CAIRO AMERICAN COLLEGE Is an independent coeducational day school, which offers an educational program from prekindergarten through grade 12 for students of all nationalities. The school year runs from end of August to mid-June.
CAC offers one of the finest athletic programs among the international schools of the East Mediterranean and Europe, and has a long and outstanding history of competitive athletics. The CAC athletic program is highly respected for its many successes as well as the quality and character of its student-athletes.
We appreciate your interest in working at CAC. CAC is an outstanding international school with a 70 year history of excellence in providing a rich education, full activities and athletics program, and a amazing array of experiences in Egypt and abroad.
Teachers may further define acts, in writing, that constitute violations of the Honor Code in their classrooms. These acts will be explained to each class and will be effective thereafter for that class;
When a teacher believes there has been an Honor Code infraction, the teacher will inform the student of the infraction and the suggested consequence. At the time of the incident, the teacher will inform the Assistant Principal who will then follow up with the student.
The student is responsible for informing within twelve hours his/her parent(s) or guardian(s) of an alleged or actual violation of the Honor Code. The teacher will inform the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the incident after the twelvehour period.
Plagiarism, or using another’s work, published or unpublished, as one’s own. Plagiarism also includes failure to use quotation marks or other conventional markings around material quoted from any source;
Obtaining, distributing or referring to a copy of an examination which the teacher has not authorized to be made available for such purpose;
Any act that impedes the ability of other students to have fair access to materials assigned or suggested by the teacher. This includes unauthorized removal or destruction of library or other source materials;
Cheating, or referring to information not specifically permitted by the teacher, especially during exams or tests. This includes receiving information from a fellow student or other unauthorized source;
Unauthorized alteration of grades or any other records related to the academic performance of a student;
Assisting another student in committing the violations outlined above;
Other instances of academic dishonesty as identified by individual teachers.