List of schools in Namibia

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Epukiro Post 3 Junior Secondary School, a school in the standard design devised by Gabriel Castro

Namibia has 1,723 schools, 119 private schools and 1,604 government schools. As of August 2013, 26 additional schools were under construction, and most of the country nevertheless experiences a shortage of schools, school hostels, and classroom space. 24,660 teachers at Namibia's schools cater for total of 617,827 pupils.[1]

Many Namibian schools are built in a uniform design that was suggested by Chilean Gabriel Castro in the 1990s.[2]


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