Ecoles Al Madina, Casablanca, Morocco

Al Madina Schools is a group of schools renowned at the Moroccan national level. Founded in 1993, they now have four sites across various districts of Casablanca. This extension of Al Madina Schools is the result of a growing demand for a quality education aiming at academic success and the personal development of pupils. The four sites are built on large areas offering excellent spaces for teaching and recreational activities. Al Madina Schools' educational project is based on an integrated program from kindergarten to the Baccalaureate and, to meet the needs of the education sector, the group has created the first private university in Morocco "Mundiapolis". The mission of Al Madina schools is to form open-minded citizens, bearers of universal values and contributing to building a better future. Their ambition is to participate in the development of the educational system at the national and global levels, through the adoption of international programs and innovative teaching approaches, delivered by a team committed to the qualities of the professional and social profile of the educational actor. Al Madina Schools have been accredited the label "Schools of the World" by the IB organization (International Baccalaureate) for their distinguished mission, their quest for quality, and their international openness and commitment to the national values and identity. Since the year 2000, Al Madina Schools have been accredited to provide the International Baccalaureate organization’s MYP (Middle Years Program), which covers ages 12 to 16 years and leads to an internationally recognized certificate. Secondary education (high school) in Al Madina Schools leads to the International Baccalaureate Diploma. By the rich and rewarding education it offers, this program also allows students access to the most prestigious universities in the world.

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