International Schools in Cape Town
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This school provides a comprehensive education based mainly on the American curriculum but with international elements.
Curriculum: Cambridge International Examinations
Ages: 4 to 18
With a campus in Durbanville, this is the only school offering a non-South African curriculum in the Northern Suburbs.
Students graduate with a South African NSC as well as either a German Language Diploma Level B2/C1 or German International Abitur. Extra-curricular activities focus mainly on sports and music.
Pupils are taught a bilingual curriculum eventually graduating with DNB Diplôme National du Brevet at the end of Grade 9 and the “French Baccalaureat” at the end of Grade 12.
A school with an outstanding academic track record, it often produces students who achieve top results in the Cambridge examinations.
Ages: 3,5 to 18
This school in the small beach-side town of Hout Bay offers the PYP (Primary Years Program), IGSCSE and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).