We believe that children's lives change when their natural passion for learning is nurtured and transformed into habits of life-long learning and reflection. We believe that the world changes as these children learn to serve country and community with wisdom, conviction, and compassion.
Our admission process allows us to meet families, like yours, with curious and motivated students who would benefit from a Quality education and contribute to our community. We’ll get to know each other through the admission process that includes workshops, group activities, and other fun, child-centered events.
The development of a child depends on both the school and the home that is why we believe strongly in collaborating with parents through the PTA. Through the PTA, we strengthen student's values at home and at school.
We believe in allowing the students express themselves to the fullest that is why we created cultural day and talent day. For Achievers, learning occurs in many different settings beyond the walls of a traditional classroom.
Beyond the classroom, nearly all QIS students are involved in multiple extracurricular activities. Opportunities abound to participate in a wide range of clubs and activities, exchange programs, community service and sustainability initiatives, and student publications.
Numbers don’t tell the whole story, but they can tell you a lot about a community.
At Quality International School, our numbers illustrate the strength of our academic programs,
the dedication of our faculty and staff, the determination and perseverance of our students,
and the compassion of our community. We hope these numbers might inspire you to learn more about
Q.I.S and discover our whole story.
Quality Internationl School opened its doors in September of 2002 with 24 students in Nursery 1 and 2,
two teachers, and first head teacher Aunty Emelda. Classes were held in rented space on the street corner
opposite SONEL TKC. In 2007, enrollment had grown to 70 students and
the school moved to a half-hectare site on at Etoug-ebe.
The first class of 14 pupils graduated from the primary section in 2008.
In 2008, the Q.I.S expanded to include the Secondary section,
and in 2018-19 was home to 307 students.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2022, Q.I.S today serves over 1,000 young women and men in Nursery 1 through Upper Sixth.
staff who are G.C.E markers
Average class size
toddlers in Day-care and Nursery
pupils in Primary
students in secondary
students in high school
subjects in arts and science
periods per day in secondary
world languages taught
awarded to best 3 students in each class in 2021
item collection including books, periodicals, videos, DVDs, CDs, audiovisual equipment, and a special collection
awarded to ~25% of student body in 2021
Takes part in
competitions every year
national recognition scholars
Recognized by the Cameroon government
Authorization number:9645/08MINESEC/SG/DESG/SDSEPPEG/SGEPESG of 13 November 2008