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    South Africa's Most Comprehensive Listing of Independent Schools


    The Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (ISASA) is the largest association of independent schools in South Africa and the Southern African region.

    The ISASA School Finder is a FREE listing service which was developed to help parents and ISASA Schools list and compare services, curriculum and detailed school information. Use the search tools above for a comparative or quick keyword search for detailed information of available schools in your area of choice.

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