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What is the availability of international schools? What has been your general experience with them, if any?

There is an American cooperative school here that I have heard is OK but small. - Nov 29, 2017
Good American School next to the U.S. Embassy. - Nov 3, 2015
I hear different things about the American school, I hear it's 30K a year and the classroom size is VERY small since the African bank left. If you have children I highly recommend Dr. Sofia Helioui as a Pediatrician, she studied in Boston and speaks perfect English! I'm pretty sure she's on the website for the American Embassy. Her #: 983-146-61. I Think she's in Menzah 7 - Nov 26, 2014
The American School is expensive, I believe $20,000. If I had children, I would send them to the British School- more affordable and good. reputation. - Jun 21, 2013
We don't have children, but the American School in Tunis appeared to be excellent. There were other international schools as well. - Jul 11, 2010
American Cooperative School, International School of Carthage, and Lycee Francais Paul Verlaine. - May 3, 2010
My children are elementary-aged and attend ACST, an American School directly across the street from the embassy (although not quite walkable due to poor sidewalks and construction).The school has about 600 students, most from the African Development Bank. The school seems to be doing a fine job although does not seem as challenging as schools in Northern Virginia. Additionally, if your child is above his/her grade level, there are few opportunities for them. The school offers French, Arabic and German classes as well as after-school activities and sports programs. The kids seems happy and the teachers seem devoted. I've got no complaints. - Jan 13, 2010