Established in Beirut in 1929, Mouseitbeh Adventist School (member of Adventist Schools Network) started its mission to serve in one floor in the main building of the administration. As its role became essential in the area, MASS kept growing and developed another building to offer the better service to the community in a very distinctive way. The distinctiveness of MASS is defined by the following:

MASS is a mixed school which comprises a preschool, cycle one, cycle two, intermediate and secondary levels.

  • MASS applies the Lebanese curriculum and considers Arabic as the first taught language whereas English is taught as its first foreign language and French as its second.
  • MASS is a non-profit organization which does not enroll students with special needs.
  • MASS encourage modern educational and cultural approaches.

We consider our history to plan for our future.