Al Hussan International School (AHISK) Al Khobar
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About Al Hussan International School (AHISK)


Al Hussan International School (AHISK) is located in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia and was opened in September 1998.  It has three separate sections, boys section and girls section on the same campus, and pre-school section is at a separate location is in the near vicinity. AHISK prides itself on the quality of its educational programs, external examination results and its strong disciplinary policies. The school apply an international standard and style of education that offers a rigorous curriculum aimed towards academic success at IGCSE, AS, International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP) and A-Level. We endeavor to provide all students with 21st century skills. Our understanding of the ever-changing world guide us to prepare our students to be global citizens who care about international issues and equipped with the right skills.

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English, IB

Primary Language

English

Ages

3 to 18

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Jana Tameesh, 7 months ago


• Pros• yeah, a pretty good school in my opinion. well, i’ve been it for a good two years, and going for the third. my experience was awesome every time, the teachers, the students, and everyone. most reviews are students being salty because they don’t want school to come back, just don’t listen to them. its what i would call a good school, and yes. it is very easy to make friends and meet new people, as most of the time, they are very friendly. you can even get close to the teachers, too. i’ve had a really good time of my 3’rd and 4th grade, and im looking forward to the fifth. i, as in almost everyone. doesn’t enjoy school, but meeting new friends, the activities, and the amazing teachers is what keep me going. the people have overall have made me a better person, and i hope that any newcomers will enjoy the school too. •cons.• yeah, everything in life has to have itty bitty problems, right? number one, the foreign language problems. so far, in my experience and from what i’ve seen is that there are not many foreign languages you can learn. (arabic, french, english only.) i feel that the schools should add maybe a few more languages that the students should choose to learn, or maybe even an after school club for another language would be cool. some examples of languages i think would be suitable are..: german, japeneese/korean/chineese. (or any south-east asian language would be great. maybe even thailand!) spanish, italian, and maaaaaybe russian? those are pretty wide spread languages soo. how this can work: during the beginning of the first semester (doesn’t apply to school clubs.), the students have a poll to choose what language they want to learn. if for example, ten people chose korean, there would be a class of korean that the students go to instead of French! for after school clubs: it isn’t quite hard honestly, its quite self explanatory. the after school clubs: okay, so i only have one problem. uhh, soccer club is only for boys? c’mon! i think it would be better if the school let the girls play soccer, too. okay! thats it, at the end, its a ten/ten school, so if you are interested in enlisting your child in the school, sure go for it! (maybe you shouldn’t take advice from a 10 year old but—)

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Abiya Atif, a year ago


Nice school ,some branches may not be as good as al hussan khobar although I am not sure since I only went to the khobar branch.

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salah zibdah, 3 years ago


they have nice horses

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Menna Noony, 9 months ago


There’s no sanitation, the school doesn’t pay water or electricity bills so they go every hour or so, there are never tissues in the bathrooms except if we have visitors. Most of the teachers there don’t even know how to speak English properly. They don’t treat the students correctly. The teachers shout at the students because the asked them to go to the bathroom, how disrespectful. I could go on and on about how bad of a school this is, but I have other things to do. Don’t recommend to go there at all. I would love to give it 0 stars but I can’t.

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Dania Alamodi, a year ago


No joke this school is trash dont come im not kidding

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