To 15 Best Private Secondary Schools In Tanzania For 2022
If you are a student or a parent or guardian and you are struggling online to find the best and best secondary school for your education or that of your child by the year 2022 then I say you are lucky because you are in the right post.
In this post we have discussed the 15 best schools in the provision of secondary education from all regions of TANZANIA based on various academic, environmental and ethical criteria.
So let’s not waste your time below this is the list of 15 best and best schools for the provision of secondary education for the year 2022.
St Constantine International School
Address – 175 Burka Area Arusha Mjini Arusha 221 Arusha
St. Constantine’s International School (SCIS) is a non-denominational, co-educational, day and boarding, international school. It is a member of Round Square and Cambridge international examinations, currently serving 600 students (including 70 boarders) from over 30 different countries.
It is the largest international school in northern Tanzania and has gorgeous gardens and playing fields, sitting in beautiful tree-lined surroundings under Africa’s 5th highest mountain, Mount Meru, on the world-class northern game park circuit. The school follows the EYFS in early years, the Cambridge International Programme from Year 1-9, and then IGCSE, and A-level programmes.
Tanzania has, for a long time, been one of Africa’s safest and most stable countries and the cost of living is very reasonable. The successful candidate will support, and sometimes deliver, inquiry-based lessons that inspire, engage, and enthuse our students as explorers in learning. Successful candidates will also possess the energy and enthusiasm to contribute to our wide range of extra-curricular programmes.
Feza International School
Kinondoni, Mbezi Juu Dar Es Salaam
FEZA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
P.O. BOX 77965
DAR ES SALAAM / TANZANIA
Welcome to Feza International School (FIS)
We believe that education is a shared responsibility and that the successful operation of a school depends on the cooperation of everyone involved: students, parents, and staff. The mission of Feza International School is to create a partnership among the members of this triad. Each of us is responsible for doing his or her part to make our school a place where we can all work and strive together in harmony.
Feza International School (FIS) had its inception in October 2011 following requests from parents and other stake holders who recognized and appreciated the achievements of the Feza Schools. There was also a need to diversify the system of education provided to accommodate for the ever changing global employment market.
FIS is owned by Ishik Medical and Educational Foundation and caters to students from Nursery KG-2 to Stage 13. FIS seeks to recruit students from different parts of the world and is therefore keen to promote a multicultural and ethnically diversity learning environment.
We are accredited to provide Cambridge International Examinations and follow the Cambridge International Education (CIE) curriculum. Assessment of our students is undertaken at a global standardised level with Cambridge Checkpoint examinations in stages 6 and 9, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations during stage 11 and stages 12 and 13 sit for AS/A Level examinations.
Our graduates have attained 100% placements in further educational institutions both in Tanzania and around the world. The school has also created the Feza Alumni Foundation, dedicated to keeping our graduates together, guiding and counselling them even after their graduation from school. This allows the Feza family to grow stronger.
Mount Kibo Schools
Kinondoni, Mbezi Dar Es Salaam
Mount Kibo Schools was established in 1996 with only 9 students enrolled. In 1997 the first Class One was enrolled with 17 Students. The School has grown since then and transformed as years went by and currently the School has 850 Students registered from Baby Class all the way to Class Seven. The School has further increased its services line and currently serves as a Co-Education Day and Boarding School.
Morogoro International School
Morogoro Mjini Morogoro
Follow the Dodoma road coming from Msamvu roundabout, on the right after the Lake Oil Petrol Station you will see a small dirt road to your right with the school sign. Follow this road immediately to the left after 200m it will curve to the right past the Mambo club. Keep going straight and you will reach the main school gate.
Morogoro International School is one of the oldest international schools in Tanzania having opened its doors to its campus within the grounds of Sokoine University in 1976. It moved to its present site on the edge of the town of Morogoro on the Dodoma road in 1992. Initially a primary school serving a predominately expatriate clientele, The International School of Morogoro as it was formally known, expanded into secondary school education in 2005 with its first cohort of IGCSE exam students sitting in 2010. On August 27th, 2015 it began offering A levels for the first time.
Please visit our website for more detailed information.
International School Moshi
The International School Moshi is a boarding and day school established in 1969. Our beautiful and safe campus is home to day students from age 3 to 19, and boarders aged 7. We offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP), IB Middle Years Programme (MYP), and were the first school in Africa to offer the IB Diploma Programme. We provide a broad range of educational offerings with a high standard of individual care.
Please visit our website www.ismoshiarusha.org for more detailed information
Heritage English Medium Schools
Ukonga Banana, Opposite Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority(TCAA)
Heritage schools is a group of schools from pre school to secondary school, with both boarding and day. At Heritage,we believe that the knowledge of God, Communion with Him, and emulation of His character are of Paramount Importance. Thus, only in Cooperation with God, can the individual reach the optimum development of his or her physical, mental, Spiritual and Social powers.
Gili Secondary School
Kibaha Mjini Pwani
Gili Secondary School is a Girls boarding school. registered by the Ministry of Education with Reg no. s4375. and also registered with NECTA with registration No S.4565 Our vision is to prepare girls to be productive, independent and creative members of society.
Eden Garden Secondary School
P.O.Box 1393 Moshi Tanzania
Eden Garden Secondary School is among the National schools under the Ministry of Education and Culture in the Non-Government Organization wing in Tanzania.
Our motto is “Teach a child the way he or she should go and will never depart from it…” (Prov.22:6) It is therefore our hope and prayer that whatever children will learn from the school – physically, intellectually, spiritually – will never depart from them. When they join the world of adults, they will be making decisions from a solid educational basis.
So, please explore our website. We hope that you’ll enjoy it as you learn about EGET, use it as an EGET scholar / parent, or consider becoming one of our supporters.
St. Christina Girls Secondary School
Tanga Mjini Tanga
St. Christina Girls’ Secondary School is a Girls’ Boarding school situated in Tanga Municipality 5 kilometers from Tanga town along the Dar-es-salaam road. Initially the premises belonged to the now defunct Tanga Dairy Institute. It has acreage of 27 acres covered by all green good landscape of grass, coconut, mango trees and other vegetation’s. Neighbors include TPDF- Army barracks as Tanzania Peoples’ Defense Force, the Livestock Research Institute, Tanga Fresh milk industry and Tanga Airport. It is one of the few girls’ school in the country. It was registered on 25th September 2001 after operating with a provisional registration from 12th July 2001.
Our Mission is “to embrace a holistic approach in the provision of education to learners”.
Striving to provide appropriate education to the learners with a view of preparing them academically, socially, spiritually and physically so as to make them responsible women beneficial to the society.
Shamsiye Boy’s Secondary School
Mbweni – Near the new NBAA site
• To promote academic excellence.
• To provide better environment for studying
• To provide quality education that will prepare good Tanzania leaders of tomorrow.
• To provide resources that support excellent teaching and student learning.
• To provide facilities, technology, and other learning resources necessary to meet the educational needs of our students.
• To provide students scholarship to study outside Tanzania.
Choosing where to study is not always easy. But choosing shamsiye, you have come to the right hands that will build your son’s future with academic Excellency because we believe that shamsiye boy’s secondary school is a place where all your expectations will come true.
The following are reasons why study at shamsiye:
• Academic Excellency.
• Sports and games.
• Olympiads and Science projects.
• Qualified and experienced Teachers.
• Peace and harmony.
• FORM II NECTA 2013 – 1st position in the Country
• FORM II NECTA 2014 – 1st position in the Country
• FORM II NECTA 2015 – 1st position in Dar-es-salaam
– 6th position in the Country
• FORM IV NECTA 2015 – 1st position in the Country
Helasita Secondary School
Plot No. 104-106, Block C, Mtoni Kijichi
Helasita Secondary School is a boys Secondary school located in Mtoni Kijichi Area, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The school is registered with registration number S. 4891.
The school follows the National Curriculum and is flexible enough to accommodate a customized, reliable and flexible school syllabus.
Elite Secondary School
Arusha Vijijini Arusha
To offer relevant and cost effective premium secondary education that equips the student with knowledge, skills and morals that are required to effectively participate in the socio-economic development of Tanzania as a nation in the twenty first century and beyond.
The associated vision of the school is to offer twenty first century secondary education, knowledge and skills of the highest order, consistent with Tanzania’s policy expectations in effectively participating in the global arena, based on relevant practical science and technology, on a sustainable basis.