Most of our students come from a background of not speaking English as a first language in the home.  The African Community understands that English is a key to the educational success of their students in an increasingly Global Society.  We therefore run all classes in English with the exception of scheduled Arabic classes throughout the week. We are currently in transition from utilizing the American curriculum to the British/Sudanese curriculum with additions to include African History and Geography. This enables us to be more relevant to our school population.  We also run a “Personal Development” course which looks at each individual holistically and teaches emotional, mental, sexual, physical, and spiritual health.


A place of learning for African refugees in Cairo, EGYPT

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