Lebanon has been going through a long series of crises since the end of summer 2019. From a financial collapse to socio-economic hardships coupled with a political deadlock, civil unrest, and a massive explosion that destroyed large parts of the capital Beirut, the country has not been able to address the most basic needs of its population. The Education sector is no exception and has been directly and greatly affected by the different predicaments faced by the country. From the struggles of families to the decaying infrastructure to the lack of serious policies, this paper lays out the Lebanese schools’ current situation, the challenges they face, but also the questions of citizenship and diversity within the existing curriculums