National School

Preparatory & Secondary

Welcome Message


Knowledge is the path to developing a solid foundation. The main goal of any school is to educate children and young adults and its success is determined by how well that education is provided. MLS Prep and Secondary Divisions do not only consider strong academic programmes, but also social, artistic, and physical domains. Our main concern is developing leadership skills and fitness, as being the core of effective education. MLSians’ minds, souls and bodies are mainly influenced by what they learn and do. Our students are continuously challenged to make the most of their abilities and truly explore their talents. They grow up daily with our mission of teaching for life. Had it not been for our qualified and caring professional staff, our missions would not have been fulfilled. They work so hard to create and foster our family atmosphere. The role of our supportive parents cannot be denied; as they do believe and assist in achieving our targets. MLS family is dedicated to create well-balanced students academically, ethically and physically; well-balanced students through elevated educational standards.

Mrs Lobna Nour El-Din

Academic Programmes

ESL curriculum (English as a second language) is based on the belief that broad proficiency in English is essential to students’ success in both their social and academic lives and to their ability to take their place in society as responsible and productive citizens. The curriculum is designed to provide English language learners with the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals. Its aim is to help students become successful English language learners who can attain the following targets:

  • Use English to communicate effectively in a variety of social settings.
  • Use English to achieve an academic progress in all subject areas and in studying abroad.
  • Take charge of their own learning independently and in groups.
  • Select and use effective learning strategies (mind mapping, researching—–etc)
  • Make a successful transition to their chosen post secondary destination.
  • Function effectively in a society increasingly committed to the use of information technology.
  • Use critical-literacy and critical-thinking skills to interpret the world around them and participate fully in the social, economic, political and cultural life of their community and of the world around them.
  • Sit for all sorts of international language certificates exams and pass them successfully.

This culminating vision of successful English language teaching identifies the language skills and capabilities required for success in MLS education system. That is why the expectations outlined in our ESL curriculum are designed to enable students to develop the above important skills and potentialities.

Bearing all the above in mind, MLS language consultants and staff have built and designed a curriculum that is mainly a mixture of all standards to be met in American, British and National systems to prepare our students for any future plans and provide them with the tools to function in all systems they might find themselves in.

Behaviour Policy

General Misbehaviour
MLS follows a zero tolerance policy. General misbehaviour includes the use of foul or disrespectful language, incidents of fighting, bullying, intimidation, threats, any type of physical aggression, or smoking.
First Time Offense: Parents will be immediately notified. The student will receive a warning letter, and two days of out-of- school suspension will be administered. This letter is to be signed and kept in the student’s file.
Second Time Offense: Parents will be immediately notified. The student will receive a second warning letter, and one week of out-of-school suspension will be administered.
Third Time Offense: Expulsion
Late Arrivals & Tardiness
Students should arrive at school before 7:50 a.m. The first class bell rings at 7:45 a.m.
The school gates close at 8:00a.m. sharp. Any arrivals after that time are considered late.
Late arrivals (between 8:00a.m. and before 8:15a.m.) will result in the following actions.
First Time: A warning will be issued, and the student will not be able to attend the first class.
Second Time: A phone call and a written notice will be sent to the parents; in addition, the student will not be able to attend the first class and the attendance grades of the first period will be deducted.
Third time: Student will not be allowed to school, he/she will be sent home, and it will be considered as an unexcused absence.