Early Childhood Principal - Early Childhood Center - American International School
Sara L. Lekas, Es.D attended Southern University, The University of Alabama, The College of New Jersey. Dr. Lekas currently lives in Cairo where she studies women in leadership, women’s rights, and the culture in Egypt. Presently she is the Early Childhood Principal at the American International School of Egypt.
The American International School in Egypt has been one of Egypt’s leading schools since it opened its doors to its first 240 students in 1990. Today, AIS Egypt has two campuses, with a combined student population of over 2000 students.
AIS Egypt is a member of Educational Services Overseas Limited (ESOL), a group of ten American and British schools spanning six countries and three continents. In partnership with the school community, our mission is to provide eligible students, primarily from the Middle East and living in the Greater Cairo area, with a challenging American and International college preparatory education.
Our caring, professional faculty strive to empower our students to become critical, independent thinkers with the skills to be dynamic participants in an ever-changing global society.
Fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools in Philadelphia, AIS Egypt’s American diploma is recognized by the Egyptian Ministry of Education as equivalent to the Egyptian General Secondary Certificate. Our International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB DP) is authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.
She is also the author of The Emergence of Women Leaders in Egypt.