In line with the Ministry of Education strategy, we are committed to a special focus on curriculum and instructional technology. The strategic plan calls for the enhancement of the quality of curriculum by integrating technology and comprehensive assessment at all levels to achieve a relevant and flexible curriculum, alongside the national standards that supports active learning and enhances critical thinking.

Curriculum Overview

Our curriculum is the Egyptian National Curriculum, and we follow the framework that has been put by the Ministry of Education in both English and French (Hyperlink to French page) Schools. 
This curriculum is multidisciplinary and emphasises the unity of all subjects avoiding repetition. At MILS we teach our students Math, Science, History, Geography, Art and Music, Arabic and Social Studies amongst other subjects as well. Being a language school, we put a huge emphasis on the English language (and French) to successfully accomplish our learning objectives. 

Our Added  Value  Approach

International Benchmark Exams 
MILS English school offers two options for the second foreign language, French and German, with an optional international benchmark exams in 2nd language for qualified students, which provides students and their parents with a reliable tool tracking student language attainment and performance against the international standards of their respective language. Besides, helping teachers improve personalized learning plans. 

2nd Language- German: 
MILS students studying German may choose to sit for the ‘Fit1’ Exam once they are ready, while ‘Fit2’ Exam qualifies students to travel for a further advanced Language course in Germany. 

2nd Language- French: 
MILS students studying choosing French, will get the chance to be qualified for the ‘Delf’ Exam starting from G6 

Student Support  

With close follow up on students attainment and progress, we aim at creating customized plans for our students ensure that every student is enabled to perform at his/her best levels. 
Talented and Gifted Students TAG 
At-Risk Students