American School : Dar El Tarbiah American Seniors 2018 held a fun cartoon themed party to welcome the newcomers... https://t.co/zqQRSBMjEx
Dar El Tarbiah Schools is an Egyptian educational institution founded in 1958 by Dr. Nawal El Degwi. Dar El Tarbiah was the first English-language instruction medium institution founded by Egyptians. Dar El Tarbiah was licensed in 1958 by the Egyptian Government, and became licensed as a “British,” system school in 1970, and became licensed as a “American,” system school in 1991.
It provides education in the Kindergarten and Grades 1 to 12 (In the Kindergarten and Grades 1 through 6 , the school is named ‘Baby Home School’) The institution currently includes seven schools in Cairo and is one of the first educational institutions in Egypt. It has National, International, American and I.G.C.S.E in Down Town locations Zamalek, Agouza and Dokki.
The school, or the system of schools, of which it is part, is authorized to operate by and within the civil jurisdiction in which it is located. It has a clearly designed governing authority. There are sufficient resources present to offer adequate programs at all levels. The school or system of schools operates in the public interest; and all, or nearly all, resources obtained for educational purposes are dedicated to the education of students, the administrative, instructional, and support staff are appropriately qualified for assigned duties.
The governing authority of the school understands the purposes, methods, and standards of national school accreditation. The records and operations of the school are open to evaluation; and the school community and staff are prepared to participate in a CITA approved accreditation protocol.
The school is a successful part of the Egyptian educational landscape that is forty years old. During this period of time the institution has had both a stable work force as well as a stable student population.
For more than 50 years experience we prepare our students for their future, explore their talents, develop their personalities, enrich their knowledge and teach them not to live in the minds of others but to think and create in their own to develop a proper interaction with community.