Nermien Ismail Schools (NIS) is opening its seventh school in Egypt, with the latest to open its gates in the O’West residence, located West of Cairo.
In a statement released by NIS, it said: “We are pleased to be able to extend our school system into the O’West district.”
The renowned educational organization which is cited as Egypt’s largest international school hosts 11,000 students, 7,000 graduates, and over 1500 qualified teachers.
It also gives the parents the choice between a British or an American curriculum for their children.
Founded in 1999, NIS is one of the leading private school systems in Egypt providing high-quality, affordable education to lower-middle and middle-income students.
The school aims to have large modern classrooms equipped with a wide range of technology to enhance teaching as well as enable students to achieve academic success at many levels, especially in the fields of math, science, and social responsibility.
Currently, NIS Group of Schools has six schools located in New Cairo, New Capital City, Sherouk City, Nasr City, and Port Said.
It is also worth noting that of the two campuses located in the New Capital City, is a girls-only school, while the other is co-educational.
NIS educational model has four pillars:
- Blended Learning: NIS is considered a pioneer in BLB (Blended Learning Board) in Egypt and the Middle East.
- Ed Tech: Education technology allowing students access and training to exclusive educational opportunities.
- Global Citizenship: Cultivating awareness of global issues and causes, while offering students unique international networking opportunities.
- Patriotism: Multiple activities and approaches to instill Egypt’s culture, language, and values into the hearts of minds of students.
For more information on NIS, visit nis-egypt.com/enis