An identifiable proprietor; he/she must be a person/organization of good reputation, no criminal record and with the necessary funds to manage the type of institution proposed to be established.
An intending proprietor has to get recommendation letters from LCI, LCIII and opinion/religious leader.
Finally, the intending proprietor writes to the Permanent Secretary
(PS/ES), MoES, explaining his/her intensions and requesting for
The planned school/institution must conform to the District Municipal
Education Plan and must be in line with the revised Education Sector
There must be a development plan particularly for the license period,
and proof that 10% of the development plan funds are available.
There must be enough land for expansion, playgrounds, school garden and
physical education (urban schools may be considered as special cases).
Written proof of ownership or lease of land on which school/institution
is to be situated or tenancy agreement that is valid for at least (5)
five years for a secondary school and 8 years for a primary school (in
case of hired buildings) which must have been designed and constructed
for purposes of school.