A. The core subject curriculum based on American National Standards is taught in English using American texts in Mathematics, English Language Arts and Reading, and Modern Sciences. Student-centered learning is used and students are encouraged to experiment and think for themselves. B. The Religion and ‘Quran’ studies program in which students will achieve a minimum of 12 parts of Quran by graduation and maximally to have memorized the entirety of the Quran. In addition to religion classes, religious practices will be incorporated throughout the school day.
C. An Arabic Language curriculum will be taught in classic standard language which supplements the Egyptian Ministry of Education Curriculum. It will be taught in a unique classroom to enhance the importance of the Arabic language in the school and in the life of the students.
D. The Social Studies curriculum helps elementary, middle and high school students explore people from different backgrounds and different cultures while emphasizing the Islamic heritage and culture of the Middle East. Students will also take lessons that help them build their citizenship skills, map and skills, chart and graph skills, and critical thinking skills.
E. The School prepares the students for the IB program in Grade 11 and 12. The student in BIS is awarded a high school diploma after completing the academic requirements at the end of Grade 12.