Schools in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Posted on May 15, 2013 11:34 PM by

This post is mainly for parents looking out for the best school in Riyadh and for those searching for teaching jobs in schools in Saudi Arabia, Riyadh.
Below is a list of all known private schools and international schools in Riyadh that serves children from Kindergarten to grade 12. Those looking out for english teaching jobs, check out the contact numbers, email and schools online website address, most of the websites listed have a career section included.

In the 90’s, expatriate education ended at the age of 14 forcing parents to either resign their job and go back home for the sake of their child’s education or send them away to the best boarding schools in the world, it was a tough decision then! Well things changed eventually, The Ministry of Education has approved expatriate education for older children as well.




The most important question when it comes to education in the Gulf is the Cost. Most employers will pick up fees for one or two children; hence it’s always advisable to negotiate and get the school fees added into the remuneration package before you even sign the contract. Also check with the schools as some of them even offer discount packages for those enrolling 3 or more children.

It is essential that every school in the kingdom is to be licensed by the Ministry of Education. If not, it may be closed down in mid-year. Hence before enrolling your kids in any school, ask to see the Ministry of Education License. For Higher grade students who need extra attention, you can find teachers who provide Home Tuitions.

I have set rating schemes for few of the selected schools, if you are familiar with any of these schools please go ahead and vote. Your feedback is valuable for the readers out here to make the right decision! The description mentioned against each school here is just a synopsis from the schools official website! Please check out the schools website for more details.









P.S: The author has no commercial interest in any of the companies mentioned.
The information is as up-to-date as possible at the time of writing.

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  1. it is very very helpful to all who are seaching for a job.rajisujith

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  2. very useful information from this site, kindly tell more about schools in MALAZ-RIYADH
    adeelinittm@yahoo.com

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  3. Ladies, Check this out:
    Future Window International School needs a physics teacher and a biology teacher (for boys section) with an experience in teaching SAT. For contact send your CV to info@fwis.edu.sa

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    1. Can you please tell about King Fahd International School at Olaya?

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  4. This site is the most useful- till the moment-for parents who don't know riyadh and are concerning about their children education. We are looking an international school in riyadh too and it is very difficult to find good information to select one. In the online search, I highly recommend this blog. Thanks a lot, Anita. This make me believe more, in the social use of IT.

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  5. Anita what school do u recomend ?

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  6. Hmmm, I can see quite a debate going on here on the best/worst school in Riyadh. Well folks my input on this would be irrational as I have no personal experience with any of these schools (my baby is just a year old). I leave the judgment to the experts out there! I have set rating schemes for few of the selected schools, please go ahead and vote. Your feedback is valuable for the readers out there to make the right decision! If the school you are looking for does not have a rating scheme please let me know and I’ll set it up.

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  7. Attention all out there, the description mentioned against each school here is just a synopsis from the schools official website! Please check out the schools website for more details.

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  8. I love this blog really good info I now have decided where to send my kids thank you Anita.

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  9. fab blog thanks alot

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  10. I do not like middle east school my child had native accent after one year speaks with an indian accent my husband was so mad.

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  11. Been to Tiny steps Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww great for babies

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  12. Kingdom schools are very expensive and are ok many royal princes and princesses attend. This school is for the rich and famous, I was once a teacher there found it very hard to teach the spolit kids. Overall nice + clean. A good school if you have the money. Not for the normal every day expat family.

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  13. Grace and OliviaMay 8, 2011 at 9:04 PM

    The best schools can only be really judged after the child has spent some time their it is unfair to say anything otherwise. Let me tell you guys about my experience.

    I went to a local nursery school got a real bad reception not at all convinced with the teacher she was bit cold, after weeks of debates with our inlaws we enroled our little gal in as it is near our home.

    After 10 months I see how well she has done how many friends she made, how the teachers dealt with her and how the brought out the best in her. It was only the first year of her life being 3 years old she has learnt all her numbers and her letters shapes colours. So I never judge a book by its cover anymore, I go by what it really is. The space was small I was not crazy about the service or the building but I went by my gut.
    We are flying back to new york in a few weeks time gone by real quick now off home with a very grown up gracie. Good luck mommies of Riyadh.
    We choose the compound nursery.

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  14. Hi Anita!
    What a lovely (and VERY helpful) blog you have!
    Well, I have a small problem and I was wondering if you could help me. We just moved here from America with my husband and my one year old daughter. I work full time, so does my husband. While we are at work, I would keep her with my sister-in-law. Unfortuantly, my brother and his family are moving to Jeddah (Im in Riyadh) and now I need a daycare for my daughter. So I was wondering if you know of any good daycares that you could recommend for us. Again, she is one years old and I would need something that stays until at least 3 pm. Thank you in advance and look forward to hearing from you!
    Best regards,
    Mrs. Smith

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  15. Hi Mrs.Smith (Hajoora79),
    I have just started my research on the Daycare’s in Riyadh. Have you heard of Bambolina? It’s a playschool and yes they do accept kids of your daughter’s age.
    I haven’t visited the place myself yet, but I plan to very soon. Check it out!
    Here’s the contact Number: +9661- 442-1118

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  16. IMPORTANT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Btw alRiyadh schools is not only for boys it's for girls as will for all ages and it has an American Diploma section and btw it's almost the biggest school in Riyadh city and its the only school that owned by Prinss Salman Bin Abdulaziz !!! And the only school that has a non Arabic principle .. Whom is Australian and called Mr.Ronald Lake .. To follow him on twitter please follow @ronglake and follow Riyadh Schools as well ;D

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  17. Hi Anita,
    a friend of mine is from Jordan, and he is a Sports Teacher with many years of experience in Saudi Arabia Najd Schools, and Jordan Montessori Schools. He is a Gymnastics medal holder himself and an international judge even now. With excellent English as a second language and looking for an opportunity in KSA. for such abilities what schools do you recommend to approach ?
    Many thanks in advance.
    AM

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  18. Hi I am looking for a good montessori school for my 2.7yrs old daughter some ppl are saying british internal school's montessori is better and some ppl saying its not under the british school managment so dont take a risk. can some one pls guide she is going to a home based play group + daycare but now we want her proper schooling to be started.....Also ppl told me about creatives montessori school...

    Please help....

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  19. Hello Anita

    I have been offered an esl post at the al khadij academy.I would like to know if you you had any experiences with this academy.
    Also i have 10 years teaching experience but only one year of my part time ,PGCE is completed in science .Do you think there is hope for me as a science teacher?
    thanks
    zara

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  20. Thanks alot Anita at the begining I was lost and dissappointed but your blog made it easy for me to find an appropraite school for my son. Keep it up.Wish you couldd do the same for nurseries and afternoon activities or sports centers for children.

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  21. I have been reading a lot of exaggerated reviews on this particular school. Is Al Ameen British International School any good?

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  22. been there once, not a place where i would send my kid!
    - Mariam

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  23. Does anyone know a school that accepts kids with exceptional needs like autism in English facility.beenish

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    1. SPECIAL SUPPORT: Those who needs Special Needs Education Support, Speech Therapy, Behaviour Therapy, Counselling, Remedial Teaching etc. in Riyadh may contact me by Email; drkrjayachandran@gmail.com or by mobile @ 0509522826 ……Dr. Jay

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  24. Please check out the "Special Care Center" at the INTERNATIONAL INDIAN PUBLIC SCHOOL
    http://www.iipsr.com/index.php/special-care-center/

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  25. Dear Anitha,

    Im a child psychologist, looking for jobs and research. Kindly let me know your contact details to discuss further in person. My mail Id: farzana_sal@yahoo.com

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  26. Hi moms Sandy here from the Usa Great blog I must say :) I have 4 children and I wanted to share the schools my children attend, both are british, they are located on same streets In center Olaya.
    One is The British Islamic school Alalameen, I choose that for montessori and a very nice girls grades smart section.

    My other 2 boys twins attend The learning Caravan both doing so well. I like the British curriculums very much even though being from the Usa my hubby prefers the british strong academics.

    Good luck and thank you so much for sharing such a great blog. Welcome to Riyadh stay blessed Sandy.

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  27. I want to ask about the crayons is a a school with work books academics learning what ages and fees thank you Also what nationality kids attend I dont want all saudis but mixed race.

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  28. Crayons International is a highly recommended school, One of my friends daughter from Lebanon studies in that school and is pretty happy. Do check out their Facebook Page for a clear picture :
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crayons-International-Schools-And-Activity-Center-Riyadh/162053503834851

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    1. Anita, I have been searching for a school named Eritrean International School Riyadh-Saudi Arabia. I can't seem to find any info for this school yet I have 2 students that just moved to Canada to attend my school and they brought report cards from this school is Saudi. Is there any info you can share on how I can contact this school??

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  29. Thank you Anita for your reply

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  30. very helpful web site but i want to know that what is the right way to join these school as a teacher??? any body can help me????

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  31. The Riyadh International Schools for boys and girls claim to follow the American curriculum to seek status guided by a team of self-motivated Australian administrators with no substance in education.

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  32. I agree with the lack of substance and lip services at the Riyadh International School for Girls and Boys. I was very disappointed with the academic achievements, I removed my children due to lack of standards and discipline, the students run the schools and the expectations are superficial. I am very pleased to have transferred my three children to the British school.

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  33. Good day Anita,
    My son is low autism kid, so I need a special education school in Malaz area in Riyadh, KSA. can you help me ?.. if mail me at sadiq.nadeem@comm-it.com.sa

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    1. AUTISM SUPPORT: Those who needs Special Needs Education, Autism Support, Speech Therapy, Behaviour Therapy, Counselling, Remedial Teaching etc. in Riyadh may contact me by Email; drkrjayachandran@gmail.com or by mobile @ 0509522826 ……Dr. Jay

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  34. I'm Lara Baltaji, Lebanese, 24 years old. I have completed the requirements of the Bachelor degree in the English Language and Literature ( Linguistics ) and I graduated from the Lebanese University in 2012.
    And now I am an English teacher for grades 5 and 6 at Al-Nour Islamic School from Oct 1,2012 to present. The school is located in Ardeh- Tripoli- Lebanon.
    I'm traveling to Riyadh next month, God willing; and of course the first thing I want to do is seeking for a job.
    email: lara.ahmad.darwich@hotmail.com

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    1. Salam Lara ,we would like to hire qualified teachers in children's oasis kindergarten school please if u still looking for job call us on0532563098

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    2. Lara they are jobs available at our school british school call 0530208907 ask for Fahmina or Mary

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    3. I am a certified Ontario teacher with 15 plus years of full time teaching experience in the following subject areas: Health Sciences, Social Sciences and Special Education working extensively with Special needs students from ages 13- 21.
      I am very interested in securing a teaching position in Riyadh. Does anyone have suggestions on where to conduct my search??

      You can email me at cindy_batchelar@yahoo.ca

      Thankyou!!!

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    4. The Riyadh school network Superintendent Ron Lake and his Director Julie Baker Targets grilled over share purchases.
      A cohort of former Victorian Ultranet officials now based at the same school in Saudi Arabia will be grilled by the state’s corruption watchdog as it combs over deals allegedly signed between mates.

      The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) today called former Ultranet board member Ron Lake and his partner and fellow former education official Julie Baker to the stand.
      Ron Lake was director general of a system of prestigious English language schools in the Saudi capital, which is run under the tutelage of Crown Prince Mohammed Ibn Salman Ibn Abdelaziz.

      The Riyadh school network is also the latest stop for his former Victorian colleagues Darrell Fraser, Dianne Peck and Ben Cushing.
      Ron Lake has been accused of buying shares in successful Ultranet bidder, Darwin-based IT provider CSG, despite being a member of the Ultranet board at the time.
      Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/news/ibac-hauls-first-saudi-based-witnesses-to-ultranet-hearings-415623#ixzz42kgPY61L

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  35. Respected,
    I have done my master in English. Currently I am working with Ministry of Education, Kabul, Afghanistan. I have 8 years teaching experience. Now I am looking for a suitable teaching job.
    Arif
    zephyr_arif786@yahoo.com

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  36. hi,we have juste moved here in riyadhwith my husband,my two sons and my only one daughter from tunisia.my husband is joined alimem islamic university as a doctor in economy.iam looking for a suitable teaching job as an english teacher.iam good in french as well as my specciality is linguistics ,and i have a good experience in teaching especcially in primary school.do you think there is a hope for me.im looking forward to hearing from you thanks. hbkhawla yahoo.fr

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  37. al yasmin internation school is best top

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  38. HI, im again contacting you hb khaoula. I want only to correct the mistake in my email adress it is;/ hb khawlayahoo.fr at gmail.com/.Im ready for any help or need as englich teacher.Thankyou for giving me this opportunity.

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  39. Hi, I woull to have some suggestions about the internationali schools. I have two sons, the eldest is 12 and youngest is 3.
    tell me please because I NEED this information before may

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  40. I wonder why middle east intl school is not taking admissions of Pakistani expats???

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  41. Annita thank you very much for the info...
    could you possibly advise on how much would it cost for 6th grade french schooling in Riyad in a good french school approximate figure will help...

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  42. Hello everyone.. I need some help with picking school for my 6 year old girl and 8 year old boy. Both of them are croatian native speakers and they know few words of english. Do you have any recommendation how to help them with new life, language and everything in Riyadh? What school would you recommend for them? Greetings from Croatia

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  43. My Name is Ahmed Abdulaziz, a master's in TESOL, working at a University. I have been looking for the best international school for my kids grade 1 and KG 1. My previous experience and search: 1- King Abdulaziz School is one of the very best international schools. 2- Multi national schools and the British School are at the top too but very expensive (PS. no much attention for Arabic nor religion). 3- Al Afaq is the best school for KGs and grades 1,2,3 (latest methodology in teaching and super fancy, clean, and modern building (fancier than AlMamlakh Schools but no spoiled kids)) 4- Al Alameen is not bad at all but not the best. I'll try some more schools and see.

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    1. Ahmed everyones idea of what they want can differ some schools have great curriculum some not so clean standards some great native teachers some none. Alfaq is excelent for those that can pay 5.000sr admission fee but yet have not one native staff . Abdulaziz is good but the money you pay is not worth really at all. Saud is to much for what you pay but few native staff. Yes of course you only pay for what you get the top british american mutli advanced too u forget left out is thee top 45 plus. Its like hilton hotel u pay u get better standards but as im looking for middle to average can you note for these. My budget is 15-20 i want british school must have clean standards caring staff teachers.

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  44. geart list. canyou shorlist the ones that accepts special needs kids. thank you in advance

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    1. AUTISM SUPPORT: Those who needs Special Needs Education, Autism Support, Speech Therapy, Behaviour Therapy, Counselling, Remedial Teaching etc. in Riyadh may contact Dr. Jay by Email; drkrjayachandran@gmail.com or by mobile @ 0509522826

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  45. You didn't mention Pakistan International School English Section Riyadh (PISES). It is located in Sulaimania and has Cambridge education

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  46. Hello Anita, how are you. Is there anything like Ghana International School in Riyadh. How good is d school.

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  47. Hi Anita, do you know of any school for UKg for my mild autistic son. Please help.

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    1. AUTISM SUPPORT: Those who needs Special Needs Education, Autism Support, Speech Therapy, Behaviour Therapy, Counselling, Remedial Teaching etc. in Riyadh may contact Dr. Jay by Email; drkrjayachandran@gmail.com or by mobile @ 0509522826

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  48. Hello. I'm a physics graduate from USA with around 5 years of experience in teaching physics, chemistry, and science and now looking for a job in Riyadh. Any available job please contact me at 0552095922. Thank you.

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  49. I am a post graduate in English Literature and hold Bachelor in Education with over 8 years of experience in teaching. Please let me knw if thr is job opening in riyadh. I live in exit 16.

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  50. I am relocating to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in near future, presently i am holidng Dubai Residence Visa and my child is studying here in british curriculam.

    If i relocate to saudi arabia will she get admited the british curriculam school in mid term, if yes what are the terms & conditions

    kindly advise & suggest

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  51. i am a post graduate in zoology and have a 12 years teaching experience. i need a job, please let me know if there is job opening in Riyadh

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  52. Salamalekum I have a son, in march next year he will complete his 5 years. so i am thinking to send him to middle east school, please could you advise the school is good for him or not?

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  53. hi, I m looking for Pakistani school in sulai area exit 16 if someone have information please share with me. thanks

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  54. Hi mam.. I m interest to work as a maths teacher in indian school..if there is any vacancy pls contact my mail lekhu92@gmail.com. thank u in advance.

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  55. Please, don't go any close, to Ghana international school. No good teacher, they only babysit your children. No teacher parent relationship, no teacher student relationship. So cold and mean ppl.

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  56. As parents and educators my experience with the Riyadh Schools and boys was not a success but a deception: the administrators lead by Ron Lake and Australians claim to use an International curriculum in reading, writing, speaking, listening and critical thinking but the reality is far from it. Teachers spend their days trying to coop with discipline and the Principal spend her day pleasing students and parents who purchase the diplomas. The fact is far fetched from the appearances. Be ware.

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  57. Riyadh School for Boys and Girls under the direction of Ron Lake, Mr. Abdul Rahman Al-Ghoufaily and Julia Baker are under investigation og Corruption at the managerial Level : The Fairfax media (Age 12.11.14) have revealed Senior Victorian education department officials bought shares in and took jobs with the company given a $60 million contract to deliver the failed Ultranet schools IT project. Two officials were given executive jobs at CSG Limited, the company given the contract. The expenses blew out to $180 million and the Napthine government shelved it last year. http://www.theage.com.au/it-pro/government-it/ultranet-shares-and-jobs-scandal-snares-victorias-education-department-20141111-11kk3l.html
    Ron Lake, who resigned as the department's regional director for the Loddon Mallee in 2012, is now a director of schools in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He did not respond to Fairfax Media's inquiries.

    Ms Baker has also left the department and worked as a consultant with Mr Lake in Saudi Arabia in late 2012.

    Mr Fraser and Ms Peck have left CSG and have also worked in Saudi Arabia with Mr Lake. Neither has responded to Fairfax Media's inquiries.

    Mr Cushing and several other former education department staff involved with the Ultranet have also since worked in Saudi Arabia.

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  58. What a wonderful blog here! Please keep on the good job.
    I am a 32-year old with bachelors and masters degrees in geography, currently teaching in a British-curriculum international school in Nigeria. I have long wished to work and live in Saudi Arabia. Could you please keep me posted with any teaching opportunity available. Thanks in advance. tayoabalogun@yahoo.co.uk

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  59. I have share your this work on my facebook page with link to this page.
    https://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/groups/KSA.Expat/

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  60. Hi all,
    Would you pls guide me by suggesting a good Indian school for my Daughter for LKG near by Azeeziya / Batha

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  61. Does any body know about admission schedule & fee of Al Afaq Intl. school and is there mid session admission possible .There is no information on their website

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  62. Hello
    I am binzi.I have completed m.Com b ed with 2 year teaching experience. I would like to teach kg classes. is there any vacancy is available please inform me

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  63. I have three kids studying in Middle east /modern middle east for indians is one of the worst school I have come across.. I strongly recommend not to enroll as most of the teachers have no experience.. Works for low salary without caring teacher parent relationship and covers less portions all my kids have become dumb

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    1. I have shortlisted middle east school.can u suggest some other good schools for my son who will be doing his year 1.

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  64. hello,i am searching schools in riyadh for my son who will doing his grade 1 or year 1 in coming months. my priorities are

    1)english as medium of language
    2)safety
    3)extracurricular activities
    4)academic performance
    5)good teachers
    6)and others things as well....

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  65. First of all i would like to Say you thank you. Because this post was help me lot to find the best school in Riyadh.

    Thanks!!



    Schools in Saudi Arabia

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  66. Hai ..i am rafeena.i am completed bsc pasychology.i would like to teach primary classes.is there any vacancies please inform me..

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  67. Hello. Im looking to enroll my daughters, elder one turns 4 next month amd younger one turns 3 in october. Went alalameen school and it turned out way above our budget. Im looking at british curriculum preferably with an islamic background. But from the little I have researched I havent come across any other than alalameen school. Could you, anita please guide me towards some schools. Im very new here and dont know anyone around to ask. Any help with school reviews would be of great help. Thanking you.

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  68. Most schools have a registration fee ranging from 1.5 to 4 5 alone. Most good school average now fees 20 to 25. If you want settle for lower standard u can get 15 17. But they lack standard of hygiene qualified teachers etc.
    Even quran schools hygiene lacks. Probably a nursey be beter to start off with then move as they go to grade 1.
    Range now kg is 17 plus 1 books or 2 then 2.5 admission fee. 22 at any average good school.

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  69. Noble riyadh 15
    Rainbow 15
    My school 25
    Manarat 25
    Saud 24
    Caravan 24
    Abdul aziz 26
    British 60
    American 90
    Al afaq 35
    Alalameen 20 25
    Oasis 16
    Yara 16
    Jana 18
    Khalid 26
    Glory 18


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  70. That include admission and books

    More add on

    Sahafa 18 22
    My little school 30
    Kids care 25
    Kinder care 22
    Kingdom 37
    Advanced 60 65 5000 admission non refundable even if fail
    Hussaan 32
    Fursan 27
    Rowad 19 23


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  71. i am looking for an international school in riyadh with reasonable fees and good quality education[cbse preferably]with transport facility, for my son who is presently studying in 5th grade at n.p.s,bangalore.do they admit students in the middle of the year[september 2015]?i have been recently selected to work at riyadh.kindly inform me at your earliest convenience.

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  72. I have heard one of the schools in riyadh named Dhuha International School is hiring female teachers. Anyone interested then do drop your resumes at their website. Good luck to you all!

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  73. I am looking for a school for my daughter aged 3 years. Would like to know about Middle East International School in Al Nahdah - Khurais Road Near Lulu. Can anyone tell about this schools performance in upbringing the education level?

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  74. How is the Faculty of Middle East International School in Nahdah? Are parents satisfied?

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  76. i am looking for a teaching post in english,hold M.A,B.ed in english.is there any vaccancy in modern middleeast school, riyadh?no previous teaching experiences....

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  77. Whatever the qualifications modern middle east will take Unless you are ready to get low salary. To be honest there are no qualified/experienced teachers, some do not even know how to pronounce hindi forget about english. very few are BEd and princy is not even BEd. MA BEd is good qualification you will get through

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  78. Hello. I'm trying to enrol my two boys who are 6yr and 7yrs old. I have been homeschooling them for almost 2 years due to difficulties finding a good school and other personal circumstances. I have been recently informed that children from Britain will only be enrolled in British schools. We are from Britain but wanted to enrol the children in bangladeshi international school due to convenience. Please can anyone advise if this information is correct and if there are any other alternatives.
    Many Thanks
    Jubeda

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  79. hello i complete my BE in engineering and msc in math i have 5 years teaching experience i want to teach in saudi arabia in any school for contact my email is engr.mujeeb53@gmail.com

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  80. “ My name is Muhammed Hashim. I managed to get admission for my daughter Ayisha in this school and unfortunately I got job transfer to Dubai. I requested to the principal and coordinator those who Incharge of the school to get a fees refund in last July and until now they didn't show a caurtacy to give any refund. I explained them all my situation but they didn't take any action. I believe that this school is working only for money and they don't known what is humanity and it is not a islamic culture. As a parent,this is the treatment I received and I can imagine my daughter's future, if she study in this school. I will never ever recommend this school. ”

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  81. aoa.can anyone give feedback about house of languages school in exit 5 riyadh?

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  82. Hi, I am an Indian speech pathologist residing at al-kharj. Can anyone give info about special schools in kharj or riyadh so that I an apply for a job.
    anna.aslp@hotmail.com

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  83. K.N. Academy International Campus is a well known boarding school in Karachi that provides excellence in academics and personality development. The schools state of the art and purpose-built campuses provide education from Grade 1 to O-Levels. Since its inception.

    K.N. Academy International Campus has provided excellent facilities to students that meet the international standards.

    Address :: Dulmloti Road, Opposite Captian Farm, Malir Cantt, Karachi, Sindh

    Website :: www.knacademy.edu.pk

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