Welcome to our school
ERV is an education village that offers a holistic, structured, internationally minded education programme centred around the International Baccalaureate (IB) from 3 to 18 years. It includes the arts, literacy, maths, science, and humanities. The global economy which drives our nations requires students to be aware of other countries and cultures. We value talent and partnerships. Our actions are aligned with our mission, curriculum, campus and health and safety requirements.
ERV’s green state of the art, Batterie IV district, Libreville campus serves as the backdrop for an educational establishment that aims to facilitate creative and unorthodox thinking for Africa and for the future in general.
Ecole Ruban Vert’s history dates back to 2013 when it began as a small school offering a unique blend of bilingual, internationally focused education to a small number of children. Since then the school has grown and is a leading institution offering a first class education from Foundation Stage to post-secondary level providing a progressive education with stability and continuity without the requirement to change schools periodically.
A Scholarship programme provides local Gabonese students with access to top-class education alongside children from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
ERV students are recognised for their capacity to lead, to innovate, to impact and serve, to respect resources and the environment, and for making a significant impact on their school and their communities. We are now a fully functioning IB World School, offering PYP and DP curricula.
We look back on our short history with pride and affection but we also look forward with eager anticipation to the challenge of meeting the educational needs of children growing up in the global village of the 21st century. We focus on sustainability as we offer a curriculum that is innovative and geared towards producing the kind of students’ universities and businesses are seeking.
Vincent Thierry Adam
Head of School
“The World is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion.” Thomas Paine
Primary School Head
“When people ask me: What do you do for a living? I tell them I am in the business of changing lives for the better. Teaching is not just a job for me, it is a calling to make a positive difference.”