Partenaires

Tammie & Joe Bielitzky & Bettinger      Vincent Bribosia     Famille Eric de Lamotte      Manuela & Miguel del Marmol    

 Caroline & Dominique Eeman      Enfant Heureux (fondation)          Rica & Henri Jados       Yvette Zinga Kasuku      Simone Kloss 

Philippe le Hodey      Martine Lhoist      Sophie & Bernard Meeus      Véronique & François Mairlot       Kate Maher     Lea Musekamp 

Guy Muya    Latina & Gentiny Ngobila     Claudine & Pierre Ndayambaje Proesmans      Charlotte & André Querton      

Resurrexit (Fondation)       Mariana & Mwanza Singoma       Valérie Todenhoefer      Anne & Michel Vandenkerckhove 

Isabelle & François van den Bosch 

KIVU INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Avenue de Kyeshero,GOMA
République Démocratique du Congo
Email: secretariat@kisdrc.net
Téléphone: (+243) 0993 830 004 
 

Autorisation et Agrément National: MINEPSP/CABMIN/0064/ 2017 du 10/03/2017 

Arrêté provincial n°01/013 CAB/GP-NK /2017 du 11/02/2017 

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SECONDARY 

CURRICULUM

By the start of the next academic year in September 2017, Kivu International School (KIS) will open its classes to first (1st) through third (3rd) grade students of secondary education. Each grade at KIS will follow and implement both the National Curriculum Programme. As a result of its rigorous educational and personal standards, KIS takes pride in offering a unique international education.

 

In accordance with the philosophy of the Congolese national secondary school Curriculum Programme: 

The programme   : 

  • Addresses holistically students’ intellectual, social, emotional and physical well-being;

 

  • Provides students opportunities to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills they need in order to manage complexity and take responsible action for the future;

 

  • Ensures breadth and depth of understanding through study in eight subject groups (language acquisition, literature, individuals and societies, sciences, mathematics, arts, physical and health education, and design);

 

  • These subject groups and this teaching framework will allow students to gain knowledge regarding entrepreneurship, nature preservation, environmental management, agro-business, …

 

  • Requires the study of at least two languages (French and English) to support students in understanding their own cultures and those of others;

 

  • Empowers students to participate in service within the community;

 

  • Helps to prepare students for further education, the workplace and a lifetime of learning.