Cairo calendar

Courses 2021

Cairo Calendar

Ahlan courses start every two weeks on Sunday, with some exceptions noted below. In the case of a public holiday at any point during the course, the missed hours will be made up for through additional classes before or after the holiday, EXCEPT Eid el-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. These Eid days will be discounted from the overall course price and will not be made up for.

  • 3rd January
  • 17th January
  • 31st January
  • 14th February
  • 28th Februaryh
  • 14th March
  • 28th March
  • 11th April
  • 26th April (Monday)
  • 9th May
  • 23rd May


  • 6th June
  • 20th June
  • 4th July
  • 19th July
  • 25th July
  • 8th August
  • 22nd August
  • 5th September
  • 19th September
  • 3rd October
  • 17th October
  • 31st October
  • 14th November
  • 28th November
  • 12th December
  • 26th December
  • 9th January 2022



Coptic Christmas

Friday, January 7th

Revolution Day

January 25th and National Police Day (Monday)

Sinai Liberation Day

Sunday, April 25th

Labour Day

Saturday, May 1st

Coptic Easter and Sham al Nesim

Monday, May 3rd

Eid al-Fitr

Likely, May 12th to May 15th*

30th of June Revolution

Wednesday, June 30th

Eid al-Adha

Likely, July 19th to July 23rd

1952 Revolution Day

Friday, July 23rd

Islamic New Year

Likely, August 9th

Armed Forces Day

Wednesday, October 6th

Prophet’s (PBUH) birthday

Likely, October 18th

New Year’s Day

January 1st, 2022 (Saturday)

*These holidays may vary according to the Lunar Calendar/Cycle


In the case of a public holiday at any point during a course, missed days will be discounted from the overall course price. In the case of bad weather conditions (snow or heavy rain), the government sometimes declares all public and non-public offices closed. In such circumstances, which are quite rare, we can’t take responsibility for cancelled classes and immediate rescheduling is not guaranteed but the school will offer compensation classes during the student’s stay, if possible, or via Online.