The Excellist Learning Centre and the American High School Collaboration
Florida, United States (October 10, 2016) – American High School (AHS) and Excellist Learning Center have signed to become an exclusive Representative for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region catering with growing interest of people in American K12 curriculum and high school diplomas. This will help bring The Excellist Learning Centre to become the American High School’s accredited educational services and products distributor in this vast region.
Head of Institution, American High School, Dr. Fazilul Haque, said “that it’s an amazing opportunity to join hands with Excellist Learning Center UAE, there was always a requirement for AHS to deal with the growing interest for American High School from MENA region. Excellist Learning Center is well positioned to enroll students in American High School Florida and provide localized tutoring services from their regional centers all across MENA region.”
Mr. Imran Aziz, who serves American High School as CTO and also dealing with compliance and international marketing matters, said “For us it is important to choose right strategic partners in compliance with our accrediting agency and school rules and regulations, and we have found Excellist as best fit.”
MENA countries include, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Pakistan are top growth countries in terms of enrollments for American Curriculum Schools and according to Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC), American-curriculum private schools continue to attract the most pupils in the United Arab Emirates.
“The American and British curricula recorded the highest students’ enrolment growth in the past five years, with CAGR [compound annual growth rate] of 16 per cent and 7 per cent, respectively,” according to ADEC.
Mr Anjum, Managing Director of the Excellist Learning Centre said “there are three main reasons to partner with the American High School. Firstly, the growing demand for American curriculum schools in the region and secondly, the affordability and accessibility. Lastly, Mr Anjum applauds a broad curriculum offering a wide range of subjects encompassing over 300 courses”
Most of the Asian schools that cater for Indian, Pakistani and Filipino pupils offered tuition that “fall under the affordable to low categories”, according to the report, which classified low annual tuition as between Dh10,000 to Dh19,999.
Whereas most of the international curriculum schools such as British, American and IB charge fees in the “medium to premium range”, which is between Dh20,000 to more than Dh50,000.
“The curricula is very broad and offers a wide range of subjects and activities focusing on holistic learning, including key skills such as critical thinking,” said Mr Anjum.
“Parents and students appreciate the strong extracurricular opportunities, something singularly extensive in the American approach and which factors into its ‘‘whole student’ philosophy.”
In collaboration with the American High School, the Excellist Learning Centre will be offering American High School Diploma at about DH10,000 to Dh12,000 a year while enrolling pupils in compliance with the rules and regulations that are set by AHS accrediting agency.
Founded in 2008. Excellist is an educational institution with an aim to provide reputed and advanced Vocational and Professional qualifications including degrees, diplomas, corporate Training, along with various language and management courses to students and aspiring learners. The Excellist Learning Centre currently serves over 500 learners in the MENA region and employs 15 people in the Northern Emirates. For more information about the Excellist Learning Centre, please visit their website at www.excellist.ae
American High School was founded in 2004 by educators and innovators who recognized the power of online learning to transform American K–12 education. To-date, American High School has launched several successful blended learning centers across the world, bringing quality online education directly to the doors of thousands of students. For more information about AHS, please visit their website at https://www.americanhighschool.net/