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14 Zim Schools make it into 100 Best Secondary Schools in Africa

There has been a marked rise of very good secondary schools all over the continent. Whilst government schools within African countries started off the best, following independence, much has changed. For the most part, private schools (we consider missionary school as private) outperform government schools. In addition, international schools have taken Africa by storm. Below is the list of 100 best secondary schools.

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africaThere has been a marked rise of very good secondary schools all over the continent. Whilst government schools within African countries started off the best, following independence, much has changed. For the most part, private schools (we consider missionary school as private) outperform government schools. In addition, international schools have taken Africa by storm. Below is the list of 100 best secondary schools.

Fourteen of our very own Zim schools make it onto the list, which is a great achievement, South Africa has 30 schools. It is the schools that make it on the list, or that didn’t make it onto the list that I found puzzling. But it all depends on the methodology used to produce the list. It is in my opinion difficult to compare a school doing Zimsec from one doing Cambridge.

1. Grey College South Africa
2. Rift Valley Academy Kenya
3. King Edward VII School South Africa

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