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Welcome to El Alsson International School. We are delighted to have you join us. Our El Alsson vision states we are dedicated to excellence. Please allow me to share El Alsson’s way of excellence with you.

At El Alsson we understand the purpose of education is not to pass an exam at the end of the course. The true purpose of education is to introduce, develop, and master the skills and knowledge to improve the quality of our lives. This includes developing the mindset of life-long learning. El Alsson teachers help our students develop the critical thinking skills they need for the challenges they will face in the future. We understand many of the jobs our students will take in the future have not yet been created, therefore, the skills taught by our teachers must prepare our students for any situation they encounter. El Alsson teachers are dedicated to excellence.

At El Alsson we understand a complete education not only educates the mind, but also educates the heart. Helping our students develop good character is just as important as mastering academics. El Alsson students are challenged to place the needs of others ahead of their own. Community service-learning experiences help El Alsson students develop empathy and compassion for others. In addition, students discover their role as leaders in the community as they help those in need.

The El Alsson way of excellence recognizes students possess a variety of strengths, talents, and backgrounds. We understand no two students learn the same way. Our teachers prepare lessons that support visual, auditory, and hands on modalities of learning. El Alsson students enjoy the benefits of student-centered learning experiences. In addition, valuing art, music, and PE as vital parts of the curriculum is an important part of El Alsson’s way of excellence.

I invite you to join us. As we like to say at El Alsson “Together We Succeed.” Join us as we prepare your children to become the next generation of leaders in the 21st century.

Tony Crawford

Education Director