The move by Brookhouse schools to charge ksh 45,000 before enrolling learners has been met by protest.
The parents associated with the institution termed the move illegal.
They said that they had been advised by a committee against heeding the call as doing so is tantamount to a new contract and an attempt to undermine the pending petition determination.
The School directed the parents to pay and re-enroll the learners latest Monday next week.
It was not clear however what would happen should a parent fail to heed the call.
An official has however said that the directive was misunderstood by parents.
In April,parents sued the school for exorbitantly charging its online classes.
According to the parents, the school demanded just for online classes despite other institutions discounting.
They said this same amount is always paid for face to face learning.
The case is however still pending in court.
In a later dated April 20th, the director of the school Mr John O’Connor,dismissed a section of the parents ,saying that majority were comfortable with the charges.
“While the school may not agree with some of the comments made in your letter, we move forward with a positive commitment to our whole school community in a spirit of mutual respect,” said Mr O’connor.
“We are collecting the data of our students to know who are willing to enroll and continue with our lessons.”
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