We offer a comprehensive curriculum to our students to ensure that they benefit from a broad range of valuable studies.
Our Kindergarten KG1 and KG2 classes are taught in a separate unit, with pupils working on developing the language capabilities and skills necessary to prepare them for formal study in Grade 1.
Our youngest students are given ample opportunities to develop all the key basic skills they need in reading, writing, speaking, and listening as well as in physical movement, manipulation, and social skills, so that they can progress successfully into 1st Grade ready to embark on a more in-depth and rigorous curriculum
Our excellent class teachers teach students in Grades 1 to 4 in self-contained classes with a curriculum comprising English, Arabic, Mathematics, Islamic Studies, Science, Computer Studies, PE, Music, and Art, with Social Studies and French being introduced in Grade 4.
“We are proud to have a dedicated staff team of energetic, positive individuals who not only have the highest expectations of themselves, but also of their students, with mutual respect being a strong theme that runs throughout all of our Grades”
For our students in Grades 5 to 12, we have specialist subject teachers who deliver classes as follows:
|Grades 5-6||English, Arabic, Mathematics, Science, Computer Science, Islamic Studies, Social Studies, French, Art, Music, Moral Education and PE.|
|Grades 7-8||English, Arabic, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer Science, Islamic Studies, Robotics, Moral Education, and PE.|
|Grades 9-10||English, Arabic, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Social Studies, Islamic Studies, American History, Moral Education and PE.|
|Grades Grades 10-11||English, Arabic, AP Mathematics, Islamic Studies and PE. Students choose three subjects from the following: AP Biology, APChemistry, AP Physics, Economics, Business Studies, Psychology and Sociology. Students are expected to choose at least one Science subject. They are prepared for TOEFL, SAT I, SAT II, Moral Education and AP examinations|
Once our students reach Grade 10,they are able to continue with the High School Program as described above with a Diploma being awarded at the successful completion of Grade 12.
In order to equate the Diploma with that of the Ministry of Education, all students must successfully complete the Ministry examinations in Arabic and Islamic Studies in Grade 12. We are able to offer special classes in Islamic Studies and Arabic in English within school for any student who meets the Ministry of Education criteria and who requires them.
We are proud to have a dedicated staff team of energetic, positive individuals who not only have the highest expectations of themselves, but also of their students, with mutual respect being a strong theme that runs throughout all of our Grades.
Our staff make the success of our students their top priority and encourage students themselves to take responsibility for their own learning within a supportive and stimulating student-centred environment.
Our school day begins at 7:30am, with KG classes finishing a 12:30pm and Grades 1-12 finishing at 2:50pm.