Welcome to
Heritage International School
6th of October City, Cairo, Egypt

At Heritage International School, we will be dedicated to providing a quality Canadian education program and services in order to help our students attain their full potential academically, socially and physically, as well as provide them with the knowledge and skills required for them to be valued and contributing members of our society.
The school’s mission is to develop a child-centered system of education that allows students to become independent thinkers in their own right.

Heritage International School will ensure your children’s superiority not only in education, but also in building their independent and creative characters.

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Heritage News

Movember is here!

Heritage is dedicating the month of November to create awareness of Men’s health especially Prostate cancer, Testicular cancer, Poor mental health, and Physical inactivity.

To collaborate with our Terry Fox initiative and continue our proud tradition of raising money for cancer research, our school will be raising funds through out November for the popular charity effort Movember.

Our goal this year will be to raise 20,000 LE for donation to the local cancer hospital.

To achieve these goals, students from Grade 7 – 12 can:

  1. Donate money to Ms. Mona El Sanhoury (Activities Co-ordinator).
    1. 50 LE – they will receive a Movember pin (black or pink).
    2. 20 LE – they will receive a Movember sticker (black or pink)
  2. Of course, students can also donate any larger or smaller amount as they wish.
  1. For students in elementary school, we will be selling the following items at lunch for Grades 1-6.
    1. Movember pins- black and pink- 50 L.E.
    2. Movember stickers-  black and pink- 20 L.E.
    3. Stick-on moustaches- black- 10 L.E.
    4. Movember bracelets-  35 L.E.

If you choose to allow your son or daughter to contribute to this effort, you can send them with any amount of money you would like and they can obtain these items during their lunch break and recess. If you would just like to donate in general, please send your donation in a sealed and labelled envelope with your son or daughter, the class teacher will then ensure it reaches Ms. Mona El Sanhoury.

We will also have our annual hair shaving ceremony, and this year it will be over 2 days.

We have two students who have agreed to volunteer for this, as well as our P.E. teacher Mr. Matthew.

The head shaving will take place on Dec. 2 and 3 at the school

** Kindly note this is a student-only event.

If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to ask Ms. Mona.

Upcoming Event

Terry Fox Run 2020

We thank you all for your support during this academic year.  The Terry Fox Committee is kicking off our first event of the year with our Annual Terry Fox Run. This year the run is scheduled over many days due to taking (Covid-19) precautions. The schedule for the run times is attached, however this year we are only running with the students at the school. We hope to be able to invite parents to participate with us again next year.

 Terry Fox was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He was an active teenager who was involved in many sports. Terry was only 18 years old when he was diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma (bone cancer) and forced to have his right leg amputated 15 centimetres (six inches) above the knee in 1977.While in hospital, Terry was so overcome by the suffering of other cancer patients, many of them young children, that he decided to run across Canada to raise money for cancer research. Terry passed away on June 28th, 1981 at the age 22. He would call his journey the Marathon of Hope.”

For the Terry Fox Run this year, the students will be taken outside to do laps around the track, they can choose to run or walk. There will be 2 goals for this event. We are asking that the students bring in donations. All donations will be given to the Children’s Cancer Hospital in Egypt (57357).  We hope to raise over 20,000 L.E. once again, let’s achieve this goal together.

  • Goal #1: We will be calculating which house completed the most laps as a group.
  • Goal #2: Teachers will calculate which house raised the most money as a group.

Kindly insert your donations in a sealed envelope with your child’s name, class and house on it and send them to your child’s homeroom teacher. (Donations will be collected until 15th of December 2020.)

Please insure that your child wears a hat and brings a bottle of water.

Parents will not be attending this year due to health regulations for the (Covid-19) pandemic.

 

GRADUATING CLASS OF 2020

Heritage Graduating Class 2020

This has been an unprecedented year full of uncertainty and new experiences and Heritage International School wants to congratulate all the students on their Graduation from High School.

Congratulations!

Graduating Class of 2020

Heritage International School's Head Principal Message to the Graduating Class of 2020

Heritage International's School's Teachers Message to Students

Orientation Days During Covid-19 Academic Year 2020/2021

Prospective Parents who are interested in visiting Heritage and know about the Canadian Education System, this can now be done every Wednesday through one of the following options:

– Online Orientations (Zoom Meetings)

– School Visits (appointments only)

To book your tour, call us now on: 010 68 58 38 73

Admissions Steps During Covid-19

Prospective parents who are interested in applying for their children for academic year 2020-2021, kindly contact us by email on info@heritageinternationalschool.com or call us on 01068583873 to know the application/assessment steps and procedures.

Heritage News

Alternative Assessment Submissions for Arabic Studies – ابحاث نهاية العام الدراسي للطلاب

For details about the Alternative Assessments, Please visit the Announcements page, or click here

Important Notification:

Dear Parents and Students,

In compliance with Mr. President El Sisi’s decree that all schools close for the next two weeks, Heritage International School will be closed from Sunday, March 15th until April 9th. Please note that at this time there are no cases of COVID-19 at the school.

During the closure we will be operating school online and all students are expected to complete their studies accordingly. The lessons for JK – 12 will be found on Engage.

Students can access their lessons through the student portal under the “Weekly Timetable” section. The students will find an icon that looks like a piece of paper on the bottom left hand corner of the timetable. Click on this icon and the lesson information will appear. Students must then click on the “+” icon titled lesson information to find the detailed plans and attachments if there are any.

On the parent’s portal, parents should click on “view details” of the student and then click on the timetable section. Here the parents will see the paper icon on the bottom left hand corner of the timetable and can click on the icon for lesson information. Then click on the “+” icon of lesson information to find the detailed plans and attachments if there are any.

Please note that JK – 5 plans may be bundled for the day meaning the document will detail the activities for “English, Math, Science and Social Studies” and therefore one icon may only be visible for the core subjects. In Grades 6 – 12 multiple icons will be visible for each teacher/subject. Teachers will be available for questions through Engage from 8:30am to 3:00pm, Sunday through Thursday to answer questions about lessons and to receive student work.

If you have locked your Engage account or have forgotten your user name, you may email your name, grade and section to one of the following emails and it will be unlocked during school hours (it is recommended that all students and parents record their user name and password in a safe location):

In addition to the 2 week school closure please note that we are cancelling Triad Conferences for Elementary and Secondary parents and students, we encourage parents to contact the teachers through Engage for a detailed report. We will also be in contact with the Grade 12 students and Parents regarding Grad Picture Day.

We will continue to keep parents informed and updated if there are any further developments.

Sincerely,

Heritage International School

www.heritageinternationalschool.com

Tel: (02) 3 8253688/9 – 3 8253692/3/6/7

Mob: 01068583873

Manitoba, Canada

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Admission is now open

Heritage International School is now accepting application for students applying to Academic Year 2020. Kindly contact us on info@heritageinternationalschool.com for more information or call us on 01068583873

Heritage Happy News

Heritage Happy News!

Lets all support our students’ Third edition of Heritage Newspaper “Heritage Happy News”. It was first established by the grade eights (now grade nines) last year and since then, it was a great success! And hence…. the newspaper is continuing 🙂  This time it’s a smaller team of talented students and Mr. Sheldon. This edition has been done by students who have given up many lunch hours and time on the weekend to create this. Here are their names: Grade 10: Yassen B. – Grade 9: Maya Hafez, Rudaina, Rahama, Hana – Grade 8: Farida, and Haya. Happy reading everyone!

You can view Heritage newspaper on the following link: http://heritageinternationalschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Untitled.pdf

Happy News

Uniform Policy

Dear Parents and Students,

We would like to remind everyone of the school’s uniform policy. It can be found on page 27 of the Parent Handbook which is available to download from the school’s website. We ask that all parents help us to ensure their son(s)/daughter(s) is dressed according to the school’s policy. Please note that students will not be allowed to start their school day without the proper school uniform and that no commercial logos will be accepted.

The policy is as follows:

Class Uniform

The Class Uniform consists of three parts: the top, the bottom, and shoes.

Acceptable top options are:

  • Option 1 – a white polo t-shirt with the school logo on it
  • Option 2 – a red polo with short or long sleeves with the school logo on it
  • Option 3 – one of the school’s polo shirts with a red sweater with the school logo on it
  • Option 4 – one of the school’s polo shirts with a blue sweater with the school logo on it
  • Option 5 – one of the school’s polo shirts with a red hooded sweatshirt with the school logo on it

The hooded sweatshirt is available with and without a zipper.

Students registered in grades 11 and 12 will also be allowed to wear the appropriate junior grade 11 or senior 12 polo shirt which can be acquired at the school’s uniform room.

Acceptable bottom options are:

  • Option 1 – long navy blue dress pants
  • Option 2 – navy blue dress shorts that reach the knees
  • Option 3 – school purchased sweatpants with school logo

Acceptable shoe options are:

  • Option 1 – runners (runners cannot contain wheels of any form of spikes)
  • Option 2 – black dress shoes

Please Note: Students are expected to be clean shaven at school.

Important Note to Parents:

Please note that parents should contact Mr. Rafaat Badran – Heritage Bus Coordinator (Mob. 01222736445) in case of any changes required in the student’s bus route.

Kindly be informed that for the safety of our students, all calls to school’s bus coordinator to change the means of transportation from bus to car MUST be made BEFORE 1:00 pm.

برجاء الاحاطة بانه  يجب علي اولياء الامور الاتصال بالاستاذ رافت بدران – مدير الحملة -(01222736445)  في حالة تغير وسيلة الذهاب او العودة الخاصة بالطالب و علي ان يكون الاتصال قبل الساعة الواحدة ظهرا. ملحوظة هامة: لن يؤخذ في الاعتبار اي اتصال ليس عن طريق مدير الحملة

Heritage Graduates

Graduating From Heritage


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No SAT1/SAT2 Required From Canadian Graduates In Egypt

Heritage is glad to announce that students who are graduating from Canadian schools in Egypt, and have not written the SAT1 & SAT2 exams can now apply to private universities in Egypt. No SAT1/SAT2 Required From Canadian Graduates In Egypt.


As all parents know, the Canadian High School Diploma is highly recognized worldwide as one of the top respected Diplomas. As such, we need not have students striving for the International Baccalaureate (IB) since not having to write SAT’s shows the quality of our Canadian Manitoba High School Diploma. The SAT1 & SAT2 should have never been forced/implemented on Canadian graduates from the beginning. However, due to some political/influential circumstances, it was forced on our students. With the new educated government officials at the Ministry of Higher Education, the SAT1 & SAT2 have been waivered from the Canadian graduates. Which means that Heritage students are not requested to write the SAT1 & SAT2 exams.

Facilities

The school campus is designed and built according to the highest international standards with a land area of 20.000 square meters. It comprises of 4 classes at each grade level, adding up to approximately 56 classrooms. The classroom is designed to receive 25 students, according to international standards.

Heritage International School is going under continuous development. The main building that comprises the Kindergarten to grade 9 classes is considered to be phase 1 of construction.

Phase 2 is being built at the moment and will comprise  the school’s indoor theater and extra classrooms expected to be used soon.

Phase 3 will comprise the swimming pool.

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School Facilities | Photo Gallery

Our staff will take you on a tour to see the school’s

facilities and provide you with all the details you need.

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Scheduled days: Every Monday and Wednesday starting

December, parents are welcomed to tour our school

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