Welcome to Banani International School

Banani International School aims to provide a high standard of education for girls of diverse ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds.  The school strives to create a positive, dynamic and clean environment within which students can develop their potential in the areas of academic knowledge, practical skills, physical fitness, and moral responsibility.

Students are encouraged to use a rational, scientific approach to problem solving, both in and outside of the classroom; to think independently and to express themselves clearly and honestly within the bounds of courtesy and respect.

In order to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world, students are counseled to approach personal challenges with courage, tolerance, flexibility, and an open mind.

The Banani motto - “Let Your Vision Be World Embracing” – expresses itself through an awareness of the community, both on a global and local level.  Our students acquire a global vision, but act locally to address the needs of the community in which they live.  The concept of service is an integral part of the personal development of each student.

We look forward to working with you.

  • Upcoming Events:

    • December 1, 2014School Break
    • January 4, 2015Term I Begins
    • January 25, 2015Visiting Sunday/Open House
    • February 20, 2015Mid-Term Break Begins
    • February 21, 2015Mid-Term Break
    • March 1, 2015Mid-Term I Break Ends
    • March 8, 2015International Women's Day
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  • Testimonials

    “Banani is a school full of experiences and discoveries. It has taught me to know what I am capable of doing, and helped me find myself.”

    — Akka Sunstrum, Burundi

    “Apart from giving me a strong educational foundation, Banani helped me broaden my intuitive understanding of people of all ages and backgrounds. Memories of Banani will be a part of me always.”

    — Trisha Doughty, Zambia

    “We are indeed very proud of her... She was growing up a very shy reserved child. We therefore congratulate Banani for bringing the best out of her. We shall forever be indebted to you and your staff.”

    — Parents of a 2003 graduate

    “What I like most about Banani is the diversity of the students. Each girl has her own identity and nationality, creating a dynamic and enjoyable atmosphere at the school.”

    — Jessica Baker, Canada