What's happening at MIS?News & Updates
This morning MIS was happy to have Holli Kimble aka the 'wandering engineer' visit the school and speak at Secondary assembly. As a special treat the Years 3-6 were also invited to attend assembly this morning and listen to what Holli had to share. Holli is a...
Year 3 ended their science unit of "Life Processes" with a visit to APOPO. APOPO is a non-profit organisation with Belgian roots that trains African giant pouched rats to find landmines and tuberculosis using their incredible sense of smell. Students had a first hand...
SPREAD THE NEWS! Invite your family and friends to the FREE International Music Day Festival at MIS this Saturday from 10am - 4pm. This event is open to ALL not just the MIS community. We hope to see you all there!
Well done to the Piranhas Masters who came in overall 2nd place in the 2nd Tanzanian Masters Championship held at HOPAC in Dar es Salaam on the 28th of September! Masters swimming is a fast-growing leisure activity and a fun way for MIS parents and teachers to join in...
What a fantastic week for our Primary school as the Year Six students ran for Primary Head Girl, Head Boy and Prefects! Well Done to all students who campaigned and gave speeches. A special mention to Reuben Shallom and Sarita Maeda for their new posts as Head Girl...
The exam season is over but now that the results are out it is time to reflect on how the students have performed. Statistics can never tell the whole story and it is important not to draw too many conclusions from a small data sample, but here are some of the...
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School Hours: Mon-Thu: 7:40am - 2:45pm, Fri: - 12 pm
How it all began
Morogoro International School is one of the oldest genuine international schools in Tanzania having opened its doors to its campus within the grounds of Sokoine University in 1976. It moved to its present site on the edge of the town of Morogoro on the Dodoma road in 1992. Initially a primary school serving a predominately expatriate clientele, the International School of Morogoro as it was formally known, expanded into secondary school education in 2005 with its first cohort of IGCSE exam students sitting in 2010. In August 27th, 2015 it began offering A levels for the first time and we now have over 20 students in our 6th Form.