1981 Brookhouse School was founded in 1981 by the Puxley family as a small British style preparatory school in the Nairobi suburb of Karen. 1984 A secondary section was added in 1984. 1997 The Brookhouse Boarding House was developed in 1997. 2001 At the beginning of 2001, the school undertook Council of International Schools (CIS) accreditation, benchmarking itself against best practice around the world. 2005 Brookhouse pioneered British curriculum school membership of the Association of International Schools of Africa (AISA) in 2005. 2006 A key milestone for the school was our 2006 introduction to membership of the Round Square organisation, a global family of schools committed to Kurt Hahn’s holistic educational philosophy. 2008 To maintain the highest international standards, the school undertook accreditation with the UK's IAPS (Independent Association of Preparatory Schools) in 2008. 2012 In 2012, Brookhouse hosted the international Round Square conference, welcoming schools from around the world to Africa. 2013 Brookhouse was honoured to be invited to join the ‘G-30’ group of eminent schools in 2013. 2013 Brookhouse was honoured to host the inaugural Presidential debates for Kenya, a milestone in the country's evolving democratic process. 2015 Brookhouse became part of the Inspired Group, a global network of premium schools in 2015. 2017 Brookhouse hosted the annual Heads gathering for the G-30 Schools group in 2017. 2017 Our second Brookhouse campus opened in Runda, a residential suburb north of the city, as a sister school to the Karen campus. 2018 Brookhouse Runda Campus officially opened in 2018. 2019 Official opening of the Brookhouse Runda Library by Her Excellency, The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya, Margaret Kenyatta in 2019. 2020 In 2020 Brookhouse celebrated the best IGCSE & A-Level examination results in the last 40 years, and the best overall performance in East Africa. 2021 In 2021 Brookhouse celebrated its 40th Anniversary since opening in 1981.