About Baobab College
Baobab College is a independent primary and secondary school in Lusaka, Zambia. Lusaka is the nation’s capital and largest city, with a population of 1.8 million. The school is located on an expansive green campus to the south of the city. Children are taught from two and a half to eighteen years of age, in day or boarding facilities. Students follow the National Curriculum for England and Wales and students sit the Cambridge International Examinations at the end of Year 11 (IGCSE) and years 12 and 13 (AS and A level).
Sporting facilities at Baobab College include an eight lane 25m swimming pool and an expansive playing field. The school hosts national league galas, and in 2006 hosted the Sub Saharan short course championships. Rugby facilities frequently cater for the needs of national teams from Botswana, Kenya and Swaziland. The school also enjoys access to Chilanga Golf Course and hosts an annual PTA corporate Golf Day.
A unique balance of traditional values and modern teaching methods means that all children at Baobab are challenged to perform at the highest levels and academic results are an impressive reflection of this commitment.
Boabab College prides itself as the premier international school in Lusaka, teaching the next generation of learners who can excel on a worldwide scale. The school has recently embarked on the creation of a phased long-term development plan, which will encompass new and exciting facilities, to ensure that Baobab College maintains its position at the forefront of education provision well into the future.