Al-'Ameed Educational Group of the Department of Education and Higher Education at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine has been able, in a record period, to be a distinguished educational institution at the country level. The group has earned this rank by harnessing its human resources, infrastructure and the continuous follow-up by the head of the department and his assistants. Its staff do not spare any effort, as they have only one goal: to promote its students, so that they can be the best example of the good citizen.
The parents rushed to register their children in its fourteen schools: Al-'Ameed Primary and Secondary Schools for girls, Al-'Ameed Primary School for boys, Al-Qamar Elementary School for girls, Al-Saqi Elementary School for boys, Sayed al-Ma' Elementary and Secondary Schools for boys, Noor al-'Ameed Elementary School for boys, Noor al-'Abbas (peace be upon him) Elementary School for boys, Noor al-'Abbas (peace be upon him) Elementary and Secondary Schools for girls, Aba Taleb (peace be upon him) Primary School for boys. As well as its three kindergartens: Al-Saqi nursery and kindergarten, Al-'Ameed nursery and kindergarten and Noor al-Abbas (peace be upon him) nursery and kindergarten. Thus, these educational institutions became havens of education and learning.
Professor Mushtaq Al-Ali, the educational assistant in the Department of Education and Higher Education, stated to al-Kafeel Network: "Applications to join our schools exceeded the capacity of the schools currently built. This is expected matter in the light of the excellent educational environment that this institution provides, by choosing the serious teachers who are continuously formed and trained, and the adoption of the methods of education and global mechanisms adopted in developed countries, with our keenness to maintain our Islamic origin, heritage and traditions, and the application and preparation of diverse programs, and to provide schools with experienced and efficient educators. As well as extending the bridges of familiarity and fruitful cooperation between the administrations of our schools and parents to identify the problems that beset the march of our educated children to treat them by involving parents in building the future of their children."
He added that "we have put in place a number of advanced integrated educational complexes in order to provide our educational services to as many students as possible to serve our country in accordance with the directives of the General Secretariat of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine."
It is noteworthy that the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine is currently building two educational complexes, one on the road of the City Center to al-Hurr (peace be upon him), which is built on a vast area, and includes five schools and two kindergartens, and a cultural center and four gymnasiums. And the other is located near the shrine of the Martyr al-Hurr (peace be upon him) including three schools, a kindergarten and a sports hall.