Central High School
About Central High School
Central High School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational international, independent secondary school with sixth form in Limbe, Malawi, serving students from the age of 11-18. It is registered with the University of Cambridge Examinations.
Central High School was founded in 1968. The school follows the English National Curriculum Key Stage 4 and the Cambridge International Curriculum. Students go on to take IGCSE, AS and A level exams.
Values and vision
Central High School is committed to encouraging all pupils to fulfil their potential and succeed to the highest of their ability across the curriculum, while contributing their ideas to class and listening and valuing other. The secondary school works to engage, challenge and inspire pupils as life-long learners, who will go on to achieve their goals and dreams in their future lives. . Dedicated teaching staff work to help pupils discover their unique talents and nurture them accordingly, giving them a focus. Students are nurtured as compassionate, thoughtful and kind who are respectful of others, regardless of their differences and beliefs. Pupils are guided as active, committed and responsible members of society who contribute their skills, knowledge and time to the local and wider community, which is practiced through regular charity and fundraising events at the school. A wide range of extra-curricular activities are arranged for all students to get involved in and pursue their interest outside of the classroom, which include sports clubs, drama class, a writer's club, art lessons and chess club. Students also regularly take part in sports competitions.