British International College of Cairo
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New Cairo - 5th settlement
Fifth Settlement, 5th district, 1st Area, New Cairo
From : 8:00 AM - To : 2:00 PM
weekly days off:
- System Type : British
- Pre School
- Special Needs
brief about organization
British International College of Cairo (BICC) aims to deliver outstanding international education whilst ensuring maintaining Egyptian values. We aim to equip our students with a passion for learning and to make them strive for change on a local and global level.
In addition to our strong academic program, our emphasis on sports and athleticism is shown through our expansive, modern facilities and sports sponsorships offered to all students who show great athletic potential and drive. Creative expression is also a crucial part of every student’s life at BICC, where art, drama and music will play a big role in shaping our community and helping it to grow. In addition to all this, our students will participate in Community Service Projects to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate.
activities and facilities
The campus is designed to accommodate 717 students from KG – Year 12 IGCSE. Built on an international standard of area per student. The School boasts fabulous modern facilities with 42 Classrooms, 8 specialised labs and 8 activity classes. We are very proud of our lab facilities which offer the very best in modern design and equipment to facilitate and encourage our students to choose STEM subjects for Level 2 and Level 3.
Our new site also incorporates a state-of-the-art science lab and high-tech computer studio lab which combines the latest in media and computer technology to encourage students to study digital media and software design to 2nd and 3rd level. In addition to this, we have language labs which are fully fitted with the latest technology in language learning to assist students learning at their own pace with encouragement.
All classrooms are equipped with top of the range Smart Boards and projectors.
BICC has obtained the licence from the local authorities in Egypt to limit the maximum number of students per class to only 17 students as an absolute maximum.