VISION STATEMENT

SJAS aims to empower students to demonstrate the value of quality education, develop personal and academic skills to become life-long learners.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of St. John American International School as an educational services organization is to provide an education that enables students to be productive, responsible and self-disciplined. SJAS provides quality education that utilizes technology methods to train students how to respect and adapt with the environment in order to develop characters that have a positive view of the world in all its aspects.

SCHOOL LIFE

Principal's Message

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you and your children into St. John American School where warmth, care, and nurture are spread. At SJAS, we always look forward to a productive partnership between parents and school by focusing on hosting a positive comfortable learning environment guided by proficiencies rather than theoretical expectations.

At SJAS, our children and youth are taught how to embed the 21st Century skills in their surrounding atmosphere, experiment life, secure their observations with facts and draw objective conclusions. Our chosen path incorporates ways of thinking, working, use tools and skills for accomplishing quality.

SJAS has lived through the years with great content and gratification. A lot had passed and still a lot more is welcome. We all learn from every step, from every decision, from every incident, and above all, from every accomplishment. We embrace the challenges and celebrate success. Our Vision seeks to provide SJAS children with what they can make use of during their lifelong learning experiences. We aim to challenge and motivate our students so that they may gain the self-confidence, intellect and ability essential for their mental, emotional and spiritual maturity. Through this hopeful vision, we hope to transform our students into strong, compassionate, and respectable citizens, who will contribute faithfully to their society.

To further keep our commitment to our students and to ourselves, I invite you as parents to work with us, hand in hand, side by side, not only to watch our children grow and learn, but to watch our school grow and advance. Let us share true hope so that our children would grow up being proud of their parents, their school, and most importantly, themselves.

Maher (Khalil) Girgis

School Principal.

QUALITY POLICY

SJAS staff is selected amongst the best educators in Egypt, with native-like English language proficiency. Teachers are highly qualified and experienced, creative and untraditional. The school provides “on the job continuous teacher training” to limit irregularities and gain wider experience in handling situations in the classroom and during free time. SJAS seeks to present a comfortable learning environment to easily adapt to innovative teaching methods that strengthen professional networks and encourages collaborative learning.

SCHOOL GOALS

  • Implement school policies to their fullest.
  • Maintain positive effective communication skills between stakeholders.
  • Increase self-esteem, self-confidence, self-motivation, self respect of learners.
  • Lay strong foundation on educational systems by fostering knowledge and skills.
  • Strengthen the capacity and motivation of youngsters to continue learning beyond school.
  • Help students acquire the capability to set their own goals and foster ways to achieving those goals.

SCHOOL OBJECTIVES

  • To create a friendly, warm and collaborative learning atmosphere that develops the student’s fluency in the English language at an early age (starting from listening and speaking on to reading and writing).
  • To stay current with recent advances in instructional methodologies.
  • To create an educational environment conducted by self- motivation and creativity.
  • To train students on subjective evaluations.
  • To interact with the community through school programs and activities.
  • To maintain strong ethics for reinforcing respectful attitudes and behavior toward authority and all people.
  • To encourage research (either prior to lesson introduction or at lesson end) that helps students develop the NEED TO LEARN MORE about the topic. Modern education is not based on memorizing, but understanding and evaluating.

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