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Strategic Plan

In 2014-15, CAC conducted a Strategic Planning exercise in conjunction with our Accreditation process. This resulted in 'CAC 2020,' a five-year plan for the advancement, improvement, and growth of CAC.

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AT A GLANCE

(CAC) is an independent coeducational day school, which offers an educational program from prekindergarten through grade 12 for students of all nationalities.  The School was founded in 1945.  The school year runs from mid-August to mid-June.

Organization:  10-member Board of Trustees, elected or appointed, governs the School.

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CAC CURRICULUM

At CAC, students are involved in traditional subject areas: Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, World Languages, Arts, and Physical Education.  The curriculum for PreK-12  emphasises inquiry-based learning and in Elementary and Middle Schools have standards-based grading and reporting. Students demonstrate their learning through tests, written assignments, oral presentations, projects, demonstrations, and discussions.

Students in grades 3-9 participate in MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) testing. The High School offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program in grades 11 and 12. High school students participate in the SAT and ACT assessments as part of their college application process.

Students attend school  Sunday through Thursday. Elementary school students follow a five day rotation and Middle and High School students follow an eight-day rotation of eight blocks, going to four blocks (85 minutes) per day. After school, students are involved in clubs, sports, or after school activities.

 

CAC Learning and Teaching Principles

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CURRICULUM

Cairo American College offers a college preparatory program based upon proven and timeless learning principles that strengthen learning: Rigorous Content, Social Interaction, Construction of Knowledge, Positive Environment, and Constant Feedback.

Cairo American College is accredited by the Council of International Schools and Middle States Association for School and Colleges. The curriculum at Cairo American College is American-based following American standards. The primary set of standards across the school is American Education Reaches Out (AERO) created and supported by the United States State Department.

Students are involved in traditional subject areas: Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, World Languages, Arts, and Physical Education. The instructional pedagogy is progressive following current American emphasis. Students are involved in inquiry-based learning and in Elementary and Middle Schools have standards-based grading and reporting. Students show their learning through tests, written assignments, oral presentations, projects, demonstrations, and discussions.

Students in grades 3-9 participate in MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) testing. The High School offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program in grades 11 and 12. High school students take the SAT and/or ACT assessments as part of their college application process.

Students attend school from 7:55 to 3:05 every Sunday through Thursday. Elementary school students follow a five day rotation; middle and High School students follow an eight-day rotation of eight blocks, going to four blocks (85 minutes) per day. After school, students are involved in clubs, sports, and other extra-curricular activities.

 

CAC Learning and Teaching Principles

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CONTACT US

CAIRO AMERICAN COLLEGE

1 Midan Digla, Maadi
Cairo, Egypt
11431
Tel:27555555

support@cacegypt.org

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