Top 3 Best Private Schools In Zambia 2023 (You Need To Know)

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Best Private Schools In Zambia 2023… Are you looking for the list of Best Private Schools In Zambia 2023? If yes, then this informative article is for you. You will be given detailed information about the list of Best Private Schools In Zambia 2023.

Top 3 Best Private Schools In Zambia 2023

1. Lwengu School

Lwengu School is a vibrant co-education day and boarding school. The school derives its name from the majestic Sable Antelope (Hippotragus Niger) called Lwengu in the local Tonga language.

Situated in Monze District, in the Southern Province of Zambia, Lwengu is 185 km south of Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia and 300 km north of Livingstone, the tourist capital.  Its location is 1.5 km North West of the town centre of Monze and 800 metres off the Great North Road.

The school opened in 1993 with 8 pupils, but now has an enrolment of over 400 pupils from all over Zambia as well as neighbouring countries. The school’s values of respect, hard work, love, honesty, courage, open mindedness, and good manners are embedded in all the activities undertaken in the school.

2. Springfields Primary School

Springfields Primary School is a private, co-educational day school offering Nursery up to ‘A’ Levels under the auspices of ECZ and The University of Cambridge. Springfields students come from a diverse range of backgrounds and bring with them a strong desire to learn, share & grow.

A dedicated and long-serving faculty ensures that our students perform to their utmost potential. The school consistently good results since its inception in 1999 bear testimony to the strong commitment to the cause of education in Zambia.

Mengjie Chen, our student since Grade 8 put us and the nation of Zambia on the world map by securing the topmost rank in the world in IGCSE Maths in 2017-18.

The school’s high expectations on behaviour, morals, and attitude go hand in hand with our academic achievements and make us a successful unique school with a high reputation in the community.

3. American International School (Lusaka)

Founded in 1986, the American International School of Lusaka (AISL) is an independent co-educational day school that welcomes children from 3 to 18 years of age. With a student body of approximately 400 students, the school is fully accredited internationally by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (US) and the Council of International Schools (UK).

The school attracts students from a wide range of nationalities, including approximately 26% European, 31% North and South American, 28% African. The international nature at AISL is reflected in the school’s curriculum and programs.

AISL is one of a handful of schools in Africa authorized by the International Baccalaureate (IB) to offer all three of these programs: the Primary Years Program (PYP), the Middle Years Program (MYP), and the International Baccalaureate Diploma.

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  1. Gilbert Nyamanga says:

    Am a secondary School teacher, looking for employment, l did social studies combination of Civic education geography and history and religious education

  2. sikamena muyambango says:

    Am a secondary school teacher, looking for employment, i did computer studies

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