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Our History

Clifton College opened its doors in January 2011 with a class of 15 pupils, today it stands tall with over 200 pupils ranging from Form 1 to A2 level. The school is a registered company, a non-profit organization, and managed by a Board of Governors. The school is a member of the Independent Schools Association of Botswana (ISAB) and Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (ISASA).  Clifton College is a registered Cambridge Examination Centre.


Our Aims

We aim to provide a sound education and a balanced curriculum within a purposeful environment. Each student is encouraged to develop self-confidence and to assume responsibility for themselves and others. Throughout the years at Clifton College, we expect all students to benefit from their experiences and acquire the necessary skills for successful transfer to tertiary education and on into adult life. The school is rooted on family principles. Our core values are: Excellence, Integrity, Inclusion and Family.



Clifton College has grown phenomenally since opening its doors in 2011. This can be attributed to the school's success on both the academic and co-curricular activities. Classes range from Form 1 to A-Level.

Clifton College is proud of its excellent academic standards. The school has consistently produced impressive Cambridge IGCSE, AS and A-level results every year. Learners are meticulously prepared for examinations by means of rigorous revision sessions in class. In the College, emphasis is placed on meeting each student's individual needs, while at the same time, developing the co-operative and team skills so essential in today's workplace. Our students are equipped to secure places in tertiary institutions within Botswana, the SADC region and internationally.

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