Cairo Covenant School
Is a K-12th grade international Christian school located in Cairo, Egypt. The locals affectionately call Cairo “Om ed-Dunya,” which in Arabic means “Mother of the World.” Home to one of the oldest civilizations on earth, Egypt shelters a growing number of Third Culture Kids (TCK), the children of a thriving expatriate community.Read more..
Cairo Covenant School exists to provide quality international Christian education that equips Third Culture students to impact their world for Christ.
We purpose to educate students academically, culturally, and spiritually with a Christian worldview through a biblically integrated educational program which challenges them to influence their world.
In the Cairo Covenant School’s educational program, administration and teachers partner with parents to instill Christ-centered core values that endeavor...Learn More
About the school program
Cairo Covenant School is accredited by AdvancED, North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI). CCS is also a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
CCS is governed by an educational philosophy, which holds that all truth derives from God and that the Bible is the only inspired, infallible and authoritative Word of God. With this as our foundation, CCS purposes to educate students academically, culturally, and spiritually with a Christian worldview through a biblically integrated educational program, which challenges them to influence their world. The school is equipped to fulfill this mission through its teachers and staff, curriculum and other resources, and partnership with families.
The course of study is based on the American system and the teaching medium is English. Since the school is located in Cairo, the curriculum is adapted to reflect the rich Egyptian historical and cultural heritage. The program, therefore, incorporates into the regular course of study the teaching of the Arabic language as well as Egyptian and Middle Eastern culture and history. The classroom teachers follow curriculum standards created specifically for CCS, which were developed from the state curriculum standards of South Carolina and Washington. The high school curriculum provides students with a challenging college preparatory program that enables students who qualify for graduation to receive an American Diploma.
Meet our staff
CCS staff members are committed Christians from countries across the globe whose priority is to provide quality international Christian education for Third Culture Kids living in Cairo, Egypt. The school is recruiting qualified elementary, middle school, and high school teachers with flexible, adaptable approaches to teaching.
As a member of our teaching staff, you can make an eternal difference in the lives of students at CCS while expanding your own spiritual and professional horizons.Staff Requirements & Opportunities
Cairo Covenant School welcomes Christian families from many cultural and denominational backgrounds. The rich cultural diversity among our students enhances the education we provide and stimulates them with a unique world perspective. The Christian principles held by CCS are unequivocal, and parents are required to sign a written agreement to the school’s doctrinal policy presented in the CCS Constitution.
Cairo Covenant School is accredited by AdvancED through North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI). CCS is also a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). The school provides a challenging curriculum adapted from the South Carolina and Washington State academic standards.
Since CCS does not offer the Egyptian National Curriculum, the school is unable to accept applications for admission from students with only Egyptian passports. CCS is also unable to accept applications for admission from any student who may need to study towards qualification or examinations that are part of the Egyptian education system.