“Academic Team” is a great way to meet people, learn new skills, spend time doing activities students enjoy, strengthen leadership experience and produce something new for humanity.
Nile Academy encourages its students to participate in academic teams attentively. Students find a chance to spend time with other students, share ideas and show commitment to their duties in a group-work setting under a qualified supervisor. Teams come together weekly after school, all year around.
The motto of the Nile Academy Science Team is to produce solutions to the environmental problems, build up scientific consciousness and to share ideas with a deep sense of responsibility for society and the world.
Successful projects in the Annual Nile Academy Science Fair attend both national and international competitions, regional science fairs, Toronto Science Fair and Genius Olympiad in the USA respectively.
Nile Academy Math Team consists of inspiring students, aiming to reach further with mathematics. Under the leadership of contest experienced trainers, the team is prepared for the prospective math contest by improving their problem-solving skills with weekly commitments.
Beginning with a math outreach program to meet the needs of the students, it helps to increase their confidence and ability by solving hundreds of problems. Contestants are carefully chosen among the ones who show a strong interest in mathematics.
For more information and registration, please refer to our math teachers.
Our team aims to combine the excitement of sport, imagination and teamwork, through science and technology. Robotics teams meet weekly, all year round, under strict rules, time limits and limited resources to build their dreaming designs.
Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team. Professional engineers help Nile Academy Robotics Club attendees to learn sophisticated hardware and software and to prepare for competitions and tournaments.
Model UN is a popular activity used to learn more about how the UN operates. Hundreds of thousands of student’s, worldwide, take part every year at all educational levels. Many of today’s leaders in law, government, business and the arts – including at the UN itself – participated in Model UN as a student. The aim of MUN is to build and maintain strong links between the UN and Model UN participants, across the globe.
Nile Academy’s Model UN Team encourages, guides and shows how to make accurate simulations, and teaches students knowledge, UN values and goals through conferences, workshops and debates.