History Of Omololu

The Omololu International School has been in existence since 1994. It was the first private school on the island and was founded with the goal of providing a progressive, holistic education to the children of Anguilla.

Omololu is a Yoruba name from West Africa which means: “Child of God”. The close-knit, caring setting allows each child to be appreciated for their uniqueness with the ultimate goal of preparing students for the local
and global world.

One of the highlights in the history of the school was the commendation received in 2001 from UNESCO and the International Bureau of Education, that “the school is a model for UNESCO’s vision of education for the 21st century.”

The school has always used a blend of its own curriculum and the National Curriculum of Anguilla. The curriculum is directed towards a sound core program: multicultural education, foreign languages, the creative and performing arts, and personal, social and physical development.

Now located in its new permanent campus, OIS is set for the future, continuing to offer students the best and most progressive education in the area.