The Q-Schools methodology

  • Focus on the academic, cognitive, and personal development of each individual child
  • Different academic subjects support one another: for example, debate is a means to teach foreign languages and STEM is a means to teach leadership
  • Interactive learning by doing
  • Student-centered, family-centered, teacher-centered, and community-centered – not system-centered
  • Dialogue between students and teachers, among students, and among teachers
  • Glocal vision – students learn pride in their own heritage and respect for other cultures
  • Schools in different communities learn from one another
  • Philosophy applied in all settings where Q-Schools works: high schools, elementary schools, preschools, extracurricular language courses, and leadership programs.

Bilingual preschools

English for Arabic-speaking children

Strategy Institute

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Charter Schools

An alternative to public schools for parents who cannot access private education

English Language Education Programs

Model United Nations and debate clubs in English and Arabic

International Leadership Initiatives

International Leadership Initiatives