Building future technology leaders
through entertaining, S.T.E.A.M based
Is to strive towards a better career, and a brighter future for students worldwide through innovation in education technology.
iSchool is providing trending technology education programs for 6 to 18 years old students helping them learn and create careers in the fields of programming, graphics, artificial intelligence, robotics, electronics and more, via online/offline interactive sessions.
In September 2018, iSchool was announced as the most innovative and impacting education technology startup in Egypt, winning 1st place award at Biznex investment exhibition for emerging companies.
iSchool Complying with SDGs
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all through improving the processes and quality of educational institutions and address the needs and expectations of those who seek technology education services.
Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls in STEM fields, we aim to eliminate bias and promote parity through recommending technology education with a balanced mix of men and women to ensure both sexes are treated equally when it comes to technology education career opportunities.
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all through improving the processes and quality of educational institutions and fulfill the needs and expectations of those who seek technology education services.
Creating a new generation of innovative leaders has always been our vision from day one. We are glad that iSchool is leading the field of STEAM education in the MENA region, offering students new way to develop careers, ideas, and startups.
A mega coding camp for 6 to 18 years old students at Lycée Balzac international school, teaching students 21st-century coding skills like computational thinking, and problem-solving using the latest technologies in game development, mobile development, and web development, with total participants of 800 students for 3 days duration to generate innovative ideas from the enthusiastic minds.
P&G Summer Camp
A STEAM education summer camp that takes place at the P&G education institution for 400 students, the camp consists of 4 training days to develop the students' skills in robotics, hardware, electronics, mechanical design, automation, and programming through entertainment hands-on projects, crafts, codes, and robots.
Japan Robot Sumo 2019
in 2019 iSchool students represented Egypt by participating in the largest and oldest robotics competition in the world the international robot sumo tournament in Japan, organized and sponsored by Fujisoft HP, Dell, Lenovo, Softbank, and NASA robotics alliance, that took place at Ryogoku Kokugikan Tokyo sumo stadium, Japan.
At iSchool, anyone can learn the basics of computer science.
With no prior experience, in a Fun, And Active environment.
In just one session. Students can create an app, design a video game, or launch a new website!
Our online programs are internationally accredited, and delivered by certified instructors,
Using the latest education technology tools. So there is no reason to wait
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China MakeX 2019
iSchool collaborated with MakeBlock for STEAM education to organize the first MakeX robotics competition in Egypt, which will qualify Egyptian students to participate in the international MakeX robotics competition that takes place at Guangzhou city with participants from more than 45 countries from all around the globe.
Japan Robot Sumo 2018
In 2018 iSchool students represented Egypt for the first time by participating in the largest and oldest robotics
competition in the world, the international robot sumo tournament in Japan, organized and sponsored by Fujisoft with many other big sponsors like HP, Dell, Lenovo, Softbank, and one of NASA robotics alliance projects, that took place at Ryogoku Kokugikan Tokyo sumo stadium, Japan.
Egypt Robot Sumo 2018
iSchool is the first Egyptian Edu-tech company to hold the organizing rights for "Japan Robot Sumo" which is the biggest robotics tournament in the world accredited by Fujisoft and NASA robot alliance.
The 2018 "Egypt Robot Sumo" competition took place at the ITI smart village of Cairo, with 400 participants and robots in both the junior and senior categories, competing for the 30k YEN 1st place prize and a traveling ticket for the "All-Japan robot sumo" international competition at Tokyo.