Al Forsan International School Riyadh
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About Al Forsan International School


Al Forsan International Schools are for children aged 3 – 18. The schools are dedicated to providing international education, while ensuring that students remain firmly rooted to their own language and culture.

The language of instruction is English and the school follows the American curriculum based on Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Next Generation Standards ( NGSS)

Al Forsan International School students who graduate from our high school are awarded the American Diploma and are accepted into universities of their choice in Saudi Arabia and abroad.

FIS opened its doors in September 2013 for children in kindergarten through Second grade. In the following years, our goals have been to fulfill Ajialuna’s Original vision and establish more classes for students up to 12th grade at both Girls’ and boys’ campuses in Riyadh and Ar Rakah (Eastern Province).

In 2018-19, we have opened Ar Rakah campuses for students in Pre-KG through Grade 3 and we have continued to open more grades in the following years for both campuses.

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Curriculum

American

Primary Language

English

Ages

3 to 18

Max Class Size

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Sadaf Ahmed, 4 months ago


Al forsan is a good school . It's for junior and senior classes. They have separate campus for boys and girls . They have good and big class rooms for kindergarten, they took good activities for the small kids in school. It's little expensive school . The principal and staff is very humble. They listen to the queries of parents . They also arrange parent teachers meeting for a discussion about kids studies

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Faisal Bin Muhammad, 3 months ago


TBH Al-Forsan school is one of the best schools I’ve seen in Riyadh. Before put my kid here I was in doubt due to many unbalanced reviews you will read on Google maps. But after give a try I realize how misleading and dishonest Google Maps can be! Don’t judge anything base on Google maps review, 90% are not honest. And also know that there’s not a “perfect school” anywhere, and mistakes happen everywhere. My kid enjoy the school and I see lot of progress in less than a month. The teachers in KG do their best to give our kids high level of education. Base on my experiences with KG, they are probably the most organized admin department I have deal with in Riyadh…

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Rizwan Farooq, in the last week


Shocked by email from school management about my kid that his behaviour is not good. How can you expect to behave a 5 years old kid to behave without ever going school in physical. This we were expecting from school that he will learn there.

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Moataz Amir, 3 months ago


I was shocked as I just knew that Sundays transferred to be in class, knowing that the transfer took place several weeks ago and know one told us, by chance I met with a relative whose son is studying in the same class and he was the one who told me that. The school does not send any updates or weekly plan... for several weeks I have been suffering from the school by ignoring calls and response emails. Every time they come up with a way to communicate and unfortunately they don't respond to any of it, they're too distracted and have randomness in the system. I am very upset with this school and their administrative process.

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Ghada S, a month ago


This school is super bad. My daughter in first grade and she cannot read and write!! Techears just wanted to finish the class . They dont care about the progress of the students they just want to make money .I am attending with my daughter online and wanted to share my experience here . If you want your child to succeed DO NOT REGISTER THEM IN THIS SCHOOL

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