A World-Class School Full of Opportunities

Andinet International School of Ethiopia is well-known for its unmistakable culture of quality, exceptional care, and limitless opportunities. We instill a passion for and dedication to rigorous academic and personal exploration in our students. Andinet International School of Ethiopia students grow up in a community where every student is known and supported, and has the opportunity to personalize their learning.

Early Childhood Division

 By Pre-Kindergarten children begin to learn the sounds of the alphabets and to build vocabulary, as well as being introduced to numeracy. In kindergarten, children begin to learn phonics, basic writing, and additional numeracy skills. Preparatory students begin reading and understanding more about the world around them. The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) helps them begin to grasp an understanding of more complex concepts, like the concept of change. Numeracy skills advance to a level of understanding basic addition and subtraction.

Primary Division


The primary years are the time for curiosity, experimentation, research and questioning. The skills for mathematics, Amharic and beginning Amharic, English and beginning English, social studies, civics, ICT, science, art, music, and physical education are integrated through thematic units within the International Primary Curriculum (IPC).

The IPC promotes inquiry-based, experiential, and cross-curricular learning. Each IPC theme covers a wide range of curriculum subjects and shows students the important links between them. As well as these academic aims, the IPC includes ‘personal goals’ and ‘international goals’ which provide a social, moral and international education. This holistic approach to education emphasizes the importance of educating the whole child, and recognizes the value of both academic and social education.

Driven by Excellence


Academic excellence, ethical decision making, building leadership skills and engaging in service learning are the key areas of focus in the Secondary division, which includes Lower Secondary (Grade 7 & 8), High School (9 & 10) and Preparatory (11 & 12). Courses of study include: Mathematics, Amharic language, English language, German language (after school for interested students), French language for international students only, Civics, History, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, ICT, and Physical Education.

7th and 8th grade students enrolled in the Ethiopian National Curriculum concentrate on preparing for the Ethiopian National Examinations administered at the conclusion of Grade 8 by the Ethiopian Ministry of Education.