Ocean of Light International School is an educational institution dedicated to the development of the spiritual, intellectual, and physical potential of its students in the unique setting of the Kingdom of Tonga. The school offers educational programs for students as young as three years old (Kindy) up to High School Certificate level (Form 7 equivalent) and utilizes a highly respected international curriculum from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom (Cambridge International Examination Program).

The establishment of the school is the result of a desire of a growing number of people to contribute to the betterment of society through educational programs that prepare individuals to capably and confidently participate in construction of strong, successful communities. To achieve this, the Ocean of Light International Schools aims to develop in the students those capacities, skills, habits and attitudes necessary to enable them to provide for their families; to effectively contribute to the peace, prosperity and tranquility of mankind and society; and to participate in the creation of new institutions, processes and relationships as they are defined and established.
The Ocean of Light International Schools is directly administered by a Board of Education nominated by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of Tonga. The Bahá’í Faith is the newest of the World Religions. The main purpose of the Faith is to bring about the unity of mankind. One of the principle implications of this is that the development of moral character is crucial in the education and training of individuals and equal emphasis must be placed on this area as well as training in all of the arts and sciences that will be of benefit to the world. The school strives to incorporate Bahá’í ideals, principles and concepts into the curriculum and organisation of the school in a way that does not indoctrinate but instead focuses on the spiritual principles and values that are common to and unite all the religions and belief systems in the world.

International Schools

School Newsletter - 27th February, 2014 - Week 9, Term 1

Click here to view the last newsletter for Term 1, announcing events scheduled for the end of the Term and important information regarding payment of fees for Term 2.  There is also parent information in Tongan language.

Week 7, Term 1 Newsletter

Click here to view the school newsletter that was sent home with students on the 12th of March, 2014.  In it you will find valuable information in Tongan language on how you can support your child with their homework.  It also contains updates on important school events coming up over the next two weeks.  Please email the Director (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) if you would like to be added to our mailing list.  Hard copies of the newsletter go out to all students or to the youngest child (if you have more than one child at the school)..  Please check your child's bag regularly for newsletters and class notes.

Week 5, Term 1 Newsletter

Click here to view the school newsletter sent out to students on the 26th of February, 2014.  It includes information on community service projects underway at the school as well as updates on other school events.  If you would like to receive copies of the school newsletter via e-mail, please contact the Director (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) to get added to the mailing list.

2014 School Calendar

 Click here to view the updated 2014 school calendar

The School Office will be open until the 20th of December, 2013 and will re-open on the 13th of January 2014.
School commences on January 27th for students in both the High School and Primary School.