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Quality Schools International

Quality Schools International (QSI), founded by Jim Gilson and Duane Root, is a group of non-profit international schools offering education in the English language, in a number of countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas. The first school was founded in 1971. The organization's world headquarters is in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Quality Schools International
Information
TypeNon-profit school organization
MottoSuccess for All
Established1971
PresidentH. Duane Root and Jim Gilson
LanguageEnglish
NewspaperQuintile
Website

AssociationsEdit

QSI schools are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA).[1] The chain is a member of CEESA, the Central and Eastern European Schools Association for US Overseas schools.[2]

QSI schools serve as Collegeboard Advanced Placement and/or SAT testing centers.;[3] they participate in the National Honor Society and the National Junior Honor Society.

QSI offers an International Baccalaureate diploma at some of its larger schools.[4]

QSI is a partner organization with NWEA and offers the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) computerized adaptive standardized test at all school locations. The United States government U.S. Department of State Office of Overseas Schools provides funding and assistance to QSI schools[5]

HistoryEdit

Quality Schools International is an outgrowth of Sanaa International School, founded in Yemen in 1971 by Jim Gilson. In 1991, Gilson founded QSI together with Duane Root.

Individual schoolsEdit

As of 2017, QSI operates 36 schools in 30 countries.[6]

EuropeEdit

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CaucasusEdit

AfricaEdit

The AmericasEdit

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