Education in Anguilla
Education in Anguilla is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 17. In 1998, the gross primary enrollment rate was 100.7 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 98.9 percent. The government has collaborated with UNESCO to develop an Education for All plan that aims to raise educational achievement levels, improve access to quality special education services and provide human resource training for teachers and education managers.
Government primary schools:
- Alwyn Allison Primary School, West End
- Adrian T. Hazell Primary School, South Hill
- Orealia Kelly Primary School, Stoney Ground
- Valley Primary School, The Valley
- Morris Vanterpool Primary School, East End
- Vivian Vanterpool Primary School, Island Harbour
- Central Christian School, The Valley
- Omololu International School, The Valley
Colleges and universities
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