Our Director’s Message

Dear Parents,

"Alsalam Alykom wa rahmat Allah wa barakato"

I would like to thank the whole school community for their unwavering support and express very special thanks to the parents who helped to edit the school’s guiding statements. Your most effective participation in the meeting that was held on December 10th, 2018 is highly appreciated now that your valuable input has made a difference to the context of the school’s vision and mission statements. Moreover, your input, in addition to that given by the different departments of the school, has noticeably helped to rough out the 2019-2022 strategic plan of the school. Hopefully, this plan will have been finalized by the end of April 2019.

As a matter of fact such meetings with parents and the conducted surveys have served as a very effective tool to identify the strengths and the weaknesses of the school in addition to the challenges that it will have to face in the future. Incontrovertibly, this has enabled the school to set some developmental and initial plans now that planning and development are the school’s number one priority.

Our school has got many objectives most of which, thanks to Allah, have been successfully achieved. Nonetheless, we still need to work harder and we still need your indefatigable support to provide our students with high quality, educational services.

The objectives of the 2019-2022 strategic plan are as follows:

  1. Enhance the students’ and employees’ well-being to increase productivity.
  2. Reinforce high quality learning where students actively take responsibility for their learning.
  3. Encourage leadership, entrepreneurship, innovation and collaboration.
  4. Demonstrate Digital Citizenship by thinking critically, behaving safely, and participating responsibly in a digital world.

It was really marvelous to see that our students have most energetically and enthusiastically participated in many activities and competitions in which they swept all the decks. Gladly, the academy students have demonstrated their talents and skills in “The Philanthropist” contest and the KALD contest that were both held in Kuwait. Thankfully, our students won the first place having presented the best theme and the best visual effects.

Finally, I would also like to wish all the members of the school community a happy Israa and Miraj anniversary and I wish everyone many happy returns of this solemn occasion. I also pray to Allah that He will always help our students to do their best and come into distinction without fail.

Warm regards,

Sumaya Abdulaziz Al-Mutawa

School Director