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El Alsson British and American International School. Taking up an area of more than 54,600 sqm, El Alsson British and American International School is fully relocating and operating at NEWGIZA. The multi/internationally accredited school features academic programs for students of grades 1 to 12.

The School’s vision is indeed centred on developing successful 21st century citizens. The school continues to go from strength to strength since opening in 1982. The directors, who are educators themselves along with their dynamic and dedicated staff team continue to be committed to school improvement and pride themselves in providing high quality, broad and balanced education; taking the best from international systems whilst still ensuring students know where they come from and who they are; encouraging the youth of today to think for themselves and ultimately to be a positive force in the changing world.

Many current students are the children of alumni; this in itself is indicative of fond memories of ‘the best years of one’s life’ and that it is a successful centre for learning and a caring, fun and happy environment that children and their families also think of as ‘home’.

The schools are accredited by The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI); British Schools of the Middle East (BSME); and the UK Department for Education through British Schools Overseas (BSO).

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Le Lycée Voltaire du Caire. Lycee Voltaire’s campus boasts purpose-based buildings and educational facilities that comply to international standards. It is accredited by the French Ministry of national Education, a partner of AEFE (Agency for French Teaching Abroad). Classes from PS to ‘Terminale’ accommodate all students who will, upon completion, receive the French Baccalaureate which is well recognized by all universities worldwide. Students who are currently enrolled are enjoying the fully operational campus and all it has to offer.