English International School

The English International School is a private co-educational day school in Cotonou, Benin that was founded in 2000. It provides an international education using the English language as the language of instruction for pupils aged 3–18 years.[2] It is one of over 10,000 school established in over 160 countries that offer Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).[3]

English International School
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Coordinates6°21′27″N 2°23′27″E / 6.3574°N 2.3907°E / 6.3574; 2.3907Coordinates: 6°21′27″N 2°23′27″E / 6.3574°N 2.3907°E / 6.3574; 2.3907
TypePrivate - Primary, Infant and Selective Secondary
Religious affiliation(s)Secular
FounderPaul M. Collins[1]
Head teacherRebecca K. Carsky PhD
Age range2 to 18
School roll120
Average class size16
Education systemBritish
HousesNewton, Einstein and Mandela
Colour(s)Gold, red and white
AccreditationCambridge International Examinations

Students enrolled at the school, dependent on age, follow either the Cambridge Primary Programme[4] assessed through Cambridge Primary Checkpoint,[5] the Cambridge Secondary 1 Programme[6] assessed through Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint,[7] the Cambridge Secondary 2 Programme[8] assessed through CIE IGCSE examinations[9] or the Cambridge Advanced Programme[10] which is assessed through CIE A and AS level examinations.[11]


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