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Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) make it easy for you to find answers to your most pressing inquiries into the School of Education. If you can't find your answer here, please feel free to contact us or use our site search to find the information you need.HOW DO I ENROL MY CHILD (REN)?

Follow the admission steps here .
IESA offers a wide variety of subjects strictly under Cambridge Curriculum, enriched with UCMAS. Nursery, Primary, Junior High and Senior High School curriculum can be found here.
In the IESA environment, the parent acts as a Learning Coach who facilitates progress through daily lessons. Suggested weekly lesson plans are provided, which update automatically as the child progresses. The lesson plans can be varied to accommodate the child's pace or abilities. A wide array of practical advice, tips, and substantial support is always available.
In the high school program, the parent still plays an important supportive role to help the student stay on task and ensure follow-through on his or her assignments. During high school, though, the student is expected to start managing his or her own time and academic schedule more directly. Parents are advised to attend every meeting the school organises.
The IESA standard of Education is based on Cambridge Syllabus, designed to exceed national and worldwide standards. With our team of unified and harmonized teachers, our goal is to provide children with an education that is comparable or superior to that provided by the nation’s best public and private schools. 
Yes, IESA is accredited by Standards and Testing Agency (STA) with the National Ministry of Education, Côte d’Ivoire approved decision number 950/MEN/CAB/DEEP of 18/01/2016. 
IESA provides a broad based academic and extra-curricular activities for our students. With our academic methods and well trained staff, IESA offers a harmonious and a secured environment for our students. We provide all the necessary platforms for our students to exhibit their talents and socialize. 
The academic year usually runs from September to June with breaks and holidays. There are three (3) terms in general. First term which runs from September to December, Second term from January to March and Third term from April to June.
Yes, IESA writes various examinations at various levels. Grade 6 writes Cambridge Checkpoint, Grade 10 Cambridge IGCSE and G12 Cambridge A/AS Level.
Yes, IESA provide a 100% full scholarship on tuition for the overall best student with the highest average at the end of every academic year. This award is dedicated in memory of our late student, Emmanuel Njankoua Wandji. 
IESA provides nutritious and wide range of food for our students under the canteen services. The canteen service provides ONLY LUNCH. Breakfast should be provided by parents. Find out more here. 
IESA school days are from Mondays to Fridays. School hours vary depending on level. Nursery school: 8 am to 1:00 pm, Primary: 8 am to 3:00 pm and High School: 8 am to 4 p.m.
Yes. IESA has an online study portal called Education City, which offers extra exercises and homework for students. With an easy and user friendly user interface, Education City can be accessed online via PC or a tablet.
Yes. IESA provides extra-curricular activities for our students which ranges from swimming, Taekwondo, Tennis, etc. Find out more here.





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