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Dar El tarbiah Schools - Alumni

For most people, volunteering is an extra; something that's nice to do, but not absolutely necessary. Although plenty of students do community service,
Why community service is so vital to student success, and why volunteering should be required in schools.


Students who participate in community service learning tend to do better in school. It's believed that community service is somewhat of a missing link for students, giving them the chance to apply what they've learned in the classroom to real human needs. Volunteering is a great way to follow up on and supplement subjects that have been covered in the classroom.

Students who do community service work learn that they can actually make a difference with what they do. This helps students better understand their own competence, leading to more self-confidence and a can-do attitude that can spread to their work and academic pursuits.

Youths who take part in volunteering activities become more involved in their communities, and as a result, tend to care more about what happens in those communities. Often, students who have participated in community service will grow up to become young voters and remain involved in their communities throughout their lives.

Students participating in community service are often faced with challenges and tough problems to tackle. By working through them as a volunteer, they learn how to better solve problems, and enjoy the satisfaction of overcoming a hurdle.

Creating a lifelong habit of community service can help students become more healthy over the course of a lifetime. Researches have shown that individuals who participate in volunteering have better physical and mental health than those who do not, especially among adults aged 65 or older.

Taking part in community service teaches students skills that are valuable to employers, like problem solving, teamwork, and the ability to follow instructions. Volunteering is especially valuable when it is related to a student's future career.

Community service opens students up to a wealth of networking opportunities, allowing them to build new relationships within their community as they contribute. Students can meet new people, work with new organizations, and strengthen their ties to the community.

As students work within their community, they learn that they can be responsible for making great things happen. This helps to build a sense of responsibility in students, and a sense of pride when they see what they've done is actually helping others.

Volunteering allows students to take what they've learned and apply it beyond the classroom. This offers the opportunity for enrichment and a great way for them to see how concepts they've learned work in the real world.

Participating in community service allows students to build upon their existing skill sets. As students work in a real-life setting, they can use volunteering projects to explore and improve upon existing skills. Students can explore potential careers and find out what they need to develop in order to work in the field..

Students who participate in volunteering opportunities may be able to find more scholarships than they would without such experience. As community service offers students a way to build their network, they'll be creating connections with more people who can write letters of recommendation, and often, certain community service organizations offer their own scholarship opportunities.

As students work in community service programs, they'll learn how to better work in teams. Often, students will also learn to develop leadership skills as well. This is valuable not just for schoolwork, but for higher education, careers, and further community involvement.

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Dar El tarbiah Schools - Alumni

Community service means donating your time, energy, and skills to a specific cause in your area. Your project should focus on:

Supporting and improving your community, and building relationships with its residents. Here are some suggestions of projects and organizations to work with. In giving your time and energy, you will make a difference in your community!

Below are three categories from which to get ideas for your project. Think about what interests you and what you can contribute to your community.
Remember, community service can and should be fun! Successful completion of your Community Service Project is necessary to receive your Certificate of Completion of ……………….High School Program.


This type of option focuses on sharing your individual skills, knowledge, and energy to impact another person’s life. Consider your unique qualities, abilities, and interpersonal skills that you can put to use in your community. Do you like to cook? Inquire with a local soup kitchen about serving a special dish from your home country. Do you play football? Organize an all-day football clinic for local children.

Teach community members your native language, or give a workshop about your country. Contact a mentoring or tutoring program to help a child with schoolwork. Help someone learn to read through a literacy program (and practice your English at the same time!). Volunteer your time at a local retirement home helping an elderly person buy groceries or just playing a game.

If you want to use your energy and skills to help improve the natural environment, then an opportunity will be easy to find. The goal of this type of project is to become actively involved in projects to preserve the environment. You can join or even create organizations that are dedicated to environmental causes such as conservation, recycling, local cleanup projects, land and air purification and wildlife preservation.

Deaf & Dumb:
If you want to use your energy and skills to help improve the natural environment, then an opportunity will be easy to find. The goal of this type of project is to become actively involved in projects to preserve the environment. You can join or even create organizations that are dedicated to environmental causes such as conservation, recycling, local cleanup projects, land and air purification and wildlife preservation.

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Dar El tarbiah Schools - Alumni

Dar El Tarbiah schools are proud to have more than 50,000 alumni who are leaders in every kind of business and industry worldwide.

For those who don’t know, alumni derive from the word alumnus; which means a graduate of a school or university. However, the proper meaning for alumni department is an association of graduates, or more generally, of former students.

It was mainly organized to support the interests of the University and the friendly intercourse of its graduates.
We invite you to discover the many opportunities available, from on campus events or across the country, to educational programming. Alumni department tends to organize social events, training courses, publish newsletter and magazines, to create job opportunities, inspire dreams and build future.

Alumni form an integral part of the schools community and your outstanding accomplishments continue to increase the value of the education degree and strengthen the reputation of the entire School.The Office of Alumni Relations and the Alumni Society Board of Governors are dedicated to providing opportunities that engage, educate, and connect alumni to the School and each other. However, the network is only as vibrant as the people who participate so regardless of whether you live in Egypt or other country we encourage you to stay involved!

More importantly, we will appreciate your cooperation and will be glad to have you as Alumni


Last modified on Friday, 04 October 2013 19:05
Dar El tarbiah Schools - Admission Office

Thank you for your interest in Dar El Tarbiah American Schools.
The Admissions process in Dar El Tarbiah American Schools starts in June of each year. We have Open days from April until end of May for parents to take a tour of the school and apply for their children. Applications and all supporting documents should be submitted to the Admissions Office by email or by hard copy.

Steps in the application process:

Filling an application form which you can pick up at the school premises at the Admission Department..

Once completed, submit it to the manager office (to the Admission Department ot Dr. Maha Naguib) along with 4 passport size photos of your child, a copy of the birth certificate (new version with national number on it), and the most recent report from his/her nursery or current school.

Last modified on Monday, 17 February 2020 09:43
Dar El Tarbiah American High School Uniform

Students are expected to keep the proper school uniform from the first to the last day of school. (Regular uniform everyday and the PE uniform on PE days or school trips). All items of clothing should be clearly labeled with their name and class.

Baby Home Uniform!

For KG and elementary stage:
  • Yellow Polo T-shirt.
  • Navy blue skirt (for girls) and pants (for boys).
  • White socks and Black shoes.
For middle school:
  • Beige Polo T-shirt (No bodies or waist length T-shirts).
  • Navy Blue trousers (Not training suit pants).
  • White socks and black shoes.
NO make-up no nail polish
Students who come to school out of uniform will be sent home immediately!
School uniform is available at Guelguela Shops in Zamalek.
Phone: 02 27350927     address: 6 Ahmed Sabry Street ,from Hassan Sabry Zamalek-Cairo.

Dar El Tarbiah American High School Uniform

American High School Uniform!

For Boy and Girl:
  • White(Short/Long sleeves)shirt with school logo.
  • Dark blue pants.
  • White socks and black shoes.
NO make-up no nail polish
School uniform is available at Guelguela Shops in Zamalek.
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Dar El tarbiah Schools - Buss Map, Rules & Terms

Dar El Tarbiah American School has announced Bus Routes for the School Year 2013-2014 as follows:

  • 6 October city(Districts & west somid).
  • El Sheikh Zayed.
  • Maadi.
  • Zamalek,Dokki, Mohandseen and Agouza.
  • Guiza & Haram.

Bus Rules

1. The bus route is determined every year according to the shortest and quickest route for the whole tour. Under no circumstance does a parent have the right to interfere or make suggestions concerning the bus route. This is the responsibility of the school.

2. Students must wait for the bus in the same place every morning.

3. Students must be ready and waiting 5 minutes before the bus arrives. The student waits for the bus not the other way around. As for the afternoon drop, parents should wait for their children 5 minutes before the expected time of the bus. Concerning young children, parents are totally responsible for getting the child on and off the bus. The bus supervisor is not allowed to leave the bus for any reason.

4. Children are not allowed to change from bus to car unless they have a written permission from their parents, which must be forwarded to the school administration by the student or class teacher.

5. In case of misbehavior or disobeying bus rules, the school reserves the right to deprive the student from riding the bus.

6. Toys are not allowed in school or on the bus.

7. If any problem occurs on the bus between students, school administration is responsible for solving it. Parents report the incident to the school administration which will take the proper action.

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Dar El tarbiah Schools - American Education System - Parents Meeting

Communication with parents is a vital part of the home-school link. Communication helps to establish the relationship that will result in better student achievement. Conferences with parents are considered an integral part of the school's system for reporting student progress to parents, both positive and negative.

The School schedules regular parental meetings to discuss their son / daughter progress with the teachers and the administration. From time to time, parents may be requested by the administration to attend one on one counseling session concerning their son / daughter. When this is required, parents will be informed by a written request as well as by a phone call.

Parents should feel free to call the school to arrange an appointment, whenever they that deem necessary to meet with the teachers.


Dar El Tarbiah American Schools have 4 regular parents' meetings, after each quarter exam. Same time, parents of weak students have special meetings, to discuss ways of help. Teachers are available 5 days a week from 12: 00 to 12: 30 to meet any parent who has any inquiry.

Last modified on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 16:14
Dar El tarbiah Schools - American Education System

High School students earn credits for graduation and complete the requisite courses for entry into university programs. They take courses in all core academic areas each year; though they are offered several choices in the courses they take.

courses in Grades 9 and 10 provide foundations for specialized courses in Grade 11 and 12. Egyptian students also follow a full course of Arabic, Religion and Arabic Social Studies in preparation for Eadadiya and Thanaweya Amma exams at the end of Grades 9 and 12 respectively. Foreign students take courses in Arabic as a Second Language.

A High School Diploma is awarded to students who successfully acquire the credits necessary to fulfil the school’s graduation requirements:

Subject Minimum Graduation Requirement
English Language Art 6.5 Credits
Social Studies 3 - 4 Credits
Mathematics 4 Credits
Science 3- 4 Credits
French 2 - 3 Credits
Arabic Studies 3 - 4 Credits
Health/PD 1 - 2 Credits
ICT 1 Credits or Competency
Grade 12 Project 1 - 2 Credits
Learning to Lead C1 Credits Class 2014
Elective 2 - 3 Credits
Total 27- 33.5

Courses are designed to meet leading US curriculum standards and lessons are taught using a variety of teaching and learning strategies which are research-based and proven to be effective with High School-age learners. Great care is taken to ensure that students develop the confidence, knowledge, and personal, critical thinking skills, and independent learning skills to be successful in higher education and professional life.

Students are assessed through a variety of interim, continuous and end of year assessments, and students in the High School are often required to undertake long-term research and/or problem-based projects. In Grade 12, students also complete an extensive, independent Senior Project on a topic of their choice.

Students take lessons in class or elective groups, and utilize the full range of specialist teaching areas including Science and ICT laboratories and Art and sports facilities.

In the fall of Grade 10 and 11, students take the Preliminary SAT, which is the best preparation for the SAT Reasoning (SAT I), which students take during the Spring of Grade 11. English and Math courses throughout Middle and High school provide students with the necessary skills, knowledge and strategies to prepare them for the SAT I. Selected Grade 11 and 12 Mathematics and Science courses cover the necessary topics and skills for SAT Subjects (SAT II) Subject Tests in Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry. Invited students are given the preparation to sit for Advanced Placement examinations.
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