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School and Community International School Moshi was founded over forty years ago to provide an international boarding and day school serving the expatriate and local communities in northern Tanzania and thoughout the East African region. The school is independently governed by a board comprised of representatives of the founding missionary organizations and parents. The main campus in Moshi is situated beneath the magnificent splendor of Mount Kilimanjaro and provides an education from pre-K (three year olds) to the demanding International Baccalaureate diploma program in the 12 th grade. Our second campus is 50 miles away in the expanding town of Arusha and this accommodates students from pre-K up to 10 th grade. Nearly one third of the student body are Tanzanians, mainly the children of local businessmen and employees of international organizations; expatriate students' parents are largely drawn from the development community, missionary organizations, and small family business backgrounds. Student Body Total student body (Moshi and Arusha) 400 students High school enrollment (9 th -12 th grades) 135 students Boarding enrollment 103 students 2010 Graduating class 33 students Number of different nationalities 43 Percentage of US citizens 8 % Percentage of Tanzanian citizens 29 % Percentage of second-language English speakers
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  • Winter '08
  • Williams
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma, IB Diploma results, International School Moshi, baccalaureate diploma program

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