Ecole Oasis Internationale
Zahraa El Maadi, Quarter no 3 and no 7 Part A & B, Cairo, Egypt
+20 2 2516 2608
|Principal||Mrs. Esmat Lamei|
|Language of Instruction||French|
|Co-ed Age Range||3-18|
|Number of pupils||1,305|
|Average Class Size||25|
|Authorised IB Programmes||IBDP, IBMYP, IBPYP, IBCP|
|CP Coordinator||Fatma Hussein|
|Diploma Coordinator||Fatma Hussein|
|MYP Coordinator||Mr. Omar El Sarky|
|PYP Coordinator||Mrs. Imane Radwan|
Being the first private trilingual school in Egypt and the first one allowed to offer the four programs of the International Baccalaureate in French, Oasis International School makes it a point to always put forward a quality education enabling students to thrive whilst developing their natural curiosity and open-mindedness.
Throughout our twenty nine years of educational service, we have achieved a high success rate having witnessed the graduation of thirteen generations of classes and made their way to universities. A great number of our students have travelled abroad to study in the most prestigious universities in countries like The United States of America, The United Kingdom, Canada and many others.
Oasis closely blends teaching pedagogy with technology. Thereby, the school implements advanced aspects of technology, such as the IPad One to One program in order to facilitate meaningful constructivist learning. Our job as educators is to be innovative with our teaching methods to make learning an enjoyable experience. The project has indeed supported student engagement and motivation through creative activities on campus, community service projects, and through Adventure Learning. In this context, students have the opportunity to participate in national as well as in international trips in which they learn to put into practice their theoretical knowledge. Under the headline and values of community service projects, patronage of a public school which the entire school community participates in.
Our school mission has also improved teacher productivity while facilitating communication between both parties, thanks to the application of differential instruction and positive discipline.
Last but not least, the school attributes its success mostly to the yearly extracurricular and academic activities that are being offered. A high percentage of its students participate every year in activities such as the Model United Nations, The Francophonie Forum and the Model Arab League in Egypt and abroad. All of these activities has helped students to become better communicators developing their presentation and their negotiation skills. Emphasis is on both international mindedness and self-esteem. The future is looking good now that even some of our alumni have decided to join our staff after finishing their university studies.