International School of Choueifat - Cairo

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International School of Choueifat - Cairo

PO Box 2760, Al Horreya, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt
Tel: (+20) 2 758 000-1-5
Fax: (+20) 2 758 0006

School Summary
US, UK, curricula.
1250 students, 3-18 yrs

The Academic Program
At schools in the SABIS® School Network, students are prepared for a smooth transition from year to year through careful preparation and planning. In the secondary school, SABIS® courses are of such breadth and depth as to allow students to continue their studies successfully at the best universities in the world.

Students very often obtain top marks in the external examinations for which they are prepared. These examinations include the GCSE, IGCSE, GCE O-Level, AS-Level and A-Level examinations of the British system of education, and the TOEFL, SAT I, SAT II, and Advanced Placement (AP) examinations of the American system of education. As required, students are also prepared for the examinations needed to obtain a High School Diploma.

Students may prepare for these examinations separately or in different combinations. The scope and flexibility of the curriculum give students a better chance of success in these examinations, and, ultimately, a wider choice of university and career.

The Academic Year
The academic year is divided into three terms. Within each term there are times for regular instruction, for revision and for examinations. During the period of regular instruction, students learn new material in each of their subjects, following the pacing charts set by the Administration. Revision time is also planned and paced; revision is comprehensive but selective. End-of-term exams take place during the last week of each term.

End of Term Reports
Parents receive three reports a year; one at the end of each term. The reports for each of the first two terms are an in-depth record of performance over the term. The final end-of-year report shows performance over the entire school year. It also includes important information relating to promotion.


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Last modified July 11, 2007