Learning in Tanzania

The School Fund’s first batch of high school seniors is about to receive the results of their national examinations! Our students in Tanzania have been with us since we started funding students in 2009.

The Tanzanian school system follows the British system of 7/4/2/3 with seven years for primary school, four years of secondary school, two years of A-Levels, and about three years of University.

Up to this point we’ve worked only with students in Tanzania at the secondary school level. At the end of their time secondary school, these students take a National Exam called their O-Levels. Students who pass the O-Level exam get placed in an A-Level boarding school by the government.

We have high hopes that all of our students will pass their O-Levels, and continue their education to A-Levels. Best of luck to them all!

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