List of Schools in Namibia

List of Schools in Namibia

What Are Schools?

A school is an educational institution designed to provide learning spaces and learning environments for the teaching of students under the direction of teachers. Most countries have systems of formal education, which is sometimes compulsory. In these systems, students progress through a series of schools.

These Are Some Of The List of Schools in Namibia

Tertiary Institutions in Namibia

University of Namibia

Namibia University of Science and Technology

International University of Management

The University Center for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN)

Namibian College of Open Learning (NAMCOL)

Welwitchia University Namibia

Polytechnic of Namibia

Adonai College

College of the Arts (COTA)

Frameworks Africa Consultancy CC

Headstart Mercy Montessori Teachers Training College

International Training College Lingua (ITCL)

Katutura Community College (KCC)

Monitronic Success College

Namibia Construction Skills Academy (NCSA)

Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary (NETS)

On Track Learning Solutions Namibia

Philippi Trust Namibia

Shadonai Beauty School

St. Charles Lwanga Major Seminary

Triumphant College

United Lutheran Theological Seminary Paulinum

Center For Training and Projects Development (CTPD)

Business Schools in Namibia

Namibia Business School

Southern Business School Namibia

Business School of Excellence Namibia

PwC Namibia Business School

Institutes in Namibia

Namibia Institute of Architects

Namibia Institute of Mining and Technology (NIMT)

Namibian Maritime and Fisheries Institute (Namfi)

Tulipohamba Training and Assessment Institute

Labour Resource and Research Institute (LaRRI)

Institute of Bankers Namibia (IOB)

Institute of Information Technology (IIT)

Institute for Open Learning (IOL)

Institute for Domestic Science & Agriculture in Baumgartsbrunn

Vocational Schools in Namibia

Wolwedans Foundation Trust

National Youth Service (NYS)

Namibian Academy for Tourism and Hospitality (NATH)

Military School – Osona Base

Katutura Youth Enterprise Center (KAYEC)

African Hospitality and Tourism Cc

Africa Institutional Management Services (AIMS)

Africa Leadership Institute (ALI)

DAPP (Development Aid from People to People ) Vocational Training School

Eenhana Vocational Training Centre, Engela, Ohangwena Region

Nakayale Vocational Training Centre, Outapi, Omusati Region

Okakarara Vocational Training Centre, Okakarara, Otjozondjupa Region.

Rundu Vocational Training Centre, Rundu, Kavango Region

Valombola Vocational Training Centre, Ongwediva, Oshana Region

Windhoek Vocational Training Centre, Windhoek, Khomas Region

Zambezi Vocational Training Centre, Katima Mulilo, Zambezi Region

Ngato Vocational Training Center, Rundu, Kavango West

High Schools in Namibia

Holy Cross Convent Primary School

Negumbo Secondary School

Windhoek International School

St Paul’s College, Namibia

The International School of Walvis Bay

Eros Primary School

Nehale Senior Secondary School

Centaurus Secondary School

Hochland High School

Khomas High School

Martin Ndumba Combined School

Windhoek Afrikaans Private School

Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Senior Secondary School

Waldorf School Windhoek

Constantia Private School

Windhoek High School

Windhoek Technical High School

Deutsche Höhere Privatschule Windhoek (DHPS)

Academia Secondary School

A. Shipena Secondary School

Gobabis Gymnasium

Odibo Combined School

Gems Field Private School

Combretum Trust School

Namib high school

Martii Atisaari Primary School

Danie Joubert Combined School

Suiderhof Primary School

Mweshipandeka Secondary School

Orban Primary School

St George’s Diocesan School

Gabriel Taapopi Senior Secondary School

De Duine High School

Da-Palm Senior Secondary School

Namibia Primary School

Amazing Kids Private School

Paresis High School

Donatus Primary School

Gobabis Primary School

Frequently Ask Questions

How many schools are there in Namibia?

Namibia has 1,723 primary and secondary schools, 119 of them private and 1,604 governmental. As of August 2013, 26 additional schools were under construction, and most of the country nevertheless experiences a shortage of schools, school hostels, and classroom space.

What is the best school in Namibia?

  • St. Paul’s College.
  • Windhoek High School.
  • Deutsche Höhere Privatschule Windhoek (DHPS)
  • Deutscher Schulverein Otjiwarongo.
  • Etosha Secondary School – Tsumeb.
  • Ruacana Vocational High School.
  • Karibib Private School.
  • Concordia College.

What are the current status of education in Namibia?

In all government schools, primary education is free since 2013, and secondary education since 2016. Tertiary educational institutions, both private and public, charge tuition fees. Corporal punishment is not allowed.

What are the four main goals of education in Namibia?

Namibia’s education system hangs on four fundamental goals, namely, equity, quality, access and democracy.

Who is the minister of education in Namibia 2020?

Anna Nghipondoka is minister of education, arts and culture with Faustina Caley as the deputy minister. Furthermore, Bank of Namibia Governor Iipumbu Shiimi is now appointed as minister of finance replacing Calle Schlettwein who moves to being minister of agriculture, water and land reform.

What is educational law in Namibia?

To promote and regulate free and compulsory basic education; to ensure equitable inclusive quality education and lifelong learning; to promote and protect the right of learners to education; to provide for the establishment, accreditation, registration, governance and management of State and private schools and hostels.

What are the educational policies in Namibia?

The formal education system comprises seven years of compulsory and free primary education, three years of junior secondary, and two years of senior secondary education, from the age of six years old up to the age of sixteen. It should, however, be noted that free education does not mean completely free.

Is homeschooling legal in Namibia?

Homeschooling is governed under the Basic Education Act 3 of 2020. Parents are obligated to apply for admission for a child at a registered homeschool no later than 10 school days after the start of the school year or the day the child turns six years old.

What are systems in education in Namibia?

Simply put, an education system comprises everything that goes into educating public-school students at the federal, state, or community levels: Laws, policies, and regulations. Public funding, resource allocations, and procedures for determining funding levels.

How is education structured in Namibia?

Education in the United States follows a pattern similar to that in many systems. Early childhood education is followed by primary school (called elementary school in the United States), middle school, secondary school (called high school in the United States), and then postsecondary (tertiary) education.

What is the purpose of school in Namibia?

“The main purpose of Namibia school is to provide for the fullest possible development of each learner for living morally, creatively, and productively in a democratic society.” “The one continuing purpose of education, since ancient times, has been to bring people to as full a realization as possible.

What are the 4 purposes of school in Namibia?

These four above include implicit assumptions about the aims of school being: 1) academic achievement, social mobility; 2) character/mindset development, math learning; 3) social cohesion, and; 4) social equality.