The followings are international schools available in Port Moresby
1) Ela Murray International School
Ela Murray implements the International Education Agency (IEA) curriculum which is typical of that found in most western countries and reflects an outcomes based approach. The curriculum is available on the IEA Web Site. Around 25% of pupils are from Papua New Guinea, and the rest are expatriates from all over the world.
Enrollment at Ela Murray is around 320 pupils in primary and middle school grades from Grade Prep to Grade Seven. Site facilities include an oval, assembly area, well-equipped library, science and technology block, tennis, basketball and netball courts, and a 25 meter swimming pool.
The Ela Murray International School
PO Box 1137 , Boroko
National Capital District
Papua New Guinea
Phone: (675) 325-2183 or 325-2833
Fax : (675) 325-7925
You can visit their website by Clicking Here
2) Port Moresby International School
Port Moresby International School offers a complex and varied curriculum choice to our students that include the PNG Curriculum, the Australian Capital Territory Curriculum, the IGCSE, and the IB Curricula.
Phone: (675) 325-3166
Fax: (675) 325-4439
PO Box 276, Boroko
NCD 111 Papua New Guinea
3) Koroboro International School.
Koroboro International School is operated by one board but is comprised of two schools - Boroko East International School for early childhood to Grade 2 and Korobosea International School for grade 3 to 8.
Koroboro has well developed facilities including a swimming pool, ovals, a hard court, Library and spacious classrooms. There are high levels of computer technology including Interactive Whiteboards, laptops, wireless and classroom computers.
Korobosea International School can be contacted at:
Phone: (675) 325-5358
Fax : (675) 323-0283
Boroko East International School can be contacted at:
Phone: (675) 325-5037
Fax : (675) 325-5821
4) ST JOSEPH'S International Catholic College.
St Joseph’s International Catholic College is a Pre-school to Grade 11 school, and in 2009 will have its first students in Grade 12 who will undertake the PNG and NSW Higher School Certificates.
Joey’s became a true International School in 2006 after being granted a Certificate of Recognition by the New South Wales Board of Studies (Australia) to offer the International Credential of the NSW School Certificate. The first cohort of students sat both the PNG and NSW School Certificate in 2007. St Joseph’s topped the country in the Grade 10 PNG School Certificate with a mean index rating of 99 and came in the top 10% of 66,000 students who sat the NSW School Certificate.
The School can be contacted at:
Phone: (675) 325-3733, 325-3021, 311-2554
Fax: (675) 325-3237