TEMA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
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AB REVIEW SAYS Tema International School (TIS) is a private co-educational boarding school situated some 10 kilometres north of the port city of Tema, which lies on the Greenwich Meridian. Opened in October, 2003, Tema International School has these as its aims and objectives: to provide a holistic education that compliments the National Education System and facilitates access into international universities through subscription to the IGSCE programme of the University of Cambridge local examinations syndicate and IBO. The IB Diploma and Certificate Programme is a demanding pre-university course of study for highly motivated students aged 16 to 19. The IGCSE is a rigorous two year curriculum that encourages high academic standards and is recognized internationally. The school has 5 star facilities which earns it respect as one of the most endowed schools in the country. On an 18 acre campus, there are 4 hostels for the boarders, an ultra modern library with some 22,000 volume of books, air-conditioned classrooms surrounded by attractive and well-tended gardens, a resource centre housing four science labs, computer labs with over 50 computers with broadband satellite Internet access linked to a LAN by wi-fi., and a art and music block with exhibition rooms. Sports facilities include a full size football pitch, basketball and volleyball courts, and a swimming pool. A gymnasium and tennis court is currently under construction. The school provides accommodation for students in hostels. Food is served in the Multi Purpose Hall (MPH) which also serves as a venue for other school functions. The school offers an invigorating social environment on campus with students participating in a host of extracurricular activities including clubs and sporting programs. Tema International School is a top International School in the country by all standards.
Population: 350 (from 11 countries)
No. of Teachers: 100
Averag class size:25
Day and Boarding