About Abdulaziz International Schools – Al-Sulaimaniah
Abdulaziz International Schools – Al-Sulaimaniah (AIS–Al-Sulaimaniah) first opened its doors in 1999. Today, the school has an enrollment of 3,640 students in Kindergarten through Grade 12.
AIS–Al-Sulaimaniah is managed by the global SABIS® Network, which was established in 1886 with the opening of its first school. For over 135 years, schools in the SABIS® Network have been preparing students with the knowledge and skills required to help them achieve success in a changing world. Today, the SABIS® Network has an active presence in 20 countries on five continents and educates over 70,000 students.
AIS–Al-Sulaimaniah will be recognized as a provider of top-quality education to a highly diverse student body. It will prepare all students for success in college, equip them with the ability and desire for lifelong learning, and strengthen their civil, ethical, and moral values. The school will maintain high standards of efficiency and accountability throughout its operation.
The efforts made were more than amazing. The work done with the students and the efficient route of communication during the pandemic showed the school's true colors. Faculty and staff, whether in the boys' section or the girls' section, provided us with an extraordinary experience during such difficult times. Dedication, commitment and the engagement of students to the best of their abilities was the only thing to remark about my kids' teachers. Truly, they've brought school inside the home of every AIS student. Best of wishes and much appreciation.
My daughter is attending her second year in school now. I am very pleased with the program, with the teachers commitment and their interaction with the students. I have seen my daughter advance in all subjects, particularly in math, English and Arabic.
Thanks for all your efforts.
I am new to the school and I highly recommend. The teachers are very sweet and well educated.
My youngest is in the KG and benefiting a lot from the online activities. My eldest is in Grade 3; they have a strong curriculum and the best part is that they dont have homework.
My children have been in AIS for about 9 years and i have only seen good results. My oldest daughter is about to graduate soon and i am not worried about university acceptances as the sabis diploma is well-known and respected. This school has taught them discipline and lessons that will accompany them in their future.