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The 12 Most Expensive Prep Schools In Egypt

The 12 Most Expensive Prep Schools In Egypt

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Egypt has an international population and its school system must cater to a variety of backgrounds, student needs, and parent demands. Some preparatory schools in Egypt cost more in tuition than some universities or colleges. Here are 12 of the most expensive prep schools in Egypt.

Sources: Amcham-egypt.org, Cairoscene.com, Expat-quotes.com

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Lyceebalzac.com

Lycée International Balzac à Le Caire

Lycée International Balzac à Le Caire is a French-language school in Cairo. Students of Egyptian nationality much follow the French Ministry of National Education curriculum, says Expat-quotes.com. Tuition ranges from around $3,700 to around $5,500 per year.

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Ngegypt.net

New Generation International School

The New Generation International School in Cairo can cost over $5,000 a year in tuition. Amcham-Egypt.org says the campus has a mosque and tennis courts and around 18 students per class.

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Youtube.com

Canadian International School

The Canadian International School costs nearly $7,000 per year. This is a relatively new school, according to Cairoscene.com, and the first independent Canadian school in Egypt.

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Alsson.com

El Alsson School

El Alsson in Cairo can cost around $4,400 to $8,000 a year in tuition. The school is broken into a British and American section, and goes up to 12th grade, according to Expat-quotes.com.

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Dreamcity-erbil.com

The International School of Choueifat

Tuition for the International School of Choueifat runs between $4,350 and $8,235. The campus boasts a lot of extracurricular activities like ballet, painting and table tennis, according to Amcham-egypt.org.

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Mescairo.com

Modern English School

The Modern English School in Cairo teaches grades one through 12, with an entrance examination required for students over a certain age. The tuition is nearly $10,000 per year according to Amcham-Egypt.org.

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Aisegypt.com

American International School in Egypt

Tuition at the American International School in Egypt can cost between $5,900 and $10,300, depending on the age of the student. Amcham-egypt.org says the average number of students per class is 14.

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Schutzconnect.com

Schutz American School

Tuitions at this school in Alexandria ranges from $5,500 to $12,900 per year. This is the oldest American school in Africa and is accredited by the Near East/South Asia Council of Overseas Schools (NESA) along with other top accreditation associations, says Expat-quotes.com.

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Ncbis.net

New Cairo British International School

The New Cairo British International School costs over $13,000 per year in tuition. Students graduate with an International Baccalaureate degree, according to Cairoscene.com.

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Isc.edu.org

British International School in Cairo

The British International School in Cairo costs $14,000 a year. Cairoscene.com says the school focuses on “instilling British manners in the students.”

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Trustious.com

Maadi British International School

Tuition for the Maadi British International School in Cairo ranges from around $6,000 a  to $15,000 per year. The school is a member of the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools (IAPS), an association for heads of the leading 600 independent prep schools in the U.K. and worldwide, says Expat-quotes.com.

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Cacegypt.org

Cairo American College

Cairo American College has a complicated tuition process. The school has a baseline tuition of nearly $23,000 with $10,700 added for new students, says Cairoscene.com.

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