High school

Secondary School

We in the International Program recognize the importance of this period in an individual's life and the extent of the changes they go through, as well as their need to make crucial decisions that can make a difference in their future. Therefore, we strive to provide them with spaces for experience and guidance in an environment with international standards, rich in educational and administrative staff with high expertise in various global programs, capable of providing the necessary support for students in this critical stage.

Our schools also focus on equipping our students with the necessary skills to pass the aptitude and achievement tests through intensive courses, and supporting them in choosing their university majors and future directions through university fairs to introduce them to their requirements, whether local or international.

Our students achieve high results in university admission tests in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including the aptitude and achievement tests, while also achieving top levels in international program exams. We prepare our students to take English language tests such as IELTS and STEP, so that when they graduate from the secondary stage, they have completed the International Program, in addition to completing the Ministry of Education's general secondary education and the English language proficiency certificate. This way, they are well-prepared to embark on the university experience, whether within the Kingdom or by studying at the finest international universities.

One of our school's priorities is to discover students' talents through "Mawhiba Program," which aims to nurture gifted students to develop and refine their creative skills so they can represent the schools in international competitions and achieve advanced positions in them.

We also support students with special needs and provide them with the necessary support through the support unit available at the school. Clubs serve as an outlet for students to pursue their passions and interests outside the classroom environment. In our schools, there are weekly morning clubs, as well as summer clubs in which students can volunteer and participate effectively to earn documented volunteer hours.

Al Bassam schools are diligently moving forward in the field of effective leadership, in line with the directives of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to create a generation capable of leadership, through the student parliament that attracts student participation in decision-making and problem-solving in the school, selecting recreational and educational school trips, as well as programs to support young projects for our students.

Typical day

Morning assembly (7:00-7:15 am)

The school principal, administrative and academic staff welcome the students at the beginning of each new day. Then, the morning broadcast prepared by the students and their teachers is presented, followed by the national anthem.

The rest of the school day is divided into eight classes and two breaks, one for breakfast and the other for prayer. The school day ends at 1:30 pm.


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