Manchester International School
About Manchester International School
Manchester International School is a mixed, non-selective, independent, international all-through school in Egypt, serving students from the age of 4-16. The all-through school is situated in Cairo.
Manchester International School opened in 2014. The all-through school follows the UK National Curriculum along with the Cambridge Curriculum. On completing their studies at the end of Year 11, students receive an International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). Modern facilities at the school include high-speed Wi-Fi, an artificial zoo, computer suites, music rooms, and a 600-seat theatre. Sports facilities include a Olympic-sized heated indoor swimming pool, an athletics track and football pitches.
Adel El Sheikh
Values and vision
Manchester International School’s vision is to provide students with the skills, experience and knowledge for them to achieve their personal best in a multi-cultural multi-faith learning community. Teachers work to get to know pupils as individuals and understand their own learning styles, nurturing them accordingly. Students are welcomed from across the world and the school ensures that all learners are given the same equal opportunities regardless of their religion or beliefs, committed to giving them a bright future and supporting them in achieving their goals. It is fundamental to the school’s success that parents, teachers and the community are actively involved in the students learning so that they benefit from having a strong support system. Students at the school are encouraged to take part in extra-curricular clubs and activities to expand their skillset, gain new experiences and fulfil personal goals. These include choir practice, drama lessons, sports clubs and art class, along with school trips around the country and abroad.