Maseru - Post Report Question and Answers

What is the availability of international schools? What has been your general experience with them, if any?

Lots of good nannies. One of my children was in pre-school and attended a Montessori school that we really liked. My other child was too young for school. - Aug 2020

The American International School here is tiny, but seems the best option. Nice administrators and teachers, but I wouldn't call it cutting edge and wouldn't want my children there for many years, especially as they get older. There is also Machebeng College but I don't know much about it. - May 2016

I didn't have direct experience, as my child was not school age, but there were a small handful of options. It seemed to be fine for the younger years but problematic for older children. - Aug 2015

I don't have personal experience with the American International School, but I understand that parents are generally happy with it. It's a small and friendly place that goes up to grade 9. Expats also use Maseru Prep and Machabeng College, which completes high school and has IB. - Jun 2010

American International School has grades pre-school to 8. - Mar 2009

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