Mission and Vision

We will advance into one of the leading centers of learning in the Caribbean through building collaborative relationships among students, staff, parents, and the wider community.

To provide our students with a stimulating and engaging learning experience that inspires them to be balanced, open-minded and reflective global citizens. We use an internationally recognized curriculum of the highest standard embedded with the IB philosophy. The world is our classroom; all students have the courage and freedom to think, create and discover in a fun, safe and open environment.

We believe Omololu School is …

an internationally-minded school that:
• respects every individual, regardless of our differences
• has a curriculum that promotes international mindedness while keeping in mind the perspective of the local community
• regards the different socio-economic, geographic, religious and cultural backgrounds of its student body as a cause for celebration
• provides a language-rich environment and encourages students to study two extra languages besides the instructional language of English
• promotes active service to the wider community socially and environmentally

an open, inclusive community that:
• treats everyone with fairness
• listens to and treats with respect those with different points of view
• makes decisions after conducting open-minded consultation and seeking consensus
• establishes community spirit through responsibility and accountability
• empowers its members to be proactive
• encourages parents, students and teachers to work together

a school without walls that:
• is open to the outside world locally and globally
• encourages and supports innovation and sustainability
• gives rein to the creativity and imagination of its members
• encourages the use of modern technology in communication and the delivery of the curriculum
• is a part of a professional learning community in which all of its members see themselves as lifelong learners
• equips its members (teachers, students and parents) with mindsets and skill sets to successfully navigate and seize opportunities in the changing world they live in

a school which meets the individual needs of its students by:
• adapting to different learning styles, interests and aptitudes
• developing pride in oneself as an individual and a member of a community.