When looking for an international school, there is one thing to keep in mind. Most of them have been founded by different international companies and therefore, employees of these companies have priority registration and it may be cheaper or even fully paid for them.
The curricula of these schools tend to follow the model from the U.S., UK, Europe or Australia/New Zealand and multiple languages are taught (usually Portuguese and the language of the country the school is following, French, English, etc.).
Some of these schools provide accreditation for the international baccalaureate (IB) exams. There are different accrediting bodies for schools in Angola such as CoIS, The European Council of International Schools (ECIS) and the Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (ISASA).
Top 5 Best International Schools in Angola
5. Lycée Français Alioune-Blondin Bèye
Priority for French companies such as Total and Technip. It’s located in the city center and lessons are from preschool to the end of high school (ages 3 to 18). Instruction is in French with English as a second language. It follows the French school calendar under the direction of the French Ministry of Education, receiving guidance in the French higher education system after the 12th grade.
Rua Louveau 13
92 438 Châtillon Cedex, Luanda, Angola
Tel: 00 244 222 32 44 13 ou 15
Annual Tuition Rates: €211-877 per quarter