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Christian Teaching Institute

Our Mission
CTI is dedicated to the service of the education of youth, through the academic, spiritual and cultural wellbeing of its students. CTI offers students a challenging curriculum to meet the demands of society. CTI students are prepared to excel, develop leadership skills and eventually become active, responsible citizens. CTI emphasizes academic excellence, character building, cultural awareness and critical thinking.

Our Vision
The CTI vision is for students to leave school with profound spiritual values, a solid academic foundation, wide cultural knowledge, and noteworthy leadership skills. CTI fosters a high level of education, creativity, critical thinking, self esteem, and Godliness. CTI aims to produce men and women with high goals, and a sense of civic and moral responsibility.

Grade and Middle School

The students study three languages, English French and Arabic. The curriculum is eclectic, based on American, French and local Lebanese. Science is offered in English, with American - curricula. Currently, we are using ebooks in most of our elementary program. Science is supplemented by lab sessions. Mathematics is also offered in English; and it tends to be advanced American and/or Lebanese programs. French is in coordination with the French Cultural Center, and we prepare our students for the DELF in the intermediate classes. Arabic language follows what we believe to be the best offered locally, with special Arabic provision for non-Lebanese students. Our curriculum also includes Bible, drama, art, music, and more.

Secondary Classes and High School

These classes prepare students for college and for the official terminal exams. The program is accelerated Lebanese, with emphasis on mathematics, the sciences and the three languages. There are also lots of co–curricular subjects, involving cultural studies, drama, lab, Bible, philosophy and more. There are special HS programs for non– Lebanese students. Our students sit for the official governmental exams (Lebanese students only), the SAT exams, and special DELF French exams in coordination with the French Cultural Center.