Sports Day

We are born into a world of synthetic materials and inhale the air saturated with emissions. Because the ice now melts, and the world sees floods and earthquakes try to shake our apathy away, we need to care for our health from the inside out. As people, we are born with varying...

ART DAY OUT!

ART DAY OUT happened at the end of November. Each class throughout the school had a different artist or a style of art to inspire some fabulous creations! Our students painted pictures in the style of famous artists’ recent tree paintings. The children worked in groups to create...

We BELONG…

For the love of our Egypt and all she ever was and all she will be. For the love of our people, our children, and the army that stands as our backs to all storms… We didn’t sing a song for them.. we sang their song. At a surprise performance on a cold autumn morning,...

Gregorian!

The stage has been set and the curtains have been lifted! Last Thursday, the HS Social Science Department, under the direction of Mr. Sherif Magdy have presented it’s performance of the original script: Gregorian. This tenet of prayer originated from the ideology of Pope...

A new EAGLE rules the skies of the US OPEN!

NIS’s very own Islam Koreitam, G6-American, won second place in last week’s US OPEN: Junior Squash Championship under 13, held in Connecticut – USA. Congratulations from all of us in the NIS community! Go EAGLES!

Children’s Day

Children’s day is recognized on various days in many places around the world. It celebrates children globally. Children’s Day was begun on the second Sunday of June in 1856 by the Reverend Dr. Charles Leonard, pastor of the Universalist Church of the Redeemer in...

Pride of the Nile

Every year our Grade 9 students take a Nile Cruise to learn more about their country’s impressive past – and present. It is an educational trip where they are introduced to Egypt’s ancient treasures and modern marvels, from Karnak Temple to Aswan Dam. It is also a chance...

Pharaonic Village trip

Egypt has a rich history that left behind a large number of stories to be told and places to be visited. “The Pharaonic Village” is the right place to visit if one wants to know as many stories as possible and if one wants to visit as many places as a limited amount of time would...

Mid-term revision

The first term passed so quickly that before we knew it, it is almost time for the mid-term exams. Exam time gives us all a chance to evaluate how we have done up till now in achieving our target of setting the students on the right track for a bright future. Our teachers made...

Family Park Trip

Family Park – New Cairo is a great place for spending an enjoyable, sunny day. It is beautifully landscaped and has plenty of fun activities for our students. Our students recently spent a great quality time with their teachers trying out everything at Family Park’s...