PINEWOOD EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
The Pinewood American International School believes that:
- Education addresses the development of the whole individual, intellectually, morally, socially and physically.
- The school encourages students to engage in open inquiry, active learning, creativity, decision-making, critical thinking and independence of thought.
- Education is a partnership between teachers, students, and parents.
- Students should take pride in their own achievements.
- Learning involves sharing expertise and constructive debate in a spirit of community.
- Students are most likely to achieve their goals within a disciplined environment.
- The school seeks constantly to evaluate and improve its performance.
- The school will be accredited by a recognized authority.
- The curriculum will draw on and take into account the best elements of various educational systems, in both style and content, but delivered in the English language.
- The school strives to provide curriculum of the highest quality.
Pinewood aims to offer students a progressive, personalized American international education centered on academic excellence in each student's journey towards self-actualization. This is achieved in a stimulating, multicultural learning environment that emphasizes service, respect for ethical values and awareness of local culture.
The Pinewood American International School strives to be a growing center of excellence in the region by educating students through best practices for reaching their full potential as adaptable, global citizens.
- We understand that nationality, gender and religion all determine people’s roots, but not their worth.
- We are mindful of the needs and rights of others, regardless of their roots and beliefs.
- We are honest and open in our dealings.
- We are peaceful in our intentions.
- We are considerate in our actions.
Pinewood - The American International School admits students of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.