Our Vision and Mission
“We teach for life”
Our goal is to impart the academic knowledge and life skills that our students need to become critical thinkers and problem solvers to excel academically and also to instill the values of respect, responsibility and a collective consciousness. We teach for life to allow our students to succeed beyond their schooling and become positive contributors as citizens of their communities at large.
Art and music studios
Fully equipped laboratories
Library and media center
Fully Equipped Laboratories
- Air-conditioned facility
- New air-conditioned buses equipped with a seat belt for each student under the supervision of well trained matrons
- Clinic with a full time doctor and nurse
- Classes are equipped with smart boards and projectors. Moreover, high – speed internet is available to facilitate
- Significant network of security cameras to monitor the school campus
- On-site maintenance and cleaning staff
- A school CMT “crisis management team” and security personnel ensure the safety, security, and wellbeing of the students.
Professional Learning environment is of crucial importance in order for a school to become a true learning organization where staff members continually strive to be at the leading edge of knowledge about education.
EAIS professional development program aims to create an environment for learning and growth for educators and administrators that increases, enhances, and revitalizes the professional knowledge and skills of all campus personnel.
The program is committed to serving the educational needs of school members as enhancing the skills of faculty and staff will ultimately enhance the school’s abilities to meet our vision and mission. While each individual is responsible for his/her own development, EAIS is committed to providing resources and opportunities for learning.
Home school relations
Children learn best when the significant adults in their lives — parents, teachers, and other family and community members — work together to encourage and support them. This basic fact should be a guiding principle as we think about how schools should be organized and how children should be taught. Schools alone cannot address all of a child’s developmental needs: The meaningful involvement of parents and support from the community are essential.
The need for a strong partnership between schools and families to educate children may seem like common sense. In simpler times, this relationship was natural and easy to maintain. Teachers and parents were often neighbors and found many occasions to discuss a child’s progress. Children heard the same messages from teachers and parents and understood that they were expected to uphold the same standards at home and at school.
Communication with students is done through google classroom where they can gain access to all educational material in addition to direct contact with their teachers through messages and comments
Parents of grade 1-3 can communicate with teachers through class dojo while all parents can directly communicate with teachers and administrators via emails