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There are not too many schools like International School Moshi. We are two campuses. Each campus lies at the foothills of two of the biggest mountains on the continent. We are a boarding and day school. We offer a truly international education in the form of the International Baccalaureate (IB).
Every year, our students earn scholarships to universities around the world. Our students and teachers come from all corners of the world and represent over forty nations. We have a vibrant Outdoor Pursuit Programme, a world-renowned Visiting Schools Programme, and we were the first IB school on the continent.
We are proud of our historical legacy. International School Moshi (ISM) became the first International Baccalaureate (IB) school in Africa when it started offering the IB Diploma in 1973. ISM was also instrumental in the creation and development of what the world now knows as the IB Middle Years Programme in the early 1980s, a programme which builds on the philosophy of the IB Diploma Programme. We are a three-programme IB school meaning that we teach the Primary Years Programme (from 3 to 11 years of age), Middle Years Programme (11-16) and Diploma Programme (16-19).
Rigour, reflection and relevance lie at the heart of what a world-class education entails. The International Baccalaureate programmes educate the whole person and aim to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people. We encourage sudents to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners with the aim of ensuring they are successful in this modern and
Our students are ideally placed to move comfortably to a range of other schools and renowned universities around the world because they are self-disciplined, resourceful and creative. Students interact and debate in a multicultural setting, providing them with skills that will serve them far beyond university.
We welcome your child to our school and look forward to seeing her or him join us for a unique world class education.
Keiron White, Head of Moshi Campus
Phil Bowen, Head of Arusha Campus