CAPE TOWN SCHOOLS
American International School Cape Town – (AISCT)
The American International School of Cape Town is a private, non-profit co-educational institution founded in 1997. The school educates 500 students from over 50 countries, ranging in age between 2 and 18 years and instructed by teachers from around the world. The school has an average class size of 16 students with a student-to-teacher ratio of 10:1.
The school is located on 12-acres in the heart of Constantia Hills with Table Mountain National Park towering in the background. Cape Town is a dynamic, modern city of 4 million people and is continually ranked as one of the best places to live in the world.
AISCT follows curriculum out of the USA and offers College Board Advanced Placement (AP) courses in the high school, including the AP Capstone Program. Following the northern hemisphere calendar, the school year begins in August and ends in June. AISCT students are able to experience a wide range of classes, from traditional core subjects to innovative classes such as robotics, design technology, musical theatre, band, and vocals. In high school, students have 65 different classes to choose from during their 4-year experience
Address – 42 Soetvlei Avenue, Constantia 7806, South Africa
Telephone – (27) 21 713 2220
Website – www.aisct.org
German International School – Deutsche Ernationale Schule Kapstadt (DSK)
This bilingual coeducational institute is divided into primary, middle and high schools. It offers South African and European university entrance qualifications, and its students are exposed to a highly European, cosmopolitan environment where students are taught by German as well as local teachers.
A feature unique to this academic institute is that all learners obtain one of these two double qualifications:
- The National Senior Certificate (NSC, South African degree) and the German language diploma of level B2 / C1 level
- The combined degree with NSC and German International Abitur.
Keeping in line with the current trends, DSK has adopted diverse teaching methods and modern facilities in order to cater to learners of all types, and places its focus on academics, music, sports, and other extracurricular activities
A small boarding school for children from grade 9 who are attending the upper school offers an opportunity to become acquainted with Cape Town and South Africa as well as improve their English for a semester or longer.
The school is situated in the Tamboerskloof district below Lions Head with a view of the Waterfront and Table Mountain.
Address – 28 Bay View, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town 8001
Telephone – +27 21 480 3830
Website – dsk.co.za/?lang=en
The Cape Town French School
The French School in Cape Town was established in 1985 and offers internationally accredited education, giving access to the best schools and universities in the world in a co-ed and secular environment from 2 years old to the end of High School, age 18 (grade 12) with the French “Baccalaureat” Diploma.
The school is based on two centrally-located campuses, a Primary School in Sea Point and a High School in Gardens offering a wide choice of extra-mural activities and creative holiday programmes. A dual-medium education in French and in English with dedicated teachers and staff and a proud member of the Eco-School programme for sustainability
The school is part of a network of 492 schools in 137 countries operating as the AEFE Network of French schools abroad. From Cape Town to Shanghai, from London to Buenos Aires, from Los Angeles to Vancouver, our learners can move smoothly from one school to the other just about anywhere in the world. All AEFE schools follow exactly the same curriculum, which provides a seamless, stress-free process when transitioning between schools within the network.
Address – Kings Road, Sea Point, Cape Town 8005, South Africa
Telephone – +27 (0)21 434 12 78
Address – 101 Hope Street Gardens, Cape Town 8001, South Africa
Telephone – + 27 (0)21 461 25 08