About us

Why Pre-IGCSE?

The Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Lower Secondary Checkpoint Programme develops Mathematics, English and Science skills and knowledge.
It can help your child by:

  • allowing teachers to assess their learning as they progress
  • developing their global outlook and equipping them for success in the modern world
  • preparing them for IGCSEs/International GCSEs.

Children sit Checkpoint tests at the end of Grade 8 and Pre-IGCSE at 14–15 years. The tests are marked by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) and provide an external international benchmark for your child’s performance.

Our Philosophy

Education is a growth process that includes the mental, moral, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of the individual. At MLS each individual is seen as a unique individual who possesses certain potential, needs, aspirations and interests.We recognize that all students are different.
Our purpose is to provide them with opportunities for personal discovery and growth as well as providing them with varied experiences that will enable them to achieve their utmost potential in order to become successful, productive members of society.

Our Mission

Misr Language Schools is dedicated to provide all students with an equal opportunity to pursue their education, while gaining a better understanding of responsibility, community and privilege and to nurture all aspects of academic integrity, civility, self-respect and self-realization. We foster the journey towards self-exploration, the sense of pride in one’s identity and heritage, thus instilling a deep sense of commitment to our country, its history, its culture and tradition.
In addition, we firmly believe that parents, teachers, students and administrators constitute a partnership that works together towards the empowerment of students in achieving the school objectives.

Our Vision

Provide a first rate education for Egypt’s future leaders ensuring their citizenship and success in a global society while constantly striving for peace and posterity.


  • Preparing students for the 21st century by providing opportunities for learning through modern technology.
  • Developing strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Providing academic support in all areas including time management.
  • Instilling the concept that education is a life-long process and that the skills of creative and critical thinking and problem solving are crucial to success.
  • Providing an exposure to art, music and drama as well as an opportunity to participate in various sports and activities.
  • Instilling a sense of integrity, responsibility, self-respect and respect for others, thus empowering the students to achieve their goals.
  • Providing an ongoing training for all staff members to ensure teaching quality and administrative efficiency.
  • Encouraging ‘community service’ to instill a better understanding of privilege and a stronger awareness of the issues facing our world today.

Cambridge University honors Misr Language Schools

Within the framework of the educational movement and the commendable efforts made in this regard and in reference to the mutual efforts to improve the educational process in Egypt on both levels’ schools and universities.

Dr. Michael Sullivan, CEO of Cambridge International University, chose Misr Language Schools to visit, in order to develop and advance the educational process and to acknowledge the respectable reputation it has achieved at all local, regional and international levels.

That purpose of the visit was to honor the British School for the outstanding success that has taken place since the beginning of the establishment as the MLS British staff worked continuously to increase the number of students offering ongoing quality education
The British education through MLS had multiple successive accomplishments in addition to attaining leading academic awards on an annual basis.
Cambridge appraised proudly the academic levels of the students highlighting the superiority of the MLS British student
Dr. Michal Sullivan was received by Dr. Ismail Othman, Chairman of the Board alongside and the school principals, Mrs. Najwa Jumaa and Mrs. Shahinaz Shehata, and from the Ministry of Education, Counselor Ahmed El-Sisi, Adviser to the Minister of Education, Dr. Mohamed Abdel Hadi, undersecretary of the Ministry of Education in Giza and Dr. Adel Osman, director of the Al Haram administration.
Dr.Sullivan stated that Egypt has become on top of the education launch map acknowledging the advanced, clear and appreciated steps taken by the school.
He said “ Excellent results through a successful educational journey , an impressive model to be followed on all levels , MLS holds a great deal within our university.