Opening its doors in 2008, Haileybury Almaty became the first British independent school in Central Asia.
Operating on a ‘not-for-profit’ basis, the school follows a British curriculum for pupils aged 5-18.
All lessons are conducted in English with the exception of language lessons. Local children study the Kazakh language throughout their time in school.
At 16 years of age, pupils take British GCSEs (General Certificate of Education) or IGCSEs (International General Certificate of Education).
In the Sixth Form, pupils prepare for A levels with most submitting applications to British or American universities.