I personally wouldn't advise going there My sister went there for a while and it wasn't a pleasant experience. I think Hopeland is a lovely school less snobby and more down to earth. depends what you want if your child is like half algerian then i would defo say put him in hopeland. If you have no connection to Algeria apart from work ect then i can see why El Kalimet would seem better as it follows the British curriculum however they will not be having a adequate education. Please don't hesitate to let me know your situation bit better i would be happy to help
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My child attended for 3 years and I can honestly say that it was a very bad experience and if another school was available then I would have pulled her out. The school is run unprofessional but they enjoy taking your money depending on age we paid approx 1,000,000.oo da per year and a total waste it was. This is not the end of the yearly cost as you need to pay for everything from lunch, transport and even school books, text books are supplied but are photocopied and of a bad standard. If your child can speak French and Arabic then please do look at other schools. We had no choice as our child only speaks English . I wish you luck.
A Dutch woman who moved to Algiers said that it took her awhile realise what it was exactly that made it so difficult for her to live in Algeria. She now knows that it's her sense of freedom which she seems to have lost.
A Dutch woman who moved to Algiers said that it took her awhile realise what it was exactly that made it so difficult for her to live in Algeria. She now knows that it's her sense of freedom which sh...