How to enroll your child at MIS
Registration continues year round at Morogoro International School. Since some classes and grades fill early, you are urged to complete the application process as soon as possible.
Send an email
Go through our website, take a look at our latest fee structure and schedule a school visit.
Whether you are enrolling for the current academic year or for next year, please fill out the application form and if relevant the boarding form and see the receptionist Dianarose about registering.
Should you have questions and require further information, then we recommend you contact David Hubbard the Headteacher, who will answer your questions and gladly assist you during your decision-making process.
The inclusiveness created by a non-selective entry policy and supported by our SEN department and small class sizes adds to this sense of mutual support where the more able help the less able and every child is given a chance to find their unique identity and to reach their potential inside and outside the classroom.
Reflecting on the mission and vision of Morogoro International School we are determined to provide an environment and an experience in which learning and growth of expertise can take place, within a supportive, stimulating, happy and co-operative community.
Special Educational Needs
Physics, Chemistry and Biology
After School Clubs
Our after school clubs program is essential to student development. It provides a structure for experiences that reinforce the curriculum and extend learning through sport, exploration, community engagement and the pursuit of individual passions.
Piranhas Swim Squad
Location: P.O. Box 1015
Phone: +255 715 794 864 (office hours)
School Hours: Mon-Thu: 7:40am - 2:45pm, Fri: - 12 pm
How it all began
Morogoro International School is one of the oldest genuine international schools in Tanzania having opened its doors to its campus within the grounds of Sokoine University in 1976. It moved to its present site on the edge of the town of Morogoro on the Dodoma road in 1992. Initially a primary school serving a predominately expatriate clientele, the International School of Morogoro as it was formally known, expanded into secondary school education in 2005 with its first cohort of IGCSE exam students sitting in 2010. In August 27th, 2015 we began offering A levels in 6th Form.