Pakistan International School Of Cairo
The Pakistan International School, Cairo is a co-educational international school in Cairo, Egypt, founded in 1981. It is one of the first international schools to be established ever in Egypt. It is a Cambridge International Curriculum based school, with about 70% of the PISC population from various countries around the world, and the remaining 30% from Pakistan.
Pakistan International School is administered by the Embassy of Pakistan, Cairo. The Ambassador of Pakistan to Egypt is the Chairman of its Board of Governors which comprises four other nominated members, at least one of whom must be a parent. The term of office of the nominated members is one year from the date of appointment. The B.O.G. sets the broad policy guidelines and is responsible for the overall functioning of the school, covering the entire spectrum of educational, administrative and financial aspects of PISC activities.
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