Maadi Community Study Centre



Maadi Community Study Centre wants to see TCKs transformed for Kingdom living.

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Our Mission is that Maadi Community Study Centre will provide:

  • A biblically integrated curriculum which challenges, inspires and equips students for life-long learning.
  • A diverse, safe community that values the students’ experience: having fun, learning from success and failure, and being loved.
  • An opportunity for spiritual growth into authentic, servant-hearted believers.
  • Christ-centered, accessible education for international development workers.


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Statement of Faith

MCSC agrees upon the Apostles’ Creed as indicating the basic convictions of the organization:

I believe in God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth: And in Jesus Christ His only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead and buried; He descended into hell: the third day He rose again from the dead; He ascended into heaven, and sits at the right hand of God, the Father Almighty; from there He shall come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic [universal] church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Upon this foundation of our faith, we covenant with one another and with God to labour together as true disciples of Jesus Christ.

School Leadership and MCSC Staff Team

The school leadership team is made up of:

Miss VIcki

Principal and Head of Secondary

Mrs Melissa

Head of Primary

Together, they oversee the day-to-day running of the school.

MCSC staff are a vibrant group of educators from several different countries: Britain, USA, Australia, Egypt, South Sudan and Venezuela. They are united in their strong Christian faith, their commitment to the mission and vision of MCSC and their love of teaching the students.

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The core structure of the curriculum at MCSC is the National Curriculum for England and Wales. To this we add the ACSI Bible program, UFLI (University of Florida Literacy Institute) phonics program and the study of the Arabic and Spanish languages.  The many different nationalities represented in the school and the privilege of being based in the heart of Cairo adds a rich diversity to the educational experience of our students. At MCSC we celebrate the fact that we are not a postal service delivering a curriculum but that we are educators educating and preparing children for the global opportunities and challenges that await them. At the heart of this contemporary dynamic approach is Christ the author and perfecter of our faith.


Our ASAs (After School Activities) include pickleball, basketball, football, band, jiu jitsu, art, swimming, and more.


Special Education

Our Special Education program includes catch-up phonics and reading, 1:2:1 aids, dyslexia support, and tailored programs designed to meet individual learning needs. Please contact the school for more information.


Our Story

Maadi Community Study Centre was born as a gift of our good and gracious God. We opened on 5 September 1997 with five students enrolled. Dave, then pastor of Maadi Community Church, came along to bless the endeavor and the partnership between us and MCC has continued since then. We soon grew from five to 11 students of five nationalities that first year, with 27 admitted at the start of the second year, and the numbers continued growing steadily for several years. We started in a three-bedroomed flat in a building on Road 70 and then added a secondary section in a flat just down the road from there. Eventually we moved into our current location where we could all be together in one space. 

Because we exist to serve those who are serving Egypt, from the start we have never aimed at size, but at quality. God gave us a dream of a place where children are not only held to a high standard academically, but where the beauty, goodness, joy and fun of living in God’s Kingdom is just as important to the shaping of the young minds and hearts in our care. We have always striven to be a place where children of all nationalities would be able to return to education in their home countries full of the joy of learning and the joy of living their lives in Christ, in whatever field they trained.