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Zambezi Boarding Secondary Sch. is a public secondary school. Located in Zambezi (North Western-ZM), this institution is classified as a rural education institution, this institution is public owned.
Zambezi Boarding Secondary is a co –education school which was opened in January 1965. It started its operation under the name “Balovale Secondary School” which was later changed to Zambezi Secondary School in 1970. The name Zambezi is derived from Zambia’s river of pride Zambezi. The Change of name was motivated by the slogan “One Zambia One Nation” with the view to make the school more inclusive on ethnicity lines. At inception the pupil population was in the range of 70 – 80 with only four (4) members of staff. Currently, the enrolment is averaging 940 pupils with 60 members of staff. The first headmaster was Dr Paul David Wilkin who came to the school in 1965. The comprehensive list of Head teachers is as follows;
Committed to Excellent
To be a model school that is committed to excellence and holistic development of all learners
To pursue academic excellence in order to produce learners who can contribute and compete favourably in an ever- changing global society
In line with the 2013 curriculum framework, the school provides for the two career pathways both at Junior and senior secondary levels. These are the academic career pathway and vocational career pathways. The main vocational pathways pursued by the school are Home Economics and Hospitality as well as Technological oriented pathways were design and technology is the dominant subject. Zambezi Boarding is the only secondary school in the district that offers Natural Sciences academic career pathway in the district.
Over a period of years the school has scored from below average to above average. The table below highlight grade 9 and 12 national results for the past 10 years;
|Year||Grade 9||Grade 12|