International School Moshi

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International School Moshi
Shule ya Kimataifa ya Moshi  (Swahili)
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Lema Road
Moshi, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
School type Private
Founded 1969
CEEB Code 643250
Chairman Tine Hemelings
Director Robert Horton
Faculty 47
Grades Pre-K – 12
Gender Co-educational
Age 3 to 19
Enrolment 505 (2013)
International students 68%
Education system International Baccalaureate
Medium of language English
Campuses Moshi
Campus type Urban
Accreditation MSA
School fees US$ 5,800 – 21,700
Graduates (2014) 48
Alumni Ex-Ismers
Kilimanjaro as seen from International School Moshi

International School Moshi, on the slopes of Africa's highest mountain, Kilimanjaro, was founded in 1969 and now has 420 students from 46 nationalities on two campuses in Moshi and Arusha. Moshi campus has 230 students, including 105 boarders, and offers a full range of courses from pre-kindergarten to International Baccalaureate Diploma. It has been an International Baccalaureate World school since 1977.[1] Arusha campus has 190 day students, and offers courses from pre-kindergarten to grade 10. It has been an IB World school since 2007.[2]


  1. ^ "International School Moshi, Moshi Campus". IB World Schools. IBO. Retrieved 2008-10-23. 
  2. ^ "International School Moshi, Arusha Campus". IB World Schools. IBO. Retrieved 2008-10-23. 

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Coordinates: 03°19′28.3″S 37°19′4.7″E / 3.324528°S 37.317972°E / -3.324528; 37.317972