There are a number of competitive advantages to a Canadian education, such as that which students can
expect to receive at Heritage:
In our elementary school, you can expect an education that:
Heritage teaches literacy based on proven best practices and the science
of reading through our curriculum and highly effective online supplemental materials with the
goal of producing a highly skilled student body of lifelong learners.
Canadian curriculum is a scaffolded system, well known for building a
solid foundation in numeracy skills at the elementary level. On top of a highly effective
curriculum, Heritage utilizes a well proven practice tool which allows teachers to assign and
follow students practicing specific skills online.
Provides a holistic, hands-on approach to learning with active
participation through experiments, projects, and STEM tasks (science, technology and
mathematics) starting at the earliest ages to spark curiosity and the love of learning.
Of social awareness, responsibility and values within the classroom and
our community with activities such as our “Monthly Character Trait” program where students
are taught and recognized for showing character traits including: integrity, honesty, fairness,
Of multiculturalism, acceptance, equality, respect and social
awareness, which Canada is known for internationally. This is done through curriculum and
extra activities, led by our experienced foreign staff.
highly experienced, qualified Western teachers for all Canadian core courses, starting
from JK, through to grade 12, providing a distinct advantage in the classroom.
Of its student body in areas such as respect for self
and others, discipline in the classroom and in the community.
in Canada’s citizens and their cultural traditions, including that of our
host country, Egypt, which historically played a major role in the development of Western
Civilization through its ancient times.
Fosters a diverse, multifaceted worldview.
Motivates modern solutions to emerging and 21st century problems
Develops the values of global citizenship, equality, human rights and diversity.
Provides standards and outcomes-based assessments which are rigorous enough to cause
the standard university entry exam (such as an SAT) to be waived for our graduates
Employs Western educators who hold a degree in their subject area as well as in education,
working to Canadian standards of instruction and assessment.
Sustains an ethos of community, inclusion and achievement.
Continues the elementary trajectory of focusing on achievement in literacy and numeracy.