Brummana High School (BHS) is a private, non-profit institution governed by a Board of Governors. The ultimate responsibility for the ownership, Quaker ethos and well-being of the school rests with the Quaker International Educational Trust (QuIET), based in London and registered under the Charities Act of the United Kingdom.
BHS is a Quaker coeducational day and boarding school which seeks excellence academically, and in the arts and sports, and aims to promote integrity in its students. Each member of the school community ensures that students from diverse backgrounds are prepared to be responsible citizens and life-long learners, respecting each other and helping the community.
BHS aims to be an internationally recognised Quaker educational institution that embodies excellence in education and service, attracts students from diverse backgrounds and serves the needs of students from Lebanon and the region.
The school’s motto is “I Serve”. BHS is passionate about nurturing self-reliance, cooperation, friendship, non-violence, honesty, simplicity and compassion, and, above all, building in students the ideals of service in accordance with the “I Serve” motto. Old Scholars of the school continue to embody the “I Serve” tradition long into their careers and lives.