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  1. National University of Science and Technology (NU) is a unique multi-campus and multidisciplinary University in Oman, established by the merger of three existing major higher education institutions in Oman namely Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman Medical College, and College of Pharmacy. NU is unique in its form and content with a vision is to become a renowned institute for excellence in education & research driven by social values. As a NU student, you can choose from 17 programs housed in 4 colleges and benefit from a core curriculum designed to forge new and meaningful connections across the health sciences, engineering, and technology supported by an exclusive foundation study,. Our students are tackling significant issues and benefiting from a wide variety of support resources. NU offers innovative programs, emphasizing creative applications of knowledge in tune with the global requirements in Science and Technology. College of Medicine and Health Sciences (COMHS), located in Sohar, offers a six-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program in academic partnership with West Virginia University (USA). College of Engineering (COE), located in Al-Hail, offers an attractive portfolio of Undergraduate and Masters Programs in Engineering and related disciplines. College of Pharmacy (COP), located in Bousher, offers a 4-year program leading to Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm). International College of Maritime (IMCO), offering Diploma and Degree programs in Marine and allied disciplines College of Advanced Technology (CAT) offering degree programs in Cyber Security, AI, Data Science, IOT and Machine Learning School of Foundation Studies (SOFS), a dedicated and purpose-built campus located at Airport Heights, offers a 3-semester General Foundation Program. In our constant pursuit for high-quality education, NU aims to set new standards as an emerging leader for higher education and research in the region. Students at NU can look forward to stimulating, productive, and rewarding learning experiences that will equip them for lifelong learning and responsibility as global citizens. We wish our students a fulfilling journey ahead in their academic endeavor.
  2. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College provide good quality modern education including a strong component of culture, inculcation of values, understanding of citizenship, and teachings of Islam. We would like you to choose DHPNSC for a wonderful start to your child’s academic life. Whether your child is with us for a limited period or stays till the completion of his F.A/ F.Sc., we extend our warm welcome to you and your child. In a foreign environment, the school aims to educate your children in a Pakistani setting to build cultural and linguistic bonds so that our children grow up to be proud Pakistanis in addition to being competent and practicing Muslims. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College, Madinah is an English medium school, designed primarily to fulfill the educational needs of the Pakistani children of Madinah Munawarah up to the intermediate level. It started its journey as Pakistan International School Airport Road, Madina in April 1998. In 1999, it was affiliated with FBISE (Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education) Islamabad and came under the supervision of the Saudi Ministry of Education by joining hands with a great Saudi Institution of Madinah Munawwarah named Madaris Dar ul Hijrah Al-Shawi which is established since 1965. Now it is working under the name of Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College (DHPNSC) which is recognized by the Saudi Ministry of Education and affiliated with FBISE Islamabad for SSC and HSSC classes. DHPNSC has been approved as an examination center for SSC and HSSC classes from FBISE Islamabad and for Bachelor and Master Degrees by The University of Punjab Lahore and The Preston University Islamabad. Dar ul Hijrah is the first private institute in KSA that secured permanent Affiliation of FBISE in 2009, based on its academic progress, experienced and qualified staff, proper school building, well-equipped laboratories, and admirable learning environment. The original school began with a single campus which now has been expanded to three different wings, i.e. Junior wing, Girls' wing & Boys' wing with separate campuses, faculty, and facilities. Throughout its history, the school has provided innovative education, which focuses on individual student needs. The school provides the most up-to-date teaching methodology and technology with practices that best support students' learning. We are focused to educate and inspire all students intellectually, socially, morally, and physically providing them a friendly, supportive, and learning environment within a school firmly based on Islamic principles. Our vision is to create confident, responsible, and independent individuals with great moral values who achieve their full potential as lifelong learners, thinkers, and productive contributors towards Islamic as well as a global society. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School Madinah prepares its students for each successive step of their academic careers. However, our ambitions are not limited to the scholastic alone. It is our mission to educate our students with the tools necessary to be successful in and out of the classroom. We address clearly and directly the particular characteristics and learning needs that students exhibit. Our talented and committed faculty has carefully crafted a rich and varied curriculum aimed at helping students acquire knowledge and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Teachers make sure that students go well beyond simply learning the facts. To complement the academic experience, DHPNSC offers students an array of opportunities for involvement and leadership in the School community and on its playing fields. The School's major objective is to prepare young people for lives of responsibility and leadership in a competitive and ever-changing world. To this end, we profess and uphold certain values including integrity, honor, courage, acceptance of responsibility. There is no question about “ Success at school begins at home “. Parents and school partnerships work together for the best interest of children. Hopefully, we can provide time for our children to be successful persons in their life. Our school motto is “ To prepare students to compete the World in Islamic way “. View full school
  3. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College provide good quality modern education including a strong component of culture, inculcation of values, understanding of citizenship, and teachings of Islam. We would like you to choose DHPNSC for a wonderful start to your child’s academic life. Whether your child is with us for a limited period or stays till the completion of his F.A/ F.Sc., we extend our warm welcome to you and your child. In a foreign environment, the school aims to educate your children in a Pakistani setting to build cultural and linguistic bonds so that our children grow up to be proud Pakistanis in addition to being competent and practicing Muslims. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College, Madinah is an English medium school, designed primarily to fulfill the educational needs of the Pakistani children of Madinah Munawarah up to the intermediate level. It started its journey as Pakistan International School Airport Road, Madina in April 1998. In 1999, it was affiliated with FBISE (Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education) Islamabad and came under the supervision of the Saudi Ministry of Education by joining hands with a great Saudi Institution of Madinah Munawwarah named Madaris Dar ul Hijrah Al-Shawi which is established since 1965. Now it is working under the name of Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College (DHPNSC) which is recognized by the Saudi Ministry of Education and affiliated with FBISE Islamabad for SSC and HSSC classes. DHPNSC has been approved as an examination center for SSC and HSSC classes from FBISE Islamabad and for Bachelor and Master Degrees by The University of Punjab Lahore and The Preston University Islamabad. Dar ul Hijrah is the first private institute in KSA that secured permanent Affiliation of FBISE in 2009, based on its academic progress, experienced and qualified staff, proper school building, well-equipped laboratories, and admirable learning environment. The original school began with a single campus which now has been expanded to three different wings, i.e. Junior wing, Girls' wing & Boys' wing with separate campuses, faculty, and facilities. Throughout its history, the school has provided innovative education, which focuses on individual student needs. The school provides the most up-to-date teaching methodology and technology with practices that best support students' learning. We are focused to educate and inspire all students intellectually, socially, morally, and physically providing them a friendly, supportive, and learning environment within a school firmly based on Islamic principles. Our vision is to create confident, responsible, and independent individuals with great moral values who achieve their full potential as lifelong learners, thinkers, and productive contributors towards Islamic as well as a global society. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School Madinah prepares its students for each successive step of their academic careers. However, our ambitions are not limited to the scholastic alone. It is our mission to educate our students with the tools necessary to be successful in and out of the classroom. We address clearly and directly the particular characteristics and learning needs that students exhibit. Our talented and committed faculty has carefully crafted a rich and varied curriculum aimed at helping students acquire knowledge and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Teachers make sure that students go well beyond simply learning the facts. To complement the academic experience, DHPNSC offers students an array of opportunities for involvement and leadership in the School community and on its playing fields. The School's major objective is to prepare young people for lives of responsibility and leadership in a competitive and ever-changing world. To this end, we profess and uphold certain values including integrity, honor, courage, acceptance of responsibility. There is no question about “ Success at school begins at home “. Parents and school partnerships work together for the best interest of children. Hopefully, we can provide time for our children to be successful persons in their life. Our school motto is “ To prepare students to compete the World in Islamic way “.
  4. Al Kifah Private Schools was established in 2001, and it seeks to build a new generation with a great comprehension of knowledge is the school’s main goal with an education based on Islamic values along with academic and extracurricular activities. Polishing the talents of the students is extremely vital for the school management and creating a comfortable atmosphere contributes to accomplishing that. To be an agile holding company with best-in-class businesses operating with synergy. Grow our company by embracing opportunities and creating synergy With responsibility in our dealings, we will strengthen our credibility, driven by our profound belief in our values, we will achieve our mission for the prosperity of our shareholders, employees, and community. View full school
  5. Al Kifah Private Schools was established in 2001, and it seeks to build a new generation with a great comprehension of knowledge is the school’s main goal with an education based on Islamic values along with academic and extracurricular activities. Polishing the talents of the students is extremely vital for the school management and creating a comfortable atmosphere contributes to accomplishing that. To be an agile holding company with best-in-class businesses operating with synergy. Grow our company by embracing opportunities and creating synergy With responsibility in our dealings, we will strengthen our credibility, driven by our profound belief in our values, we will achieve our mission for the prosperity of our shareholders, employees, and community.
  6. Al-Ghad National Schools have set a group of targets aimed at coaching the students to become vigilant, educated, well cultured, and promising seeds of their families and societies. Our schools strive to prepare our students to value and respect their Islamic religion, to be creative, productive, and equipped with solid will and self-confidence. They are individuals who interact with their societies fully armed with ability, awareness, and honesty. They are also provided with the knowledge, skills, and scientific facts that they need to survive in a society where there is no place for the weak and the ignorant. Did our Schools achieve their objectives? Yes, definitely and more, Al-Ghad Schools have already planted the bushes of integrity, honesty, knowledge, and sanguinity these bushes grow and flourish irrigated by the values of our virtuous religion and the precious updated scientific facts. It is a hard, long track we are obliged to stride firmly, with strong will and no hesitation. Hand in hand, supported by our conscientious and dedicated staff, we will all spare no efforts to attain safely the happy ending. Cultivate an enduring love of learning and a healthy educational environment that emphasizes cognitive, physical, social, and emotional learning. Cultivate an enduring love of learning and a healthy educational environment that emphasizes cognitive, physical, social, and emotional learning. Continually ask how we may better serve each student, and create an atmosphere that inspires and enables students to reach their full potential. Provide opportunities for individual and collaborative work where students can share their ideas and learn from each other. Promote hard work and effort as the pathway to success, and enable students to be resourceful and resilient in the face of challenges and change. Foster a community that welcomes families as partners in their children’s learning and encourages youth voices in decision-making. Model Islamic values throughout the school and lay the groundwork for an ethical, moral, and respectful environment. Every AlGhad student receives a high-quality education leading them to graduate prepared for college, career, and life. In providing the Saudi National Curriculum enriched by an International Curriculum for English, Mathematics, and Science, AlGhad Schools is committed to educational excellence in teaching and learning that is geared towards the Saudi Vision 2030. The curriculum incorporates the most up-to-date of learning methodologies, developed in a manner that is both structured and flexible. The links between Al-Ghad school's various stages are preparatory, junior and middle are integral and phased. At the preparatory stage, students are initiated into the world of learning and knowledge in a manner that is both enjoyable and educative. Communicative language skills in English and Arabic and mathematical concepts are developed systematically. The junior classes then build progressively towards these sound foundations. Extending student's language in both depth and breadth of subject knowledge in theoretical as well as applied manners. At all levels, the students requiring Special Attention, be they gifted or the learning dysfunctional, are individually attended to by specialist teachers who conduct regular enrichment to support classes and enhance their capabilities. Al-Ghad schools satisfy all the requirements of the local education curriculum of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in addition, A rigid English language syllabus is taught and perfectly implemented from K to 9. Eleven to fifteen periods of English are taught per week including Mathematics and Science, which are also taught in English. Computer Technology, Arts, Sports, Civics, Handicraft and plenty of other subjects are present to serve the student's interest and education. The school is bilingual. Each student is taught through the medium of two languages: Arabic and English. The program is designed to develop self-confidence in two languages. Through varied activities, the children develop the foundation for reading, writing, and various other linguistic innovations in both languages. There is ample time for Rest and Play during the day. The students are allowed to play in the sports facilities of the school to fulfill their daily exercise needs. Mathematics and Science skills are taught in both languages. A variety of coursework, Mathematical exercises, and manipulative materials affect a challenging mathematical program. Al-Ghad National Schools Girls Branch +966 114624606 View full school
  7. Al-Ghad National Schools have set a group of targets aimed at coaching the students to become vigilant, educated, well cultured, and promising seeds of their families and societies. Our schools strive to prepare our students to value and respect their Islamic religion, to be creative, productive, and equipped with solid will and self-confidence. They are individuals who interact with their societies fully armed with ability, awareness, and honesty. They are also provided with the knowledge, skills, and scientific facts that they need to survive in a society where there is no place for the weak and the ignorant. Did our Schools achieve their objectives? Yes, definitely and more, Al-Ghad Schools have already planted the bushes of integrity, honesty, knowledge, and sanguinity these bushes grow and flourish irrigated by the values of our virtuous religion and the precious updated scientific facts. It is a hard, long track we are obliged to stride firmly, with strong will and no hesitation. Hand in hand, supported by our conscientious and dedicated staff, we will all spare no efforts to attain safely the happy ending. Cultivate an enduring love of learning and a healthy educational environment that emphasizes cognitive, physical, social, and emotional learning. Cultivate an enduring love of learning and a healthy educational environment that emphasizes cognitive, physical, social, and emotional learning. Continually ask how we may better serve each student, and create an atmosphere that inspires and enables students to reach their full potential. Provide opportunities for individual and collaborative work where students can share their ideas and learn from each other. Promote hard work and effort as the pathway to success, and enable students to be resourceful and resilient in the face of challenges and change. Foster a community that welcomes families as partners in their children’s learning and encourages youth voices in decision-making. Model Islamic values throughout the school and lay the groundwork for an ethical, moral, and respectful environment. Every AlGhad student receives a high-quality education leading them to graduate prepared for college, career, and life. In providing the Saudi National Curriculum enriched by an International Curriculum for English, Mathematics, and Science, AlGhad Schools is committed to educational excellence in teaching and learning that is geared towards the Saudi Vision 2030. The curriculum incorporates the most up-to-date of learning methodologies, developed in a manner that is both structured and flexible. The links between Al-Ghad school's various stages are preparatory, junior and middle are integral and phased. At the preparatory stage, students are initiated into the world of learning and knowledge in a manner that is both enjoyable and educative. Communicative language skills in English and Arabic and mathematical concepts are developed systematically. The junior classes then build progressively towards these sound foundations. Extending student's language in both depth and breadth of subject knowledge in theoretical as well as applied manners. At all levels, the students requiring Special Attention, be they gifted or the learning dysfunctional, are individually attended to by specialist teachers who conduct regular enrichment to support classes and enhance their capabilities. Al-Ghad schools satisfy all the requirements of the local education curriculum of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in addition, A rigid English language syllabus is taught and perfectly implemented from K to 9. Eleven to fifteen periods of English are taught per week including Mathematics and Science, which are also taught in English. Computer Technology, Arts, Sports, Civics, Handicraft and plenty of other subjects are present to serve the student's interest and education. The school is bilingual. Each student is taught through the medium of two languages: Arabic and English. The program is designed to develop self-confidence in two languages. Through varied activities, the children develop the foundation for reading, writing, and various other linguistic innovations in both languages. There is ample time for Rest and Play during the day. The students are allowed to play in the sports facilities of the school to fulfill their daily exercise needs. Mathematics and Science skills are taught in both languages. A variety of coursework, Mathematical exercises, and manipulative materials affect a challenging mathematical program. Al-Ghad National Schools Girls Branch +966 114624606
  8. We understand the requirements of the Ministry of Education and make every effort to provide students with modern education. We offer your child course and subjects that will serve as building blocks for success in later years. We give your children flexibility while ensuring they learn fundamentals in Math, Science, and Languages that they can use for the rest of their lives. We embrace technology and strive to make sure our students, are fluent and comfortable with the technologies that will define the future. The school is equipped with modern computer labs with internet access some teachers teach online lessons using projectors and smartboards. Through the internet connection, it easily gets instructional programming and staff development activities from all over the world. We’ve taken a unique approach to tolerance and culture. We understand you and your desire to give your children a solid education while respecting your culture. Our teachers and staff are required to complete basic training in understanding your traditions and values. View full school
  9. We understand the requirements of the Ministry of Education and make every effort to provide students with modern education. We offer your child course and subjects that will serve as building blocks for success in later years. We give your children flexibility while ensuring they learn fundamentals in Math, Science, and Languages that they can use for the rest of their lives. We embrace technology and strive to make sure our students, are fluent and comfortable with the technologies that will define the future. The school is equipped with modern computer labs with internet access some teachers teach online lessons using projectors and smartboards. Through the internet connection, it easily gets instructional programming and staff development activities from all over the world. We’ve taken a unique approach to tolerance and culture. We understand you and your desire to give your children a solid education while respecting your culture. Our teachers and staff are required to complete basic training in understanding your traditions and values.
  10. Saad National Schools are based in Al-Khobar, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The school was established in 1995 and was inaugurated two years later under the patronage of HRH Prince Mohammad bin Fahd Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud. We are pleased you have chosen Saad National Schools (SNS) for your child. We look forward to working with you in ensuring that s/he will be a happy and successful learner. At BGS, parents are an important part of our school community. We thank you for allowing us to join you in the care and nurturing of your developing child. Students at Saad National School range in age from 3 to 18 years. Class groups are generally organized by age at the beginning of the school year (early September). In Primary school, the maximum for each class is 18 students with two or more instructors (one classroom teacher and one assistant teacher). In addition, the program director and the classroom supervisor are available as needed. Children must be reliably toilet-trained before they attend school. All supervisors, teachers, and assistant teachers have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree. In addition, the school has a policy of continuous professional development, requiring all faculty members to stay up-to-date on new information in this specialized field of education. Students at Saad National Schools experience a developmentally appropriate program that includes instruction in both Arabic and English. Our goal is to encourage each student to succeed through project-based learning. View full school
  11. Saad National Schools are based in Al-Khobar, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The school was established in 1995 and was inaugurated two years later under the patronage of HRH Prince Mohammad bin Fahd Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud. We are pleased you have chosen Saad National Schools (SNS) for your child. We look forward to working with you in ensuring that s/he will be a happy and successful learner. At BGS, parents are an important part of our school community. We thank you for allowing us to join you in the care and nurturing of your developing child. Students at Saad National School range in age from 3 to 18 years. Class groups are generally organized by age at the beginning of the school year (early September). In Primary school, the maximum for each class is 18 students with two or more instructors (one classroom teacher and one assistant teacher). In addition, the program director and the classroom supervisor are available as needed. Children must be reliably toilet-trained before they attend school. All supervisors, teachers, and assistant teachers have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree. In addition, the school has a policy of continuous professional development, requiring all faculty members to stay up-to-date on new information in this specialized field of education. Students at Saad National Schools experience a developmentally appropriate program that includes instruction in both Arabic and English. Our goal is to encourage each student to succeed through project-based learning.
  12. National private school was established in 1982. It is recognized as one of the first private schools in Oman. It began only with kindergarten and grades one and two. Year after year, it became greater in the size, quantity, and scope of education. In 1997/1998 the first batch of General Secondary Certificate of general education graduated. The school adopts the three systems of education that include general education, bilingual, and IGCSE courses. Our school seeks to mingle the Omani Arab culture with the most up-to-date method of education and technology. It always places a great emphasis on students’ personalities so that they can play vital roles in building their country. In addition an excellent group of experienced teachers from different countries who spare no effort to provide students with all opportunities of learning new skills which help them in increasing their academic level, therefore they can join local and International Universities. There is no limit to our ambition. We feel that we need to continue working much harder to accomplish some of our ambitions. Our school adopts continuous development strategies including ongoing programs of employees’ professional development, constant analysis, and assessment of school performance and best methods of monitoring students. Believing in teamwork that makes the process of learning more interesting and enjoyable, the school administration always encourages the students and their parents to participate in formulating these strategies and achieving the aims and vision of the Omani government. We employ well-qualified and experienced teachers from different countries so that our students can benefit from their cultures and experiences. On top of that, the best Omani teachers who are highly efficient in teaching and administration are also employed. After long years of great effort and hard work of the National private school employees, it has become fully fledged. We hope the parents always tie our school to qualities of honesty and trustworthiness because we spare no effort to achieve these ambitions including implanting values and principles in our students ‘minds and learning new experiences and skills which help them serve their country. Our mission is to make the students eligible to be aware of holding responsibilities for meeting their society’s requirements and maintaining the Omani identity when they learn new skills and knowledge. We adopt plans and methods of creativity and development and keep in touch with society these plans are implements by professional administrative and teaching staff. Our goals: To enable students to be aware of their Arab cultural heritage and history of Oman. To raise the awareness of students to hold full responsibilities for their country. To adopt more foreign languages and courses in terms of the educations laws of Oman. To constraint students' self-confidence to be good citizen students or their country. To make good use of modern methods and technologies to prepare the students academically. To find out and develop the student's creative skills and abilities through different activities. To highlight the role of Arabic language courses of all core subjects. To enhance the position relation between the teachers and the environment where they work. To relate the academic level to moral behaviors through fostering the close relationship between the concepts of education and teaching. To encourage students to be more cooperative and responsible. To achieve all objects mentions above through the education plans specified by the Ministry of Education. To improve students, abilities, and skills through various activities. To develop the teacher’s performance and help him/her use the modern creative methods of teaching. View full school
  13. National private school was established in 1982. It is recognized as one of the first private schools in Oman. It began only with kindergarten and grades one and two. Year after year, it became greater in the size, quantity, and scope of education. In 1997/1998 the first batch of General Secondary Certificate of general education graduated. The school adopts the three systems of education that include general education, bilingual, and IGCSE courses. Our school seeks to mingle the Omani Arab culture with the most up-to-date method of education and technology. It always places a great emphasis on students’ personalities so that they can play vital roles in building their country. In addition an excellent group of experienced teachers from different countries who spare no effort to provide students with all opportunities of learning new skills which help them in increasing their academic level, therefore they can join local and International Universities. There is no limit to our ambition. We feel that we need to continue working much harder to accomplish some of our ambitions. Our school adopts continuous development strategies including ongoing programs of employees’ professional development, constant analysis, and assessment of school performance and best methods of monitoring students. Believing in teamwork that makes the process of learning more interesting and enjoyable, the school administration always encourages the students and their parents to participate in formulating these strategies and achieving the aims and vision of the Omani government. We employ well-qualified and experienced teachers from different countries so that our students can benefit from their cultures and experiences. On top of that, the best Omani teachers who are highly efficient in teaching and administration are also employed. After long years of great effort and hard work of the National private school employees, it has become fully fledged. We hope the parents always tie our school to qualities of honesty and trustworthiness because we spare no effort to achieve these ambitions including implanting values and principles in our students ‘minds and learning new experiences and skills which help them serve their country. Our mission is to make the students eligible to be aware of holding responsibilities for meeting their society’s requirements and maintaining the Omani identity when they learn new skills and knowledge. We adopt plans and methods of creativity and development and keep in touch with society these plans are implements by professional administrative and teaching staff. Our goals: To enable students to be aware of their Arab cultural heritage and history of Oman. To raise the awareness of students to hold full responsibilities for their country. To adopt more foreign languages and courses in terms of the educations laws of Oman. To constraint students' self-confidence to be good citizen students or their country. To make good use of modern methods and technologies to prepare the students academically. To find out and develop the student's creative skills and abilities through different activities. To highlight the role of Arabic language courses of all core subjects. To enhance the position relation between the teachers and the environment where they work. To relate the academic level to moral behaviors through fostering the close relationship between the concepts of education and teaching. To encourage students to be more cooperative and responsible. To achieve all objects mentions above through the education plans specified by the Ministry of Education. To improve students, abilities, and skills through various activities. To develop the teacher’s performance and help him/her use the modern creative methods of teaching.
  14. Welcome to the National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB). Founded in 1862 by American missionaries, NEIGB is an Evangelical School affiliated with the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon. The School is accredited by the Lebanese government and is also the U.S. accredited, university preparatory school, committed to providing educational excellence through standards-based Lebanese curriculum leading to the Baccalaureate Certificate, and a standard-based, internationally enriched American curriculum leading to a High School Diploma, altogether serving a student body of around 1700. The National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys has long been recognized as one of the leading, non-profit schools in Lebanon. We are proud of this School’s glorious history and of the legacy it has built-in Lebanon for the past 156 years. If admission to this School is your aim, we look forward to welcoming you soon to our community of learners. The National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys is a student-centered school where the focus is on learning it is a school where the feeling of community is real, and where children learn and develop in a friendly, nurturing, creative and safe environment, supported by highly qualified and dedicated faculty and staff. National Evangelical Institute for Girls & Boys prepares students to become positive and active global citizens by fostering educational excellence, promoting a sense of understanding and compassion for others, and stressing the moral, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development of each student. NEIGB is a school community where learning is: Student-centered. Technology-driven. Data and evidence-based. Engaging and team-oriented. Extended beyond school walls. Creative, challenging, and empowering. Sustained by value-driven practices. Core Values (RICH) Responsibility. Integrity. Compassion. Honesty. Global competitiveness is what National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB) is all about. Not only does the school seek to attain excellence in education, but it also seeks to enrich its students’ cognitive, psychomotor, and affective skills and to thoroughly pursue their development and growth. The school offers top-quality educational programs to students of different backgrounds. It also addresses various learning styles by developing students’ academic aptitudes, social skills, and character building. Besides, the multi-cultural school community contributes to the cultivation of this awareness. NEIGB offers two educational systems: The Lebanese system leading to the official Secondary III Baccalaureate and BT3 certificates, and The American system, leading to the completion of the 12th-grade program of study and issuance of the high school diploma. The American High School curriculum is based on the “American Core Curriculum”, which leads to admission to both private Lebanese universities and/or colleges and universities abroad. MAP is used in Cycles I and II to measure students’ academic progress, while TOEFL and SAT are taught and utilized at the secondary level to prepare students for college and university admission. The School also supports students who find it hard to manage the core requirements by offering students with special needs a sub-curriculum that allows them to cope with the main curriculum fundamentals. The School’s teaching philosophy revolves around the principle of active learning. This empowers our students who are enrolled in the American System to experience countless skills and to invest their knowledge in life issues. Our teachers utilize teaching material and subjects vertically and horizontally, using different means to engage learners verbally, individually, via research projects, community service, and group work. In 2012, National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys celebrated the School’s 150th anniversary of its foundation in 1862 as one of the oldest educational institutions in the region. This great success story can be traced to the vision of the early American founders of Sidon Evangelical School for Girls and Gerard Institute for Boys. The Sidon Evangelical School for Girls (SESG) played a pioneering role in the education of women in the Middle East. The School started in a single house in old Sidon in 1862 before relocating in 1924 to its current and beautiful campus in the Greater Sidon City suburban town of Al Hara. The campus’s new construction included independent buildings and cottages. The buildings housed classrooms, an assembly area, a modern kitchen, a library, a sewing room, and laboratories. At that time, the school adopted Home Economics and Children Care curricula to prepare girls to become mothers and housewives. The cottages provided a caring family environment where girls lived under the guidance of caring and loving cottage mothers. Parallel to the founding of the Sidon School for Girls, a school for boys was also founded by the early missionaries in a leased house in 1881. Despite numerous challenges and governmental regulations, American missionaries Rev. William Eddy and Dr. George Ford successfully led the march to establish the school which has become one of the educational pillars in the city of Sidon. In 1884, the School moved to its new location in the Greater Sidon suburban town of Miyeh w Miyeh and was named Gerard Institute. By 1904, Gerard Institute had become a pioneering school that offered both academic and technical training. The academic division offered regular courses under the direction of Dr. Ford, while the technical division offered training in carpentry, blacksmithing, sewing, shoemaking, and construction, and was directed by Rev. William Eddy. Hence, the Arabic name of the school “Madrasat Al Fonoon”, which means “the School of Arts”, became the institution’s new name in Arabic. Sidon Evangelical School for Girls and Gerard Institute for Boys were merged into one school in 1985 under the new name of National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB). Yet more than 150 years later, the School’s founding ideal remains the same. It lives in every classroom and is endorsed by teachers, staff, and administrators whose only drive is to prepare students for a world in need of intelligent, responsible, enthusiastic, honest, and compassionate leaders. View full school
  15. Welcome to the National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB). Founded in 1862 by American missionaries, NEIGB is an Evangelical School affiliated with the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon. The School is accredited by the Lebanese government and is also the U.S. accredited, university preparatory school, committed to providing educational excellence through standards-based Lebanese curriculum leading to the Baccalaureate Certificate, and a standard-based, internationally enriched American curriculum leading to a High School Diploma, altogether serving a student body of around 1700. The National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys has long been recognized as one of the leading, non-profit schools in Lebanon. We are proud of this School’s glorious history and of the legacy it has built-in Lebanon for the past 156 years. If admission to this School is your aim, we look forward to welcoming you soon to our community of learners. The National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys is a student-centered school where the focus is on learning it is a school where the feeling of community is real, and where children learn and develop in a friendly, nurturing, creative and safe environment, supported by highly qualified and dedicated faculty and staff. National Evangelical Institute for Girls & Boys prepares students to become positive and active global citizens by fostering educational excellence, promoting a sense of understanding and compassion for others, and stressing the moral, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development of each student. NEIGB is a school community where learning is: Student-centered. Technology-driven. Data and evidence-based. Engaging and team-oriented. Extended beyond school walls. Creative, challenging, and empowering. Sustained by value-driven practices. Core Values (RICH) Responsibility. Integrity. Compassion. Honesty. Global competitiveness is what National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB) is all about. Not only does the school seek to attain excellence in education, but it also seeks to enrich its students’ cognitive, psychomotor, and affective skills and to thoroughly pursue their development and growth. The school offers top-quality educational programs to students of different backgrounds. It also addresses various learning styles by developing students’ academic aptitudes, social skills, and character building. Besides, the multi-cultural school community contributes to the cultivation of this awareness. NEIGB offers two educational systems: The Lebanese system leading to the official Secondary III Baccalaureate and BT3 certificates, and The American system, leading to the completion of the 12th-grade program of study and issuance of the high school diploma. The American High School curriculum is based on the “American Core Curriculum”, which leads to admission to both private Lebanese universities and/or colleges and universities abroad. MAP is used in Cycles I and II to measure students’ academic progress, while TOEFL and SAT are taught and utilized at the secondary level to prepare students for college and university admission. The School also supports students who find it hard to manage the core requirements by offering students with special needs a sub-curriculum that allows them to cope with the main curriculum fundamentals. The School’s teaching philosophy revolves around the principle of active learning. This empowers our students who are enrolled in the American System to experience countless skills and to invest their knowledge in life issues. Our teachers utilize teaching material and subjects vertically and horizontally, using different means to engage learners verbally, individually, via research projects, community service, and group work. In 2012, National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys celebrated the School’s 150th anniversary of its foundation in 1862 as one of the oldest educational institutions in the region. This great success story can be traced to the vision of the early American founders of Sidon Evangelical School for Girls and Gerard Institute for Boys. The Sidon Evangelical School for Girls (SESG) played a pioneering role in the education of women in the Middle East. The School started in a single house in old Sidon in 1862 before relocating in 1924 to its current and beautiful campus in the Greater Sidon City suburban town of Al Hara. The campus’s new construction included independent buildings and cottages. The buildings housed classrooms, an assembly area, a modern kitchen, a library, a sewing room, and laboratories. At that time, the school adopted Home Economics and Children Care curricula to prepare girls to become mothers and housewives. The cottages provided a caring family environment where girls lived under the guidance of caring and loving cottage mothers. Parallel to the founding of the Sidon School for Girls, a school for boys was also founded by the early missionaries in a leased house in 1881. Despite numerous challenges and governmental regulations, American missionaries Rev. William Eddy and Dr. George Ford successfully led the march to establish the school which has become one of the educational pillars in the city of Sidon. In 1884, the School moved to its new location in the Greater Sidon suburban town of Miyeh w Miyeh and was named Gerard Institute. By 1904, Gerard Institute had become a pioneering school that offered both academic and technical training. The academic division offered regular courses under the direction of Dr. Ford, while the technical division offered training in carpentry, blacksmithing, sewing, shoemaking, and construction, and was directed by Rev. William Eddy. Hence, the Arabic name of the school “Madrasat Al Fonoon”, which means “the School of Arts”, became the institution’s new name in Arabic. Sidon Evangelical School for Girls and Gerard Institute for Boys were merged into one school in 1985 under the new name of National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB). Yet more than 150 years later, the School’s founding ideal remains the same. It lives in every classroom and is endorsed by teachers, staff, and administrators whose only drive is to prepare students for a world in need of intelligent, responsible, enthusiastic, honest, and compassionate leaders.
  16. The Lycee National Schools, which was founded in 1970, have grown continuously and gained an exceptionally high level of recognition since then. We, the Lycee National Schools, are committed to delivering the best learning experience to our students through adopting the latest educational methods empowered by the most advanced technological devices and extracurricular activities which enhance the student's intellectual, psychological, and physical development. Since we started, we have worked in full collaboration with the government aiming at reaching high academic goals. We have, also, contributed to the updating and upgrading of the national curriculum. Lycée National Schools have always motivated and encouraged all of their staff members to attend extensive workshops to ensure their top efficient and effective performance. Le Lycee National Schools started as one small school of 70 KG and elementary French-educated students in a rented building in Bshara El Khoury Street in Beirut in 1970-1971. In the following year, it grew to offer education to 111 students. Then, in 1975-1976, when the country was shredded by the Civil War, Mr. Fouad was forced to move his school to Mzraat El Chouf, his birthplace. There, he changed his village into a school, occupying its houses as classrooms and its gardens as playgrounds. At that time, the school grew to include 1600 students. In October 1977, the school was moved to a new location, Baakata, the heart of Chouf. Then, two new branches were founded, one in Dohat El Hoss, a coastal area, and the other in Ramlit El Bayda, Beirut. In 1995-1996, the Dohat El Hoss branch was moved to its current location in Choueifat. Throughout these years, Mr. Fouad’s schools have flourished and prospered to become among the best and leading schools at both local and national levels, making him the most influential figure in the field of education in Lebanon. The major factor behind this outstanding success is his vision, commitment, and passion for creating the most dynamic, challenging learning community. Mr. Fouad Thebian, a larger-than-life- figure, has been highly acknowledged for his outstanding contribution to the field of education. His infinite dedication, determination, and pursuit of excellence in all the positions he held throughout his life helped him earn the love and respect of those who knew him and worked with him. His life journey demonstrates an inspirational story of a self-made mentor who valued nothing more than education and its power to make a difference in the world. When you talk about Mr. Fouad Thebian, you can’t but talk about his most treasured accomplishment, Le Lycee National Schools. View full school
  17. The Lycee National Schools, which was founded in 1970, have grown continuously and gained an exceptionally high level of recognition since then. We, the Lycee National Schools, are committed to delivering the best learning experience to our students through adopting the latest educational methods empowered by the most advanced technological devices and extracurricular activities which enhance the student's intellectual, psychological, and physical development. Since we started, we have worked in full collaboration with the government aiming at reaching high academic goals. We have, also, contributed to the updating and upgrading of the national curriculum. Lycée National Schools have always motivated and encouraged all of their staff members to attend extensive workshops to ensure their top efficient and effective performance. Le Lycee National Schools started as one small school of 70 KG and elementary French-educated students in a rented building in Bshara El Khoury Street in Beirut in 1970-1971. In the following year, it grew to offer education to 111 students. Then, in 1975-1976, when the country was shredded by the Civil War, Mr. Fouad was forced to move his school to Mzraat El Chouf, his birthplace. There, he changed his village into a school, occupying its houses as classrooms and its gardens as playgrounds. At that time, the school grew to include 1600 students. In October 1977, the school was moved to a new location, Baakata, the heart of Chouf. Then, two new branches were founded, one in Dohat El Hoss, a coastal area, and the other in Ramlit El Bayda, Beirut. In 1995-1996, the Dohat El Hoss branch was moved to its current location in Choueifat. Throughout these years, Mr. Fouad’s schools have flourished and prospered to become among the best and leading schools at both local and national levels, making him the most influential figure in the field of education in Lebanon. The major factor behind this outstanding success is his vision, commitment, and passion for creating the most dynamic, challenging learning community. Mr. Fouad Thebian, a larger-than-life- figure, has been highly acknowledged for his outstanding contribution to the field of education. His infinite dedication, determination, and pursuit of excellence in all the positions he held throughout his life helped him earn the love and respect of those who knew him and worked with him. His life journey demonstrates an inspirational story of a self-made mentor who valued nothing more than education and its power to make a difference in the world. When you talk about Mr. Fouad Thebian, you can’t but talk about his most treasured accomplishment, Le Lycee National Schools.
  18. MNS was established in 1945. The school’s mission is to help students grow toward success. MNS is an institution in which personal growth is expected, recognized, and rewarded. Its environment is conducive to moral and academic excellence that makes its students flourish in its setting of warmth, love, and personal interest and allows them to fulfill their academic goals, to find more meaning and hope in their lives, and to be responsible for the well-being of their society. At MNS, students have never been and will never become numbers nor are they only names. Our small classes allow maximum attention to the needs of the individual student. The approach to education taken here is a personal one. Administrators, faculty, and staff members have a genuine concern for their students whom they will continue to love, encourage, discipline, and challenge as individuals. The great desire they have for each of their students is that he/she grows in knowledge, in appreciation for the environment, and most of all in morality. We aim to make our students tough-minded enough to break loose from the shackles of prejudice, half-truth, and downright ignorance. We want them to grow to be leaders to understand the human heart and speakers to speak with compassion and yet to be objective. We have supplied our MNS students with a loving and nurturing bridge over which our graduates walk to moral and constructive adulthood. Monsif National School is a private trilingual (English, Arabic, and French) coeducational institution for primary and secondary education. It is officially recognized by the Lebanese Ministry of National Education and Fine Arts. It also offers a High School Program to all non-Lebanese and Lebanese students who have spent two or more uninterrupted academic years abroad in schools that follow either the American or the British program. The school admits students regardless of race, color, religion, gender, disability, or national origin. MNS lays special emphasis on preparation for admission to high-standing universities in Lebanon and abroad. The student body represents fifteen nationalities from all over the Middle East, USA, Canada, Australia, Latin America, England, Africa, and Eastern Europe. The friendly atmosphere found on campus aids students in adjusting to a new country and culture and, for some, to a new language. The school administration directs, controls, and encourages certain activities to complement the academic work of the student to provide an enriching cultural, physical, social, and morally uplifting environment. The school includes Kindergarten through grade twelve classes organized into three divisions: Primary (KG I to 6th), Intermediate (7th to 9th), and Secondary (10th to 12th). MNS has set a high standard of education for its students and achieved superior results in the Lebanese official exams and the American SAT I, SAT II, and TOEFL. The school helps prepare its students to be able in their future to contribute to the accumulation and application of analytical methods in a changing world and be aware of the need for harmony between technology and nature. In the High School Program, English is the only language of instruction in all classes, while the languages of instruction in the Lebanese Official Program are English and Arabic. In both programs, French is given as a third language. Awards and academic grants are presented to needy students who have displayed superior academic ability and demonstrated leadership and excellent character. View full school
  19. MNS was established in 1945. The school’s mission is to help students grow toward success. MNS is an institution in which personal growth is expected, recognized, and rewarded. Its environment is conducive to moral and academic excellence that makes its students flourish in its setting of warmth, love, and personal interest and allows them to fulfill their academic goals, to find more meaning and hope in their lives, and to be responsible for the well-being of their society. At MNS, students have never been and will never become numbers nor are they only names. Our small classes allow maximum attention to the needs of the individual student. The approach to education taken here is a personal one. Administrators, faculty, and staff members have a genuine concern for their students whom they will continue to love, encourage, discipline, and challenge as individuals. The great desire they have for each of their students is that he/she grows in knowledge, in appreciation for the environment, and most of all in morality. We aim to make our students tough-minded enough to break loose from the shackles of prejudice, half-truth, and downright ignorance. We want them to grow to be leaders to understand the human heart and speakers to speak with compassion and yet to be objective. We have supplied our MNS students with a loving and nurturing bridge over which our graduates walk to moral and constructive adulthood. Monsif National School is a private trilingual (English, Arabic, and French) coeducational institution for primary and secondary education. It is officially recognized by the Lebanese Ministry of National Education and Fine Arts. It also offers a High School Program to all non-Lebanese and Lebanese students who have spent two or more uninterrupted academic years abroad in schools that follow either the American or the British program. The school admits students regardless of race, color, religion, gender, disability, or national origin. MNS lays special emphasis on preparation for admission to high-standing universities in Lebanon and abroad. The student body represents fifteen nationalities from all over the Middle East, USA, Canada, Australia, Latin America, England, Africa, and Eastern Europe. The friendly atmosphere found on campus aids students in adjusting to a new country and culture and, for some, to a new language. The school administration directs, controls, and encourages certain activities to complement the academic work of the student to provide an enriching cultural, physical, social, and morally uplifting environment. The school includes Kindergarten through grade twelve classes organized into three divisions: Primary (KG I to 6th), Intermediate (7th to 9th), and Secondary (10th to 12th). MNS has set a high standard of education for its students and achieved superior results in the Lebanese official exams and the American SAT I, SAT II, and TOEFL. The school helps prepare its students to be able in their future to contribute to the accumulation and application of analytical methods in a changing world and be aware of the need for harmony between technology and nature. In the High School Program, English is the only language of instruction in all classes, while the languages of instruction in the Lebanese Official Program are English and Arabic. In both programs, French is given as a third language. Awards and academic grants are presented to needy students who have displayed superior academic ability and demonstrated leadership and excellent character.
  20. The National Protestant College, a firm believer in equality among all people regardless of color, religion, social status, or allegiance, is an institution with an educational, humanitarian, and patriotic mission that aims at nurturing open-minded, conscientious, and compassionate citizens who will respect and understand individual differences. The National Protestant College School Committee oversees the policy and direction of NPC. The committee members are chosen from the National Evangelical Church congregation and adherents. They are prominent members of society who have a passion for education and a recognized record of service to the community. The National Protestant College was founded in 1949 in the Ras Beirut area in the heart of Beirut. The school began as an elementary school for girls that was also known as Mrs. Jraidini’s School after the name of its first principal, Mrs. Rida Jraidini. The NPC implements the Lebanese curriculum as modified to conform to its educational philosophy with an emphasis on character education and foreign languages. English is the language of instruction for all subjects except for Arabic and Social Studies (History, Geography, and Civics). Students also learn French as the second foreign language throughout the school grades beginning in Preschool. NPC language department has embarked on a new teaching process that has adopted drastic changes on various levels, and which has been manifested through the reduction and change in nature of homework assignments, integration of subject courses, focus on students' linguistic performance, and the radical changes in studying habits. To avoid any ambiguity and to reinforce the critical role of parent's involvement in the learning process, the language department has deemed it necessary to present NPC's language teaching vision and stages. Teaching languages completely differs from teaching any other subject, since languages are at the core of these subjects. Consequently, a better command of the language enhances the students' performance in Math, Sciences, Sociology, Economics, and Philosophy, and drives students to continuously incorporate language skills throughout their academic year. It is also crucial to understand that the new approach is a slow and painstaking process whose benefits will be reaped very gradually, but also very steadily. The main underlying objective behind teaching languages is the building of communication skills, which include oral expression, writing, and reading comprehension. Hence, dictation, grammar, and vocabulary serve only as tools that enable students to master the language. The other minor objective, the official exams, is considered less demanding of the enormous efforts invested by both teachers and students and is the unprompted outcome of the first objective. View full school
  21. The National Protestant College, a firm believer in equality among all people regardless of color, religion, social status, or allegiance, is an institution with an educational, humanitarian, and patriotic mission that aims at nurturing open-minded, conscientious, and compassionate citizens who will respect and understand individual differences. The National Protestant College School Committee oversees the policy and direction of NPC. The committee members are chosen from the National Evangelical Church congregation and adherents. They are prominent members of society who have a passion for education and a recognized record of service to the community. The National Protestant College was founded in 1949 in the Ras Beirut area in the heart of Beirut. The school began as an elementary school for girls that was also known as Mrs. Jraidini’s School after the name of its first principal, Mrs. Rida Jraidini. The NPC implements the Lebanese curriculum as modified to conform to its educational philosophy with an emphasis on character education and foreign languages. English is the language of instruction for all subjects except for Arabic and Social Studies (History, Geography, and Civics). Students also learn French as the second foreign language throughout the school grades beginning in Preschool. NPC language department has embarked on a new teaching process that has adopted drastic changes on various levels, and which has been manifested through the reduction and change in nature of homework assignments, integration of subject courses, focus on students' linguistic performance, and the radical changes in studying habits. To avoid any ambiguity and to reinforce the critical role of parent's involvement in the learning process, the language department has deemed it necessary to present NPC's language teaching vision and stages. Teaching languages completely differs from teaching any other subject, since languages are at the core of these subjects. Consequently, a better command of the language enhances the students' performance in Math, Sciences, Sociology, Economics, and Philosophy, and drives students to continuously incorporate language skills throughout their academic year. It is also crucial to understand that the new approach is a slow and painstaking process whose benefits will be reaped very gradually, but also very steadily. The main underlying objective behind teaching languages is the building of communication skills, which include oral expression, writing, and reading comprehension. Hence, dictation, grammar, and vocabulary serve only as tools that enable students to master the language. The other minor objective, the official exams, is considered less demanding of the enormous efforts invested by both teachers and students and is the unprompted outcome of the first objective.
  22. "Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students, and enthusiastic parents with high expectations." Our mission and vision are implemented into practice through strategic guidance and preparation. Values and codes of ethics are instilled into our education system through curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities that mold the individualistic character of our pupils, rendering them lifelong learners ready for global challenges. Our commitment to our mission is the bedrock for our success. since student empowerment can only be achieved through the mastering of diverse competencies that arm learners with the necessary skills to confront challenges that may hinder their potentials, we, at NESN, have merged the Lebanese and the American curriculum to provide our students with better opportunities to tackle university entrance exams. Standardized tests such as TOFEL, S.A.T., and MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) have been integrated into our curriculum to trigger students' critical thinking abilities and facilitate their process in higher education. "Actions speak louder than words". This is our aspiration for the present and the future. With your collaboration and our commitment, we hope to exceed our potentials and our mutual goals. All children are unique individuals and all can learn. We can develop within each student the desire to know, the tools to seek, and the ability to find, understand and use information strong communication between home and school forms the basis for the caring, nurturing, family atmosphere that is essential to our school. This atmosphere promotes excellence in teaching that results in high academic achievement and an environment that challenges learns and nurtures individual talents. Our primary aim is to encourage each student to be self-confident, inquiring, and tolerant, with an independent mind, and to be an individual who respects the difference of others. Our school has a well-equipped and furnished audio-video room. The main purpose of having this facility for students is the fact that whatever is seen by our eyes is retained by the brain more effectively than just reading or listening to it. Teach kids to respect others, start a dialogue, experiment with material, observe, find their voice, self-evaluate make connections, express themselves, learn from their mistakes, clean up, reflect on their work, embrace diversity, persevere, have an opinion. Appreciate beauty, break away from the stereotype, see another point and innovate. From Grade 1 to 6, we urge our students to think big, dream high, and work hard to turn their dreams into reality. School is not just a building where students read and write. The definition of the word "SCHOOL" is more of a concept. It is the eager staff that interacts together and is committed to the concept of SCHOOL to educate students to their highest level of ability. Our purpose has been to help you grow into intelligent, compassionate, and responsible citizens. The National Evangelical School in Nabatieh started its academic mission in 1925 under the supervision of the American Commissionary by the name of "American School for Girls in Nabatieh."It was composed of one rented room that included a few students who were learning the principles of reading, writing, calculating, in addition to the English language and arts. The school's supervisor, Lewis Loe, had stayed till 1935 when the school moved to a new rented building. Built the third floor in the dorm, in addition to enlarging the dining room. Then, built a three-floor building the first one was for children, and the other was for the boys in the boarding department. Expanded the playgrounds and bought new land that fit with the continuous prosperity of the school. And put in charge specialized teachers for teaching at all levels. Since 1975, N.E.S.N. is a mixed school in all its stages. Mr. Boutrus was transferred to Saida in 1975 for managing the Evangelical School of art, and Mr. Munther Antoun was assigned as principal in the school in Nabatieh. In this period the security circumstances became worse in Nabatieh. As a result, the school couldn't continue teaching. So the school's administration decided to wait for the end of Art's school in Saida to be used in summer 1977 to complete the year, and the lessons of the year 1978 - 1979 were hung up. During the first invasion of South Lebanon in 1978, the school was bombarded again, and most of the people in the city emigrated. The close continued until 1982 when NESN reopened the elementary part. And it began to add one class each year till it reached the second secondary class. But it couldn't open the third-second class because of the absence of qualified teachers and the difficulty of bringing them to Nabatieh for the lack of security. Later, in 1999-2000, the school opened its third secondary class - Life Science - and saved its student's transformation to other schools. NESN has proved a great success so far. View full school
  23. "Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students, and enthusiastic parents with high expectations." Our mission and vision are implemented into practice through strategic guidance and preparation. Values and codes of ethics are instilled into our education system through curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities that mold the individualistic character of our pupils, rendering them lifelong learners ready for global challenges. Our commitment to our mission is the bedrock for our success. since student empowerment can only be achieved through the mastering of diverse competencies that arm learners with the necessary skills to confront challenges that may hinder their potentials, we, at NESN, have merged the Lebanese and the American curriculum to provide our students with better opportunities to tackle university entrance exams. Standardized tests such as TOFEL, S.A.T., and MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) have been integrated into our curriculum to trigger students' critical thinking abilities and facilitate their process in higher education. "Actions speak louder than words". This is our aspiration for the present and the future. With your collaboration and our commitment, we hope to exceed our potentials and our mutual goals. All children are unique individuals and all can learn. We can develop within each student the desire to know, the tools to seek, and the ability to find, understand and use information strong communication between home and school forms the basis for the caring, nurturing, family atmosphere that is essential to our school. This atmosphere promotes excellence in teaching that results in high academic achievement and an environment that challenges learns and nurtures individual talents. Our primary aim is to encourage each student to be self-confident, inquiring, and tolerant, with an independent mind, and to be an individual who respects the difference of others. Our school has a well-equipped and furnished audio-video room. The main purpose of having this facility for students is the fact that whatever is seen by our eyes is retained by the brain more effectively than just reading or listening to it. Teach kids to respect others, start a dialogue, experiment with material, observe, find their voice, self-evaluate make connections, express themselves, learn from their mistakes, clean up, reflect on their work, embrace diversity, persevere, have an opinion. Appreciate beauty, break away from the stereotype, see another point and innovate. From Grade 1 to 6, we urge our students to think big, dream high, and work hard to turn their dreams into reality. School is not just a building where students read and write. The definition of the word "SCHOOL" is more of a concept. It is the eager staff that interacts together and is committed to the concept of SCHOOL to educate students to their highest level of ability. Our purpose has been to help you grow into intelligent, compassionate, and responsible citizens. The National Evangelical School in Nabatieh started its academic mission in 1925 under the supervision of the American Commissionary by the name of "American School for Girls in Nabatieh."It was composed of one rented room that included a few students who were learning the principles of reading, writing, calculating, in addition to the English language and arts. The school's supervisor, Lewis Loe, had stayed till 1935 when the school moved to a new rented building. Built the third floor in the dorm, in addition to enlarging the dining room. Then, built a three-floor building the first one was for children, and the other was for the boys in the boarding department. Expanded the playgrounds and bought new land that fit with the continuous prosperity of the school. And put in charge specialized teachers for teaching at all levels. Since 1975, N.E.S.N. is a mixed school in all its stages. Mr. Boutrus was transferred to Saida in 1975 for managing the Evangelical School of art, and Mr. Munther Antoun was assigned as principal in the school in Nabatieh. In this period the security circumstances became worse in Nabatieh. As a result, the school couldn't continue teaching. So the school's administration decided to wait for the end of Art's school in Saida to be used in summer 1977 to complete the year, and the lessons of the year 1978 - 1979 were hung up. During the first invasion of South Lebanon in 1978, the school was bombarded again, and most of the people in the city emigrated. The close continued until 1982 when NESN reopened the elementary part. And it began to add one class each year till it reached the second secondary class. But it couldn't open the third-second class because of the absence of qualified teachers and the difficulty of bringing them to Nabatieh for the lack of security. Later, in 1999-2000, the school opened its third secondary class - Life Science - and saved its student's transformation to other schools. NESN has proved a great success so far.
  24. The National American School was first launched in the academic year 2000-2001 by visionary people who saw the benefit of a new secular school in Zahle that accommodates students searching for a unique and untraditional education. N.A.S. is a leading educational institution that has carved a niche for itself among other schools in the area. Located in the middle of the Bekaa Valley on the outskirts of Zahle, it caters to students from Nursery to Grade 12 in both the Lebanese and American curricula. Instruction for both programs is in English. Its location has enabled it to have students from all surrounding villages spreading from the north to the south of the valley. The well-organized and thoroughly studied curriculum of the N.A.S. and the dedication of its faculty members have enabled its students to harvest amazing results in the Lebanese official exams as well as in the SATs and university entrance exams. The Lebanese have been sailing the seas for centuries but most often they come back to their homeland to plant new roots and establish relationships with their homeland and original community. Hence, the application of the American System Program in the school. This program allows students with foreign nationalities to learn an atmosphere similar to the one they came from and yet maintain a sense of discipline and ethnicity. We believe the school’s motto: For a Better Tomorrow, Today has been well served and implemented. We work together to provide our students: The best possible start in life. A good quality education. The best opportunity to develop his/her full potential and contribute to society in a meaningful way. The diligence and dedication of very qualified and experienced teachers and administrators have expeditiously made NAS a leading educational institute in both the Lebanese Program as well as the International. Our Core Values are: A student is an individual worthy of our care and attention. Education is a powerful weapon that should be used to change the world. The International Program (American System) is taught in English and using international textbooks. The students registered are generally from Lebanese families returning from abroad or from non-Lebanese families working in Lebanon as well as students who have studied three consecutive years outside of Lebanon. The International Program, which occupies a separate department, leads to a High School Diploma with all students sitting for the SAT Reasoning Test. Every year, for our Graduation Ceremony, we have a new theme for our invitation card that is reflected in the platform we build for the event, where we try to send our students off into the world with a bit of educational splendor. The talented architect who has been helping us for the past few years suggested the theme “Let them fly away…”. The expression might carry negative annotations to the cynical in mind, but it also carries the most positive ones to the great-hearted. A school does not chain and bind but rather it sets free minds manacled by chaos and irresponsibility. A school is a place where students are trained to fly away for the first time. It is the place where they are taught to use their imagination to carry them to new places. It is also the place where the student first learns to be an independent intellectual, capable of great and rich feats. All that is the work of schools that set minds and souls free from the bondage of ignorance. Ignorance is the plague of our society today. Our young people’s interests nowadays are so trivial and redundant, making it easy for evil to creep into their impressionable and often ignorant immature minds, twisting all the goodness inside them to form horrible monstrous people capable of doing heinous crimes against their society and also against humanity. As educators, we strongly believe in the power of education. Education that opens minds and hearts to the value of human life, and the importance of accepting our fellow human beings, thus enriching our lives and existence. Helen Keller believes that “The greatest result of education is tolerance”. Socrates said, “There is only one good, knowledge, and only one evil, ignorance”. Let’s work towards the annihilation of evil and ignorance, and setting our students free, through the spreading of education and knowledge. View full school
  25. The National American School was first launched in the academic year 2000-2001 by visionary people who saw the benefit of a new secular school in Zahle that accommodates students searching for a unique and untraditional education. N.A.S. is a leading educational institution that has carved a niche for itself among other schools in the area. Located in the middle of the Bekaa Valley on the outskirts of Zahle, it caters to students from Nursery to Grade 12 in both the Lebanese and American curricula. Instruction for both programs is in English. Its location has enabled it to have students from all surrounding villages spreading from the north to the south of the valley. The well-organized and thoroughly studied curriculum of the N.A.S. and the dedication of its faculty members have enabled its students to harvest amazing results in the Lebanese official exams as well as in the SATs and university entrance exams. The Lebanese have been sailing the seas for centuries but most often they come back to their homeland to plant new roots and establish relationships with their homeland and original community. Hence, the application of the American System Program in the school. This program allows students with foreign nationalities to learn an atmosphere similar to the one they came from and yet maintain a sense of discipline and ethnicity. We believe the school’s motto: For a Better Tomorrow, Today has been well served and implemented. We work together to provide our students: The best possible start in life. A good quality education. The best opportunity to develop his/her full potential and contribute to society in a meaningful way. The diligence and dedication of very qualified and experienced teachers and administrators have expeditiously made NAS a leading educational institute in both the Lebanese Program as well as the International. Our Core Values are: A student is an individual worthy of our care and attention. Education is a powerful weapon that should be used to change the world. The International Program (American System) is taught in English and using international textbooks. The students registered are generally from Lebanese families returning from abroad or from non-Lebanese families working in Lebanon as well as students who have studied three consecutive years outside of Lebanon. The International Program, which occupies a separate department, leads to a High School Diploma with all students sitting for the SAT Reasoning Test. Every year, for our Graduation Ceremony, we have a new theme for our invitation card that is reflected in the platform we build for the event, where we try to send our students off into the world with a bit of educational splendor. The talented architect who has been helping us for the past few years suggested the theme “Let them fly away…”. The expression might carry negative annotations to the cynical in mind, but it also carries the most positive ones to the great-hearted. A school does not chain and bind but rather it sets free minds manacled by chaos and irresponsibility. A school is a place where students are trained to fly away for the first time. It is the place where they are taught to use their imagination to carry them to new places. It is also the place where the student first learns to be an independent intellectual, capable of great and rich feats. All that is the work of schools that set minds and souls free from the bondage of ignorance. Ignorance is the plague of our society today. Our young people’s interests nowadays are so trivial and redundant, making it easy for evil to creep into their impressionable and often ignorant immature minds, twisting all the goodness inside them to form horrible monstrous people capable of doing heinous crimes against their society and also against humanity. As educators, we strongly believe in the power of education. Education that opens minds and hearts to the value of human life, and the importance of accepting our fellow human beings, thus enriching our lives and existence. Helen Keller believes that “The greatest result of education is tolerance”. Socrates said, “There is only one good, knowledge, and only one evil, ignorance”. Let’s work towards the annihilation of evil and ignorance, and setting our students free, through the spreading of education and knowledge.
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