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  • Guidance Updates November In October we focused on our character attribute of COOPERATION. We demonstrated this by working together towards shared goal and purposes. Many students earned in-class recognition for their efforts and 7 students were recognized at our morning assembly. For the month of November, we will be focusing on COURAGE. When a student is “caught” showing ...
  • Edu-Fair Canada at Heritage! Dear Grades 10, 11 and 12 Parents, It’s time for the annual ‘EDU-CANADA’ 2019 Fair! You are cordially invited to attend the ‘EDU-CANADA’ Fair 2019, organized by the Canadian Embassy in Egypt.  On Tuesday, November 5th, 2019 Heritage will be hosting the ‘EDU-CANADA’ Fair. This Fair is designed to build awareness and highlight the benefits of the ...
  • Girl Talk has resumed! Grade 5 and 6 girls meet every Monday with Ms. Leah and Ms. Tori at the picnic tables under the umbrellas. We have been reading the novel “Saints and Misfits” by S.K. Ali about a girl trying her best to navigate a whole series of relatable girl problems — fitting into the new families created ...
  • Upcoming University Fairs   Global Study UK would like to invite students and parents to the Education Fair featuring around 50 UK Universities. The Fair will take place on: Wednesday, 16th October 15:00 – 18:00 at Helnan Landmark HotelThursday, 17th October 16:00 – 19:00 at Sheraton Cairo HotelFriday 18th October 14:00 – 19:00 at Sheraton Cairo Hotel This is a great ...
  • A Message to Parents from the Guidance Department Drugs and alcohol are not safe for the developing adolescent brain. They manipulate the way a teen thinks, focuses, learns, remembers and concentrates, inside and outside of school. Drugs are illegal in this country and alcohol is illegal for those under 21 years old. Using drugs and/or alcohol, is damaging to still-developing brains and bodies, and ...