History of American Schools1.

Dar El Tarbiah Schools are subsidiaries of a robust Egyptian educational institution which was founded in 1958 by Dr. Nawal El Degwi. This English language institution is the first of its kind established by Egyptians. It was officially licensed by the Egyptian government in 1958, then later authorizedto have a British System School in 1990, as well as an American System School in 1991.

The institution provides education starting kindergarten and grades 1 to 12 (Baby Home School specializes in KG up to G6). Dar El Tarbiah Institution currently includes seven schools in Cairo. It also has national, American, and IGCSE sections in downtown locations such as Zamalek, Agouza and Dokki.

The schools are authorized to operate by and within the civil jurisdiction in which they are located. The schools have a clearly designed governing authority. There are sufficient resources available to offer adequate programs at all levels. The schools operate in the public interest. Almost all resources acquired for educational purposes are dedicated for the education of students. The administrative, instructional and support staff are appropriately qualified for their assigned duties.

The governing authority of the schools understands the purpose, methods, and standards of international school accreditation. The records and operations of the schools are subject to evaluation. The school community and staff are prepared to participate in a COGNIA approved accreditation protocol.

The institution – which has almost sixty years of historyand experience- is a successful part of the Egyptian educational landscape. During this span of time, the institution has managed to maintain both a stable workforce as well as a steady student population.


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