ABOUT EAIS & HISTORY
Caters for K-12 (2016-17): KG1 – Grade 4
Curriculum: Our standard based curriculum meets the needs of a rigorous American curriculum as well as the Arabic, Religion and Social Studies national requirements.
Staff: The faculty is comprised of dedicated professional qualified NativeAmerican and near native teachers.
Activities: a wide array of extracurricular activities, such as student council, fieldtrips, sports tournaments, community service and clubs in addition to a busy calendar of events: masquerade, Thanksgiving, Carnival, Expos, Displays, Science Fair, Sports Day, Children’s Day,Mothers’ Day, talent shows and concerts.
Values and Beliefs/Expectations
We are determined to bring up a new generation equipped with efficient and effective tools to face the challenge of ever-changing professional demands in life beyond school. We aspire to develop outstanding students who use discipline, motivation and self direction to reach their fullest potential.
Means to achieve our goals reside in providing training for students, teachers and administrators, creating a democratic environment and spirit of teamwork amongst all members of the school family.
“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.
EAIS Promise of a Good Education
The Egyptian American International School (EAIS) – the American Division of the Egyptian Language School (ELS) – was first accredited in 2003 and holds accreditation from NCA-CASI, a division of Advanc-Ed.
Since its birth EAIS has followed the ELS mission “teach for life” to prepare students for higher education, employment, and beyond. In each grade level from KG1 through grade 12, our teachers advise, assist, monitor, and motivate our students. The faculty is comprised of dedicated professional qualified NativeAmerican and near native teachers.
Other info about EAIS
EAIS 6 Keys
Critical Thinking – Problem Solving – Academic Excellence
Respect – Responsibility – Citizenship
At EAIS we commit to . . .
- Have a clear view of where we are going.
- Strive constantly to recognize the achievements of all students.
- Encourage staff and students to achieve their highest potential.
- Nurture the uniqueness and individualism of every child.
- Guide our students in a way that will encourage them to satisfy the needs of their
- Develop each student’s sense of self- esteem and self-respect.
- Employ an excellent staff who is highly motivated and committed.
- Have an innovative and challenging curriculum.
- Be committed to education as a life- long process.
- Develop strong parent- teacher- student partnership.
At EAIS we believe . . .
- Students’ learning needs are the primary focus of all decisions impacting the school’s educational program.
- Each student is a valued individual with unique intellectual, physical, social and emotional needs.
- All students need to apply their learning skills in meaningful contexts.
- A student’s self esteem is enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect among students and faculty.
- Embracing diversity strengthens individuals and enriches life.
The Egyptian American International School has the highest standards of expectations for students.
Students are expected to…
- Be respectful at all times- respectful of themselves, their fellow classmates, the faculty and their school.
- Adhere to school rules at all times or face proper consequences.
- Speak in English at all times.
- Be on time- to school, classes, and various school events.
- Be in proper school uniform.
- Work hard and diligently.
- Demonstrate exemplary conduct inside and outside the school.
- Set and meet personal goals.