Educational Standards Adopted atThebes

American International Section

  • Common Cord State Standards
  • Extended through Virginia
  • Modified to suit the national standards
  • Modified to suit the school mission and vision

A- The School’s General Academic, Civic, and Social Learning Expectations.

Students are expected to master academic Knowledge in the core subjects, elective subjects, co-curricular activities and para-curricular courses in such a way that enables them to be efficient graduates competent with the ever changing world culture and challenges of the future through a unique quality educational practice, enhancement of learner’s personal skills, creativity and innovation.

A student at Thebes is expected to graduate mastering English, Math, Science, social studies, and electives to be able to join a college study he/she plans for and be an efficient learner there. If not, Thebes ElMaadi is expected to an effective citizen able to care about himself and have a productive role towards his country.

Elective studies, Activity, co-curricular and para curricular courses enhance character enhancement, charity participation, self-learning and many social and civic skills for the student.

Talented students at Thebes find great care and career orientation help students choose their future careers and prepare for them.

Learning activities at Thebes:

Goals and strategies of activities at Thebes

Course Description at Thebes

The school year in Thebes constricts of 4 quarters of average 9 weeks each.

The staff return back to school on the first of August. A professional development program starts with training courses and course management and preparation starts. The school academic year usually starts on the first of September. The school calendar contains a week midyear holiday, a winter break and a spring holiday each of about a week. Besides the staff and learners enjoy the national feasts and holidays. By the mid of June, the school year ends with a net of more than 180-190 working days.

The school day constricts of 10 classes, 40 minutes each, and a break. We have 2 different breaks at two different times for the different stages, middle and high school.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Students are expected to master academic Knowledge in the core subjects, elective subjects, co-curricular activities and para-curricular courses in such way that enables them to be efficient graduates competent with the ever changing world culture and challenges of the future through a unique quality educational practice, enhancement of learner’s personal skills, creativity and innovation.

  • Elections
  • Character enhancement
  • Career counselling
  • Drama and Poetry
  • Music
  • Journalism
  • Direct Speech

Para-Curricular Programs: (after school and on Saturdays)

  • TOEFL
  • Gouta
  • DELF
  • ILETS
  • UCMAS
  • First Aid and CPR courses
  • Hospital Training
  • Factory Training
  • Accountancy Office Training
  • Mass Media and T.V. Studio Training
  • Layer office training
  • Police-station training
  • Self-defense and Taychondo
  • Football team

`Chess league

Some Themes at Thebes

  1. Students Government
  2. I am Egyptian
  3. My future Career
  4. Conservation and Recycling
  5. Science fair
  6. Einstein at Thebes
  7. Arab Nations Debates
  8. United Nations Debates
  9. Democracy, I criticize my school
  10. Democracy, I criticize my country
  11. Generations debates