List of international school in Tanzania


Below is the full list of international schools in Tanzania

  1. Academic International School; it uses the A levels, UK, IGCSE curriculum. It takes and admits children between the ages of 3-18yrs old. A co-educational, day, nursery, preparatory, senior and sixth form.
  2. Braeburn International School Arusha; a co-educational boarding, day, nursery, preparatory, senior and sixth form school. It is situated 14km west of Arusha.
  3. Al Muntazir Schools; this school is situated in Tanzania Dar es Salaam. It offers a co-educational day, nursery, preparatory, senior and sixth form.
  4. École française Arthur Rimbaud de Dar es Salaam; it is located in Mawenzi road, Masaki in Dar es Salaam city. The school offers co-educational day, nursery, preparatory, senior and sixth form.
  5. Haven of Peace Academy; Tanzania’s Dar es Salaam is home to the Haven of Peace Academy (HOPAC). Dar serves as East Africa’s primary port of entry. Foreigners residing in Dar can look forward to a mild climate, proximity to the beach, and a growing economy. Dar’s pace of life is slow, but it has a big city vibe. The HOPAC campus is situated on a hill with a great view over the tops of the houses to see the Indian Ocean and offers a pleasant ocean wind frequently. It also faces the ocean. Each year, HOPAC invites students from over 30 nations to join a community that is varied and offers a high level of education. In grades K–8, there are typically 25 students each class. Students benefit from having more peers to work with and challenge them as they advance their academic abilities in senior school.
  6. International School of Zanzibar; ISZ is pleased with offering its community a truly worldwide educational experience. Students can think globally or from an international viewpoint thanks to their curricula and educational philosophy, which introduce them to other societies and religious systems. They appreciate both cultural differences and similarities as a result of cultural diversity. They also provide a complete approach to education that consciously gets students ready to be involved and active citizens in a globally integrated society.
  7. Kennedy House International School; is a 2009-founded private international primary school. Its 20-acre rural campus is located near USA River, Tanzania, just outside of Arusha. It was started because the USA River region lacked a good international pre- and elementary school. The British National Curriculum is taught at Kennedy House School, which is accredited by the Cambridge International Curriculum. International Teachers with University Qualifications make up the school’s teaching team. Kennedy House graduates typically transfer to senior institutions in Tanzania, the UK, continental Europe, South Africa, and Australia.
  8. Laureate International School; The foundation of Laureate International School is the idea that “education is for life” and that every child, regardless of creed, nationality, culture, or aptitude, should have the opportunity to learn. They are a multi-cultural international school with steadfast Tanzanian beliefs because of this. Beginning in a modest setting in Mikocheni “B” Dar Es Salaam in 1994, the first Laureate School classroom steadily expanded not only from one class to another but also from one site to another.
  9. The Aga Khan Mzizima Secondary School, Dar es Salaam; they are dedicated to providing top-notch education to all students, empowering them to become global citizens, future leaders, and successful individuals. They also provide the Tanzanian national curriculum (NECTA) and the international curriculum (Middle School Programme, IGCSE, and IBDP) to satisfy the demands of the community. The NECTA curriculum covers Forms 1 through 6. The Middle School Programme, which is available from years 7 to 9, is included in the international curriculum. It leads to the International General Certificate for Secondary Education (IGCSE), which is offered from years 10 to 11. The two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) is a pre-university program available in years 12 and 13.
  10. UWC East Africa, Arusha Campus; the institution, which was first to offer the International Baccalaureate in Africa when it opened in 1969 as International School Moshi, joined the UWC network in 2019 as UWC East Africa. They are the second UWC School in Africa and the 18th overall. UWC East Africa is a long-running, autonomous International Baccalaureate (IB) school in northern Tanzania with campuses in Moshi (Kilimanjaro) and Arusha. UWCEA offers education to kids from both the local and expat communities through a structured residential program and the PYP, MYP, and Diploma curricula. Our students range in age from three to nineteen.
  11. Canon Andrea Mwaka School; since its founding in 1950, CAMS has worked to give students the best possible education. CAMS is a place that works to produce responsible decision-makers, critical thinkers, and understandable speakers through a wide range of engaging learning activities and a lively extracurricular life. CAMS is a recognized iGCSE Ed-excel center that follows the British National Curriculum from Key Stages 1 through 4. CAMS promotes a clean and healthy environment by engaging in a movement against trash inside the school.
  12. Dar es Salaam Independent School; an international school also known as DIS offers a whole educational cycle to students aged 2 to 19. The DIS upholds the best international education standards, ensuring outstanding academic accomplishment for students at all levels.
  13. Feza Schools; there are 450 students enrolled at the school as of the present. It opened its doors in October 2011. The British Cambridge International Curriculum is used in their instruction. Students are accepted at the school owned by the Ishik Medical and Educational Foundation in grades KG1 through 13.
  14. Hope International School; their bid to become a Cambridge school is supported by their educational goals and long-term aspirations. Their main goal is to fully adopt a comprehensive curriculum that will best serve our capable students by offering demanding, in-depth, and thought-provoking learning experiences that are coherent and cohesive. Their vision is for each of their children to graduate from Cambridge with the skills necessary to succeed as learners and leaders anywhere in the globe. They also hope to advance their learners into further education and/or sufficient career prospects in Tanzania and beyond by providing each student with internationally recognized A*-C level IGCSEs in English, Math, Science, and Global Perspectives as a minimum standard by the age of 16.
  15. Iringa International School; in order to give children in Tanzania’s Southern Highlands a solid education of a high caliber, it was founded in Iringa in 1993 by a group of expatriate and local parents. Iringa is a welcoming and inviting neighborhood.
  16. Kwanza International School; the Ministry of Education and Culture registered the school in 2000. Since then, the school has made a name for itself as a quality-driven organization that takes pride in offering its pupils a broad range of extracurricular and academic opportunities.

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  1. Constantine’s International School; is a co-educational, day and residential, international school with a British-style curriculum. It has a total enrollment of 580 students (75 of whom are boarders) from more than 30 different nations. The school has three divisions: Primary (Grades 1–6), Secondary (Years 7–13), and Nursery (Ages 3-4) divided between two campuses.
  2. The Latham School; An international school in Tanzania otherwise known as  TLS. TLS employs eight teachers and about 60 pupils, and each year it hires about three foreign teachers. It has been in operation since 2012 and is one of Tanzania’s best foreign schools.
  3. Cheka School; this school is situated in Arusha. It offers co-educational day from the ages of three to seven. They use the English and Swahili languages.
  4. Genesis Schools; In Dar es Salaam, Genesis Schools has two campuses. Both campuses are in Kisota, Kigamboni, with one in the well-known Oyster Bay neighborhood. Since its start in 2003, the school has placed a great emphasis on maintaining excellent academic standards with the aim of fostering each child’s intellectual, physical, social, and moral development in order to prepare them for the fast-paced world we live in. Genesis Schools is a Cambridge International School that is accredited and uses the Cambridge Curriculum.
  5. International School of Tanganyika; Tanzania’s Dar es Salaam is home to the independent, private, non-profit day school IST, which has two campuses. For students in Pre-K through grade 12, IST provides demanding academic programs together with a wide choice of extracurricular activities.
  6. Isamilo International School Mwanza; Tanzania’s IISM, or Isamilo International School Mwanza, is a global institution. Every year, IISM hires foreign teachers. It has been in operation since 1956 and is one of Tanzania’s best international schools.
  7. Morogoro International School; for pupils ages 2 to 19, the Morogoro International School, a non-profit, parent-owned day and residential school, offers a Cambridge international education program. One of Tanzania’s first “real” foreign schools.