The Mansourieh camps is situated in the beautiful and serene Metn area on the outskirts of Beirut. The 3,600 square meter campus sits on a mountain with break-taking views of the capital.
The Mansourieh campus is called the Think Tank campus. Eastwood College Mansourieh serves a maximum of 350 students ant any given time. With 60 professional staff members and a 15:1 student teacher ratio, the school is able to integrate the best and most recent learning practices, test new technologies and implement different pedagogical methods of leaning and teaching. The student application and selection process is competitive, and students and families are only admitted if they adhere to the school philosophy – students come first and learning is a holistic approach encompassing academic, social, and emotional development.
The Kafarshima campus is the first established Eastwood College campus. The Kafarshima campus is situated in the heart of the Greater Beirut District. The 9,800 sq meter campus serves approximately 600 full time students and close to 80 faculty members. It includes faculty housing for expatriate teachers and easy access to Beirut and the entire region.
The Kafarshima campus serves students in the same capacity as the Mansourieh campus and includes more sections of the same grade level. With a spacious facility, Eastwood College hosts a wide range of national spots championships such as kickboxing, karate, and basketball.
The Kafarshima campus boasts excellent results in national Baccalaureate exams, with many students receiving national commendations.
Eastwood Kindergarten Doha is a new facility situated on the Al Maadeed street. Our fully Reggio Emilia facility has been created with a lot of thought and love for our children.
The school campus is open on school days from 6:30 am until 2:30. School hours are from 7am until 2:00pm, except on Tuesdays when classes end at 1:00 to facilitate teacher professional development.
Teacher supervision begins at 6:45. Parents are encouraged to adhere to school times, both at the beginning and ending of the day. When children arrive on time, they begin their day at a natural pace; they have the time to say their goodbyes, to choose an activity to help them transition from home to school and spend social time with their friends. At the end of the day, your child will be waiting to see you and may become anxious if you do not arrive on time.