Find out all the general overview information regarding our school. Feel free to browse the sections below and click through for further information on each topic.

Headmaster’s Welcome

Welcome to St. Constantine’s, a Round Square school. We are a happy, thriving, British international school with a Tanzanian heart. The school is  built on both the strong foundations of our own distinguished past and the principles of Kurt Hahn who started the Round Square movement. At the centre of school life are our IDEALS.Read More

Who are we?

St. Constantine’s is a co-educational, day and boarding, British-style, international school, serving 650 students (including 90 boarders) from over 30 different countries. Having celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2012, it is thus the second oldest international school in Tanzania and is now the largest international school in northern Tanzania – and is continuing its growthRead More

History and Governance

Brief History St. Constantine’s International School was founded in 1952 by the Greek immigrant community that originally settled in East Africa in the 1920s and 1930s. Numbering 4,000 – 5,000, the Greek community in East Africa settled and prospered in agriculture, mining and business, and sent their children to board at St. Constantine’s where theyRead More


Main Campus – Burka The Main Campus property is 35 acres in size, filled with jacaranda and flame trees (over 800 trees!), and is populated (in addition to the 650 day students and 90 boarding residents of the human species) by bands of vervet monkeys, bush-babies, three and two horned chameleons, more than 100 speciesRead More

Alumni Association

A Legacy of Success and Achievements St. Constantine’s is proud to have served Tanzania and the world for the past 60 years. Hundreds of St. Constantine’s former students serve the country and the world in different capacities in the public and private sectors as; doctors, scientists, lawyers, teachers, university professors, businessmen/woman and engineers to mentionRead More

School Calendar

The 2020-2021 school calendar (beginning in August 2020) can be seen visually HERE Also a copy of 2021 -2022 school calendar can be seen HERE Please note this is an updated version of the calendar (June 2020) which shows that pupils are now at school for the 11th and 12th February 2021 as we haveRead More


Food is an important part of school life, especially for our boarding students, and one that is taken very seriously. We offer our students nutritious, freshly prepared food throughout the day. We are happy to have the school meals prepared by our chef, Mr George Mavromoustakis who runs our catering facilities here at school asRead More

Pastoral Care

Students thrive in an environment where they are well-known and cared for by staff, and where they feel happy and confident. Our whole team of pastoral staff aim to help each student at St. Constantine’s to not only reach their academic and co-curricular potential, but to also develop into a happy young individual with goodRead More

Medical Care

We have a medical centre at St. Constantine’s that is staffed by a full-time nurse who is available to attend to all first aid incidences on campus. The nurse is available to those students who are not feeling well and will recommend if the student should receive more detailed care from our School Doctor. WeRead More

Meet our staff

SCIS has an international cast of staff bringing expertise from around the world.  Many of our teachers have taught in other Cambridge International schools as well as Round Square schools – our teachers come from far and wide and have taught in many places: UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Australia, and East Africa. Click here forRead More