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Faith Yona – gone, but not forgotten

Yesterday (November 27) a tree was planted at St Constantine’s in memory of Faith Yona, following a moving Memorial Service where Faith’s friends, family and teachers celebrated her life. Her former classmates sang, spoke and remembered her with love, and her friend Karen drew her portrait – which was presented to her parents in aRead More

SCIS Dance! Festival.

On Friday November 30th SCIS hosted an evening of music and dance for students, families and friends from Arusha schools and the wider community. The evening kicked off with music performed very professionally by the SCIS school band on the lawn, while visitors relaxed and enjoyed food and drinks provided by Khans and our ownRead More

World Cleanup Day 2018

On Saturday 15th September 2018, SCIS joined the rest of the world on the civic movement against trash. Both our primary and secondary students participated in this robust activity with such a positive energy; it was great to see how much difference we brought into the environment at the end of the day.  World CleanupRead More

Sports Weekend

On Saturday 26th May 2018, SCIS hosted a friendly U11+U13 Netball as well as the U11 Rugby Tournament. Our teams showed great sportsmanship even though not all of the matches went our way. At the end of the day, the U-11 boys came second on the Rugby tournament, while our girls put in all their effortsRead More

SCIS mourns the tragic loss of our student, Nolan Kishe

The entire staff and student body at St. Constantine’s International School was saddened by the tragic loss of one of our very own students, Nolan Kishe, a senior student in Year 13 who suffered a Cerebral Aneurysm. Nolan (15) was an enthusiastic, ambitious, focused, innovative young man who would always choose service above self. EveryoneRead More

Upper Primary Concert 2017

        Thursday 12th October saw the annual Upper Primary Concert in the main school hall. It was a little earlier this year, to make way for the Year 3/4 play at the end of term, but certainly lived up to expectations. Beginning with the National Anthem of Tanzania, the show took usRead More