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African Union International School

Founded in 2005 by the African Centered Education Foundation (ACE Foundation), AUIS is a unique Pan-African co-educational institution dedicated to grooming a new generation of African Leaders.
The school accepts fulltime 1 to Grade 12 students from the 54 states of the African Union and from the worldwide African Diaspora. AUIS seeks to instill in learners the competency and the commitment to become Servant Leaders and Social Entrepreneurs striving for a united and prosperous Africa as well as a just and peaceful World.
The school is registered with the South African Department of Education as an independent
international school and is accredited by the United States College Board. Conveniently located in Midrand, 30 km from both Pretoria and Johannesburg, the African Union International School offers full boarding facilities in a peaceful environment, very conducive to learning. The average class size is 10 pupils. This allows individualized attention and student-centred instructional techniques. AUIS is highly selective of its students. Selection criteria include academic achievement, social maturity, and leadership potential.
For more information about the school, visit website www.auis.co.za
 


 
 
 
 

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