Alexandria Montessori Preschool & Nursery is the first Montessori school, in Alexandria, Egypt. Established in 2009, the school serves grades preschool through 5.
Alexandria Montessori Preschool & Nursery
The school's mission statement reads, "The mission of Alexandria Montessori Preschool & Nursery is to inspire children to reach their human potential — academically, emotionally, socially — in an authentic Montessori environment."
The International British School of Alexandria has been founded to provide a British style of education, based upon the British curriculum, for the children of Alexandria. It is an adapted curriculum to students from both the Egyptian and expatriate families of Alexandria. The school provides an education that is broad and international.
Cairo English School is an academic institution whose purpose is to provide a university preparatory programme to meet the needs of local and foreign national youth residing with their families in the greater Cairo area.
AIS Egypt is a member of the Educational Services Overseas Limited (ESOL) group of schools. The school offers a comprehensive, Kindergarten-Grade 12, co-educational, college preparatory, day school program. The school has 1,100 students with a wide cultural diversity representing over 30 nationalities.
SABIS® is an educational organisation which manages schools worldwide. In the year 2006-7 the 50 member schools were educating approximately 40,000 students.
Originally founded in 1978 as Heliopolis British International School, New Cairo British International School is a non-selective, non-denominational international school serving Cairo’s international community. Children from 3 years to 18 years (Nursery to Year 13) are admitted to the international Primary and Secondary Schools.
The School was established in 1976 to provide a balanced and challenging education based on British principles and curricula to meet the needs of the children of the expatriate British and Anglo-Egyptian communities; children from the Commonwealth and other countries with educational systems based upon British standards; children of the English-speaking Egyptian community and other nationalities tied to