586 Main Ave, Building 42 NYC, NY 11556-4658, 586 Main Ave, Building 42 NYC, NY 11556-4658
Contact Phones : + 1 (555) 123 - 4567,+ 1 (555) 123 - 4567
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Bambino Schools is a result of a project inspired by Bahá’í principles
It started operating in January 1993 with a nursery school then a primary school was introduced in September 1993 and later a Secondary School was introduced in January 1994
The School is located in Lilongwe the Capital city of Malawi and is in Area 15 on plots numbers 248 and 250.
The school is coeducation and operating at a day release.
At the moment classes start from 7:30 am – 4:00 pm.
The school is fully operational.
PO Box 102, Lilongwe, Malawi , Barron Avenue, Lilongwe.
Contact Phones : + 265 1 756 364,+265 1 756 631 or + 265 1 756 364
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Bishop Mackenzie International School is based in a lovely suburban area of Lilongwe, the capital city of Malawi – the warm heart of Africa
P.O. Box 30376, Chichiri, Blantyre, Malawi, P.O Box 280 Zomba. Malawi, Central Africa
Contact Phones : 01 524 222, 01 524 222
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Chancellor College is the largest among the constituent colleges of the University of Malawi. In the year 1973, the college was relocated from Blantyre to Zomba, where it rests in the shadow of the majestic Zomba Mountain, home to flora, fauna and myth.
The college prides itself on its commitment to the achieving of sustainable social, economic and technological development in Malawi. This is an objective that is met through the continued – and ever increasing – supply of the society with well-educated graduates in a variety of disciplines, as well as through innovative research relevant to Malawi and the neighbouring region.
P.O BOX 378, Lilongwe, Lilongwe, Malawi, P.O BOX 378, Lilongwe, Lilongwe, Malawi
Contact Phones : +265 (0) 1 750 655,01 750 655 01 757 267
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GSIS is a private inter-denominational Christian School. GSIS is built on the foundation of our late founders principals, the late Mrs. Sani, who believed in providing exceptional education, grounded in discipline and centered around Jesus Christ.
We recognise that each student has been given their own unique skills, and we are committed in helping each student realise, develope and utilise these skills. Our environment focuses on academic achievement and discipline within the context of our Christian faith and African culture.
P. O. Box 30376, Chichiri, Blantyre 3., Along Old Chileka Road Opp. Grace Bandawe Conference Centre,
Contact Phones : +265 (0)1 824 845,+265 (0)1 824 845
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Phoenix International Primary School was established over thirty years ago and has developed into a dynamic International School with just over three hundred pupils in classes from Pre-Nursery to Year Six. The school has a happy, caring atmosphere which encourages strong family and community interaction.
We are committed to remaining a school where classes are kept small.
Each child receives a high level of individual attention from the teacher in classes of no more than 24 pupils.
P.O.Box 52,Kalimbuka Road,Zomba. , P.O.Box 52,Kalimbuka Road,Zomba.
Contact Phones : +2651525280 ,+2651525280
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This school was founded in the early 1950s and in the early 1970s the school became one of five "designated schools" under an agreement with the British government that allowed the centrally funded, private schools to continue employing expatriate teachers. In the 1990s the Designated School Board was disbanded and the school became financially independent. The majority of the students are Malawian, with other nationalities also represented. There is an English curriculum with a cross-curricula approach.
Saint Andrews International Primary School Sunnyside Blantyre Malawi, Saint Andrews International Primary School Sunnyside Blantyre Malawi
Contact Phones : +265 (0)1833 428 ,+265 (0)1833 428
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St. Andrew’s International Primary School educates and inspires children to value equality, emotional maturity, and independence of thought, work and play. Through our school values we recognise the importance of our children entering a world of global citizenship where they accept different cultures and religious belief systems, and where they actively and creatively challenge themselves in all aspects of their social, academic and professional lives.