smooth. Good links between
Primary feeder schools are vital in the development of the children we care for.
The Cavina-Hillcrest link is a perfect example of how such close links ensure
students make their transfers successfully.
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