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QSI International School of Benin is one of 36 QSI schools around the world. It was established in 2012 to meet the need for a quality international school in the capital of Benin. It is a private, global, non-profit institution that offers a high-quality, English language, American-style education for students. Families represent many different nationalities and are a mixture of local and expatriate populations. English is the language of instruction, and English language support is available when necessary. The warm and welcoming school community makes it an ideal place to receive a quality education. 

Quality Schools International’s motto, “success for all,” is evident—the school only hires caring, qualified, and experienced staff to ensure that students reach mastery of learning. The well-defined and supported curriculum is designed to ensure that students can be accepted at leading universities around the world. The school also boasts the most up-to-date instructional materials, including a strong emphasis on the use of technology. 

QSI instructors share a common vision. Our teachers believe that every student can reach success, and it is our top priority to provide whatever support necessary to aid them. We believe that strong teachers possess the willingness, creativity, enthusiasm, and motivation to reach all students regardless of background. We believe that it is the teacher’s responsibility to support the struggling learner, as well as to challenge the top students. 

At QSI International School of Benin, our student-to-teacher ratio is ten-to-one. We keep class sizes small to ensure that each student receives individual attention and is valued as a person, with a strong emphasis on a positive community atmosphere and character education. Essential qualities, our success orientations, such as trustworthiness, kindness and politeness, responsibility, independent endeavor, concern for others, group interaction and aesthetic appreciation are encouraged. 

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Mr. Greg Sedmak