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Founded in 1963, the well-established International School of Lusaka is one of the oldest international schools on the African continent, and is currently the third largest school in the Association of International Schools in Africa. ISL is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). ISL is also a member of the Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) as well as the Independent Schools Association of Zambia (ISAZ).
Among the top 10 private schools in Lusaka, Pestalozzi Education Centre provides outstanding kindergarten, primary and secondary education (Grade k to 12). To students aged 2 and a half to 18 years of age. With state of the art sports facilities, computer labs, science labs, ICT dedicated research labs and libraries (on campus/digital). The school offers Cambridge IGCSE, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme alongside the ECZ. Students at Pestalozzi Education Centre develop excellent breadth and depth of knowledge, practical skills as well as high academic attainment.
Cherry Hills International School offers high-quality, affordable services to children whose parents wish to give them the best education, care and experience. At present the school enrolls children from one year eight months through to Grade 3 (7 to 9 year-olds); with the remaining primary grades set to be offered later in 2024. These will be housed in a newly-constructed, purpose-built double-story classroom block.
Crested Crane Academy is a co-educational school offering pre-school, primary and secondary school education with boarding and day facilities. Since 2009, the school has continued to provide a holistic education approach where learners receive academic success, personal, social and spiritual development. The school offers a modern environment with international standards of education. It is an Examination Council of Zambia centre and a registered external examination centre with the British Council for IGCSE.
The vision of the founders of Sentinel School Kabitaka is to empower all who pass through with an education which will open their minds and prepare them for opportunities in life. They strive for a culture of lifelong learning which translates into an enlightened society capable of dealing with whatever challenges that may come its way. The school is a spiritually aware and a supportive environment which has been established to have an impact on its alumni long after they have moved on.