Academic Support

About the Department

In accordance with the school’s mission statement, and since 1999, the Academic Support Department (ASD) at Ahliah school aims at integrating students with different educational needs within a regular school setting. One of the school’s essential objectives is to help students develop cognitively and emotionally. This is mainly addressed through constructing customized educational support programs that cater to individuals’ needs within the broader regular curriculum.

Ahliah school ASD team consists of qualified and experienced support teachers. They work in collaboration with mainstream teachers, counselor, heads of division, speech therapist, parents, tutors and external therapists that follow up with students.

Academic Support Tuition Fees

Resources

Objectives of ASD

The academic support team, with the help of parents and teachers, work towards the following objectives:

  • Improve teaching methods in general classes to move towards differentiated instruction
  • Prepare and implement Individualized Educational Programs (IEP) that would be applicable in a regular classroom
  • Help create school atmosphere that is conducive to better learning and that allow students to grow emotionally and socially in a friendly and healthy educational setting
  • Evaluate students’ intellectual and academic progress, detect their gifts and talents, and help develop them

ASD Admission Procedure

  1. Fill in an application form (hard or soft copy) and indicate that your child has a learning difficulty.
  2. Attach to the application form a copy of any related document that supports your child’s case (psycho-educational assessments, speech reports, psycho-motor reports, occupational assessments…)
  3. After studying the student’s application, an entrance exam will be scheduled accordingly.
  4. A follow up meeting with the parents to discuss the results and placement of the student will be scheduled.

Department Contact Info

Academic Support Department

Head of Depratment: M. Maha Ghanem

Tel: 01 372 960/1
Email: M.ghanem@ahliahschool.edu.lb

Mon – Fri 8:30 A.M. – 3:00P.M.

Parents Handbook

Social Info

About the Department

In accordance with the school’s mission statement, and since 1999, the Academic Support Department (ASD) at Ahliah school aims at integrating students with different educational needs within a regular school setting. One of the school’s essential objectives is to help students develop cognitively and emotionally. This is mainly addressed through constructing customized educational support programs that cater to individuals’ needs within the broader regular curriculum.

Ahliah school ASD team consists of qualified and experienced support teachers. They work in collaboration with mainstream teachers, heads of division, speech therapist, parents, tutors and external therapists that follow up with students.

Parents Handbook

Academic Support Tuition Fees

Resources

Objectives of ASD

The academic support team, with the help of parents and teachers, work towards the following objectives:

  • Improve teaching methods in general classes to move towards differentiated instruction
  • Prepare and implement Individualized Educational Programs (IEP) that would be applicable in a regular classroom
  • Help create school atmosphere that is conducive to better learning and that allow students to grow emotionally and socially in a friendly and healthy educational setting
  • Evaluate students’ intellectual and academic progress, detect their gifts and talents, and help develop them

ASD Admission Procedure

  1. Fill in an application form (hard or soft copy) and indicate that your child has a learning difficulty.
  2. Attach to the application form a copy of any related document that supports your child’s case (psycho-educational assessments, speech reports, psycho-motor reports, occupational assessments…)
  3. After studying the student’s application, an entrance exam will be scheduled accordingly.
  4. A follow up meeting with the parents to discuss the results and placement of the student will be scheduled.