Okavango International School
Okavango International School exists to provide an international standard of education to students of all backgrounds and prepare students to enter the international higher education system. The student is at the heart of everything at Okavango International School. The school strives to develop the students’ full potential - physical, practical, moral, creative, and intellectual - that each individual might graduate a well educated, balanced, compassionate and tolerant member of the world society.
Bolstered by its unique placement in this environmental setting, the school advocates environmental protection and sustainable natural resource utilization. Okavango International School celebrates conservation, good stewardship, and Godly character.
With an enrollment of over 250 students in 2010, the school boasts a strong culture of discipline and high performance, and diversity is celebrated with pride.
Serving both primary and secondary students, Okavango International School provides an accelerated level of education over and above what is currently available in this region. The school curriculum prepares students for the University of Cambridge International General Certificate for Secondary Education (IGCSE) programme and allows them to easily transition into the University of Botswana.
We are targeting Africans and expatriates that want their children to have the very best education possible.
They are typically affluent, holding professional positions in corporations or governments living and working throughout Africa.
We want a logo that projects our values; conservation, good stewardship, Godly character and academic excellence.
We want a vintage collegiate look. Think shield or crest. Harvard, Cambridge, Yale type of logo with a slight African twist. Our school colors are forest green, khaki and navy blue.
The attached files is the basic look we are going for.