Khartoum American School

Curriculum: Our academic program includes work in the ÒcoreÓ disciplines of Language Arts (reading, writing, speaking in English), Social Studies (history, geography, economics, etc), mathematics (both theory and application), science (physical sciences, environmental science, chemistry and biology), and foreign language acquisition.The curriculum is reviewed every four years. In reviewing and revising the KAS curriculum we use internationally recognized standards: the AERO standards the Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) standards and national or regional standards from Canada, the UK, and Australia. By doing this, we ensure that our students are learning at the same levels and to the same standards as students around the world. Qualified students may take Advanced Placement (AP) level courses in English Literature, Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, Economics and Art. Facilities: Including a Library containing over 10,000 volumes and is equipped with computers for student use and an extensive video library with the appropriate equipment;/nla modern science laboratory, art room, music room, full size soccer field, basketball court, volleyball court and a covered area for PE classes. Classroom areas are also provided for special programs in ESL (English as a Second Language), Arabic, French and special needs. Classrooms are air cooled.

City
Khartoum
Email
kas@krtams.org
Website
http://www.krtams.org
Administrator
Mr. Greg Hughes (Superintendent)
Grades
PreK-12
Ages
Mar-18
Students
220
Tuition
Early Childhood=$5,000; K-8=$11,100; 9-12=$13,800. Please inquire for current rates.
Boarding
None available
School Year
Mid-August - end of May
Sponsoring Organization
US State Department/KAS is an independent, not-for-profit school and is governed by a School Board that is elected by the parents.
Year Founded
1956
Accreditation
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools; CES