The American Diploma Program

The American Diploma program is one of the educational international systems that qualify students to enroll in local and international universities in the world. This program is known for its flexibility and variety as well as being accredited by most of the international and local accreditation commissions.

This program accommodates the local educational requirements as well as the international. It is supervised by an internationally recognized committee to ensure that standards set are being met. Our school is working on the accreditation by AdvancEd. For further information on AdvancED you can visit

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Our Curriculum

Pearson Reading Street Literacy Program for Grades K-6
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Reading Street is not just a reading program. It is billed as a resource for comprehensive coverage of language arts that covers all reading skills (phonics, fluency, and comprehension), vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and composition. Handwriting is the only thing missing! 

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Pearson enVisionmath 2.0 Common Core Math Program for Grades K-6

enVisionmath2.0 is a comprehensive K-6 mathematics curriculum that is organized to promote Focus on Common Core Clusters, develop Coherence across grade levels, and lay the foundation for Rigor with conceptual understanding.

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Pearson Interactive Science Program for Grades K-6

Interactive Science © 2016 focuses on an implementation of Problem-Based Learning, STEM, Performance Expectation activities, and support for new standards. The new standards implement new STEM and Problem-Based Learning techniques that help address the Engineering and Design Practices while also helping address College and Career readiness.

The above mentioned Programs are on Pearson Realize and can be accessed at:

Pearson programs are Core Subjects and the National Identity ones as well. ien is the National Portal to browse the national curriculum for Arabic, Islamic and social studies. Specialty Subjects do help the students make their ways to the core subjects. Art Education, ICT (information and communication technology), P.E. (physical Education), Library and French Language as an extra curriculum.

Standardized Tests

MAP is a computer adaptive test, which means every student gets a unique set of test questions based on responses to previous questions. As the student answers correctly, questions get harder. If the student answers incorrectly, the questions get easier. By the end of the test, most students will answer about half the questions correctly. MAP can follow students wherever they are starting from, regardless of the grade they are in. For instance, if a third grader is actually reading like a fifth grader, MAP will be able to identify that. Or, if a fifth grader is doing math like a third grader, MAP will identify that. Both things are incredibly important for a teacher to know, so that they can plan instruction efficiently. MAP covers reading, language usage, and math. Some schools also use the MAP Science test to measure student achievement and growth in science.