List of schools in Ethiopia

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This article discusses primary and secondary schools in Ethiopia. An incomplete list is included.

Primary and secondary education[edit]

Education in Ethiopia was focused on mainly towards religious learning until after World War II. The government then began to emphasize secular learning to achieve national development. Free public education is provided in Ethiopia at both the primary and secondary level. Although there are many private schools in the country, most are concentrated in the Addis Ababa area and are rarely found in the more rural areas where there is a shortage of schools. Many students walk long distances to get to school both in and around the capital city.

Primary education starts at the first grade and continues to the eighth grade. All subjects are taught in the national language—Amharic—until seventh grade, at which point all subjects are taught in English. However, there are some schools—many of them private—that begin offering instruction in English at or before the first grade. By the end of eighth grade, students take a national examination which determines whether or not they may continue on to the secondary level. Failing students must repeat the eighth grade and take the national examination again until they pass it and matriculate into the ninth grade.

Until 2001, secondary education went from the ninth to the twelfth grade. But after 2001, the government changed the curriculum so that general secondary education ends at the tenth grade level, while the eleventh and twelfth grade are considered college preparatory. At the end of tenth grade students, take yet another national examination which determines whether or not they will be allowed to continue to pursue their educations and go on to college. Students who pass this second, national examination may decide if they want to focus in a science or arts stream. The science stream mainly consists of biology, chemistry, physics and technical drawing, while the art stream mainly consists of geography, history, civics and economics. Students who fail at this level generally either join the general work force or go to a private college. At the end of twelfth grade, students must take another national exam which determines their eligibility to move on to the university level. Passing students may choose between two general majors and two public university campuses. The government then assigns each student to a specific major and campus.

List of schools[edit]

This is a list of schools in Ethiopia, sorted alphabetically by location.

Addis Ababa[edit]

Adama[edit]

  • Adama No 3 Primary and Junior Secondary School
  • Adama Secondary School
  • Hawas Preparatory School
  • English Alive Academy[13]

Adigrat[edit]

  • Agazi Comprehensive High School[14]

Adwa[edit]

  • Queen Sheba High School[15]

Arsi[edit]

  • Asela Preparatory School
  • Chilalo Terara Secondary School
  • Didea Secondary and Preparatory School
  • Sedika Secondary School
  • Shirka Secondary and Preparatory School

Bahir Dar[edit]

  • Dilchibo Junior & Secondary School[16]
  • Ghion Secondary and Preparatory School
  • Teyema Primary School

Debre Markos[edit]

  • Nigus Tekle Haymanot Elementary & Junior Secondary School
  • Debre Markos Senior Secondary Comprehensive School
  • Abema Elementary & Junior Secondary School

Dessie[edit]

  • Kidame Gebeya High School
  • Memehere Akale Wolde Preparatory School
  • Tossa Primary School
  • Memhir Akalewold Secondary Preparatory School

Gojjam[edit]

  • Adasha Primary School
  • Yedwuha Secondary School
  • Ayitefather Elementary & Full Cycle School
  • Bahire Giorgis Secondary & Preparatory School
  • Injibara Secondary and Preparatory School

Gondar[edit]

  • Fasiledes Comprehensive Secondary School

Harar[edit]

  • Alhabesh Academy[17]

Jigjiga[edit]

  • Jigjiga Senior Secondary and Preparatory School
  • Sheik Abdisalam Secondary Schooll

Korem[edit]

  • Korem High School[18]
  • Bruh Tesfa Preparatory School

Merhabete[edit]

  • Edget Fana Elementary and Junior Secondary School
  • Edget Fana Elementary & Junior Secondary School
  • Arbegnoch Senior Secondary School
  • Alem Ketema Comprehensive Elementary School
  • Alem Ketema Preparatory School

Mekelle[edit]

  • Atse Yohannes High School[19]

Wukro[edit]

  • Kilte-Awlaelo High School[20]

Other areas[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [dead link] http://www.andinet.edu.et.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "Beteseb Academy". betesebacademy.net. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  3. ^ "Bingham Academy". binghamacademy.net. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  4. ^ "British International School, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia". 
  5. ^ http://www.brightfutureschool.com.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  6. ^ [dead link] http://www.amharainfo.net.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  7. ^ http://f-t-i-a.com/.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  8. ^ http://www.ethioturkish.com.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  9. ^ "One Planet International School, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia". oneplanetschool.com. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  10. ^ http://www.sandfordschool.org.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  11. ^ [dead link] http://www.schooloftomorrow.edu.et.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  12. ^ "Zagol Academy ~ Addis Ababa, Ethiopia". zagolacademy.com. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  13. ^ http://www.englishaliveacademy.org.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  14. ^ "Agazi High School Alumni". 
  15. ^ "Queen of Sheba Alumni". 
  16. ^ [dead link] http://www.ethiopianamericanflyingjumbos.com.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  17. ^ [dead link] "Welcome to the ALHABESH Academy". Alhabeshacademy.com. Retrieved 2012-06-30. 
  18. ^ "Korem High School". 
  19. ^ "Atse Yohannes High School Alumni". 
  20. ^ "Kilte-Awlaelo Alumni". 
  21. ^ [dead link] http://www.bioethiopia.com/CATHEDRAL.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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External links[edit]

  1. ^ Victory Academy