One of my father’s deeply held principles was that a well-educated population was the foundation for a strong nation. This conviction reflects the Quran’s emphasis on the importance of learning which, in turn, reinforces the lessons of history.
Prince Saud Al-Faisal

chairman, board of directors from 1991 to 2015

IN THE WORDS OF
PRINCE BANDAR BIN SAUD BIN KHALID

CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF DIRECTORS
KING FAISAL SCHOOL

Dear students, I am thrilled to congratulate you for your accomplishments during your academic journey so far, applying your skills, knowledge and praiseworthy efforts. It is our belief that education is the only way to keep pace with the extensive renaissance and advancement of civilization. King Faisal School has, therefore, given its full attention to education and to providing its students with comprehensive care by adopting leading academic programmes and attracting specialized teachers in various disciplines who are then offered desirable opportunities for professional development. To resolve any difficulties which may impede the search for knowledge, the School provides a safe educational environment, comprising academic, athletic and recreational facilities with up-to-date equipment. Students can now fulfill their duty towards themselves and their country to the fullest. I urge you to proceed with your endeavor. May Allah bless you!

KFS AT A GLANCE

PIONEERS

1st

to apply the Full-Day Schooling System to fulfill curriculum and extra-curricular activities

to apply the concept of voluntary work and offer a weekly lesson on this theme across grade levels

to launch the Civics Education Program resulting in nation-wide application of the course

to translate the Montessori Program + IB documents into Arabic

to keep pace with global excellence in education as a Saudi private school

to be pictured by NASA from outer space

to participate in the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ Translation competition

  • to apply the Full-Day Schooling System to fulfill curriculum and extra-curricular activities
  • to apply the concept of voluntary work and offer a weekly lesson on this theme across grade levels
  • to launch the Civics Education Program resulting in nation-wide application of the course
  • to translate the Montessori Program + IB documents into Arabic
  • to translate the Montessori program + IB documents into Arabic
  • to keep pace with global excellence in education as a Saudi private school
  • to be pictured by NASA from outer space
  • to participate in the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ Translation competition

A CONSTANT PURSUIT OF ACHIEVEMENT

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1991

2001

2002

2003

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Present

Year

1991–2007

Program

The Full-Day Schooling System

Reason

To fulfill the MOE curriculum, extra-curricular activities, study hours, etc.

Details

KFS was unique in applying the Full-Day Schooling System in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It included morning assembly, class periods, meals, breaks, prayer times, and field trips, in addition to the Study Hall Program which allows students to do their homework at school under the supervision of teachers, and the Thursdays Program which provides athletic, cultural, and academic activities.

Year

2012-2013

Program

Riyadh Region College Counsellors Association

Reason

To provide a platform for members to discuss recent issues pertaining to admissions to local and international universities

Details

In cooperation with the US Education Department at the American Embassy in Riyadh, KFS founded the Riyadh Region College Counsellors Association and hosted its first meeting. This association has rapidly expanded to include 13 schools.

Year

2013–2014

Program

Hour of Code (HOC)

Reason

To prove that anyone can build future technologies and not only use them

Details

HOC is organized by Code.org, an organization supported by various partners (i.e. Microsoft, Apple, Amazon), dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in more schools to enable every student to learn it. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any career path. 1000 students of grades 1 to 10 at KFS joined this program spending one hour learning computer science, and doing online tutorials featuring Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Angry Birds.

Year

2010 – present

Sports day for kindergarten children with the participation of their parents. In 2019, it was applied in all sections of the girls’ school

Year

2012-present

Holding the annual cycling race for the 3rd level in kindergarten

Year

2013 – present

Celebrating the International Day of the Arabic Language

Year

2014 – present

• Marking the World Civil Defense Week in kindergarten • Organizing “a warm winter” campaign for two weeks in Kindergarten

Year

2016–present

Program

Saturday Schooling Program

Reason

Enrichment Program for struggling students. Preparing G.12 students for college entrance exams.

Details

The Saturday Schooling Program provides extra learning science classes (chemistry, biology, physics and math) from 08.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon, and organizes TOEFL and SAT courses in cooperation with The AmidEast.

Year

2011–present

Program

ManageBac (MB)

Reason

To be used as the main communication software between teachers, students and parents.

Details

MB was initially bought in (2011-2012) to be used for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program and strictly for students to write their reflections on Creativity, Action, Service (CAS) activities. In 2014-2015, the school decided to use it as the main software for communications with parents and students as well as the program that teachers use for grade books and assignments. Teachers use MB to take attendance and record tests, quizzes, and homework, while parents can monitor their son’s progress on a daily basis. The school decided to use MB because it is user friendly and customized for IB courses, which makes it easier for teachers to write their unit planners.

Year

2001–present

Program

E-Learning

Reason

To integrate technology in education.

Details

KFS was provided with an IT Network infrastructure that allows internet access in addition to various educational programs.

Year

2002–2008

Program

University Preparation Program (UPP)

Reason

To develop the students’ English language and research skills in preparation for university admission.

Details

KFS created the UPP in collaboration with Brown University, a United States Ivy League university with a long prestigious history. Using interactive methodologies, educational technology, and a well-designed curriculum, the international UPP teaching staff created a learning environment which is both challenging and stimulating for students. Learners were guided through the acquisition of those skills necessary to succeed at university and beyond.

Year

2001–present

Program

Development of Thinking Skills

Reason

To present new educational strategies depending on thinking.

Details

In collaboration with a national institution for teaching basic and higher thinking skills, KFS held a special workshop led by Dr. Swartz from the National Centre for Teaching Thinking in the United States. Teachers were able to apply what they learned in different academic stages and in various subjects through spontaneous follow-up from the School’s administration. KFS also prepared a Guide for Teaching Thinking Skills to assist teachers in implementing this program on students.

Year

2007–present

Program

International Baccalaureate Program (IB)

Reason

KFS adopted the IB Program, one of the most prominent international programs offering a distinguished educational philosophy.

Details

The IB Program is divided into 3 levels:
1) The Primary Years Program (PYP), which focuses on all the aspects of early childhood development.
2) The Middle Years Program (MYP), which emphasizes the development of skills, attitudes, knowledge, and understanding.
3) The Diploma Program (DP) through which students participate in Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS) courses.

Year

2008–2011

Program

American Diploma (AD) Program

Reason

To provide an alternative program for students in the secondary school who are not capable of following the IB Diploma program.

Details

It is a SAT-based American program with an internationally recognized qualification that prepares students for successful university entry, encouraging them to be active learners and enquirers, well-rounded individuals, and engaged world citizens.

Year

2001

Organizing Space and Aviation Day for better knowledge on the latest space-related achievements

Year

2002

Organizing Environment Day which included lectures, shows, models, posters, and pamphlets

Year

2003

Organizing Health Day in collaboration with Prince Sultan Health Campaign and other hospitals.

Year

2015

• Receiving an achievement of excellence certificate from the Ministry of Education to the Preschool for outstanding performance for 3 consecutive years.
• Presenting a workshop at the IB Regional Conference in Rome by the preschool PYP principal and coordinator talking about bridging the gap between the PYP and the Ministry of Education.
• Honoring of KFS student Omar Alrabiah by Governor of Riyadh, HRH Prince Faisal Bin Bandar, for receiving the Bronze Medal in The Math Olympiad held in Balkan; Bulgaria, and the Silver Medal in The Youth Math Olympiad in Macedonia, and the Bronze Medal in The International Math Olympiad in South Africa in 2014, in addition to the Silver Medal in The Gulf Math Olympiad in Kuwait in 2015.

Year

2005

Representing Saudi Arabia in the Arabian Swimming Competition in Algeria and receiving the Ministry of Education award for outstanding performance

Year

2006

Hosting the meeting of the Sports Committee for International Schools

Year

2009

Achieving first runner position at the MYP Mathematics Competition

Year

2012

Participating in the National Olympiad and the Model United Nations Conference

Year

2016

Achieving the Golden level for promoting sport and developing a healthy life style culture as the only school in the Kingdom according to the Olympic Committee 2016 Report.

Year

2017

Announcing KFS students; Meshari Al Hussain, Saleh AlBuhairan and Sari AlBuhairan, as members of the national swimming team as per the Saudi Arabia National Olympic Committee (NOC).

Year

2018

• Receiving accreditation from Cognia to offer an American diploma certificate
• Moving the boys in grades 1 and 2 to the Girls’ school

Year

2019

• Opening the Girls’ school, with 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders classes in the Primary Years Program (PYP)
• Organizing a G20 event with the participation students from 1st and 3rd grades

Year

2020

• Opening classes for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders in the Girls Primary Years Program (PYP)
• Launching online programs to support distance learning: “SeeSaw”, “Zoom”, and “Google Classroom”
• Achieving an IB pass rate of 92% by KFS students, compared to the global average pass rate of 78%

Year

2021

Opening classes for 7th, 8th and 9th graders in the Girls Middles Years Program (MYP)

Year

1991–2007

Program

The Full-Day Schooling System

Reason

To fulfill the MOE curriculum, extra-curricular activities, study hours, etc.

Details

KFS was unique in applying the Full-Day Schooling System in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It included morning assembly, class periods, meals, breaks, prayer times, and field trips, in addition to the Study Hall Program which allows students to do their homework at school under the supervision of teachers, and the Thursdays Program which provides athletic, cultural, and academic activities.

Year

2012-2013

Program

Riyadh Region College Counsellors Association

Reason

To provide a platform for members to discuss recent issues pertaining to admissions to local and international universities

Details

In cooperation with the US Education Department at the American Embassy in Riyadh, KFS founded the Riyadh Region College Counsellors Association and hosted its first meeting. This association has rapidly expanded to include 13 schools.

Year

2013–2014

Program

Hour of Code (HOC)

Reason

To prove that anyone can build future technologies and not only use them

Details

HOC is organized by Code.org, an organization supported by various partners (i.e. Microsoft, Apple, Amazon), dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in more schools to enable every student to learn it. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any career path. 1000 students of grades 1 to 10 at KFS joined this program spending one hour learning computer science, and doing online tutorials featuring Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Angry Birds.

Year

2010 – present

Sports day for kindergarten children with the participation of their parents. In 2019, it was applied in all sections of the girls’ school

Year

2012-present

Holding the annual cycling race for the 3rd level in kindergarten

Year

2013 – present

Celebrating the International Day of the Arabic Language

Year

2014 – present

• Marking the World Civil Defense Week in kindergarten • Organizing “a warm winter” campaign for two weeks in Kindergarten

Year

2016–present

Program

Saturday Schooling Program

Reason

Enrichment Program for struggling students. Preparing G.12 students for college entrance exams.

Details

The Saturday Schooling Program provides extra learning science classes (chemistry, biology, physics and math) from 08.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon, and organizes TOEFL and SAT courses in cooperation with The AmidEast.

Year

2011–present

Program

ManageBac (MB)

Reason

To be used as the main communication software between teachers, students and parents.

Details

MB was initially bought in (2011-2012) to be used for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program and strictly for students to write their reflections on Creativity, Action, Service (CAS) activities. In 2014-2015, the school decided to use it as the main software for communications with parents and students as well as the program that teachers use for grade books and assignments. Teachers use MB to take attendance and record tests, quizzes, and homework, while parents can monitor their son’s progress on a daily basis. The school decided to use MB because it is user friendly and customized for IB courses, which makes it easier for teachers to write their unit planners.

Year

2001–present

Program

E-Learning

Reason

To integrate technology in education.

Details

KFS was provided with an IT Network infrastructure that allows internet access in addition to various educational programs.

Year

2002–2008

Program

University Preparation Program (UPP)

Reason

To develop the students’ English language and research skills in preparation for university admission.

Details

KFS created the UPP in collaboration with Brown University, a United States Ivy League university with a long prestigious history. Using interactive methodologies, educational technology, and a well-designed curriculum, the international UPP teaching staff created a learning environment which is both challenging and stimulating for students. Learners were guided through the acquisition of those skills necessary to succeed at university and beyond.

Year

2001–present

Program

Development of Thinking Skills

Reason

To present new educational strategies depending on thinking.

Details

In collaboration with a national institution for teaching basic and higher thinking skills, KFS held a special workshop led by Dr. Swartz from the National Centre for Teaching Thinking in the United States. Teachers were able to apply what they learned in different academic stages and in various subjects through spontaneous follow-up from the School’s administration. KFS also prepared a Guide for Teaching Thinking Skills to assist teachers in implementing this program on students.

Year

2007–present

Program

International Baccalaureate Program (IB)

Reason

KFS adopted the IB Program, one of the most prominent international programs offering a distinguished educational philosophy.

Details

The IB Program is divided into 3 levels:
1) The Primary Years Program (PYP), which focuses on all the aspects of early childhood development.
2) The Middle Years Program (MYP), which emphasizes the development of skills, attitudes, knowledge, and understanding.
3) The Diploma Program (DP) through which students participate in Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS) courses.

Year

2008–2011

Program

American Diploma (AD) Program

Reason

To provide an alternative program for students in the secondary school who are not capable of following the IB Diploma program.

Details

It is a SAT-based American program with an internationally recognized qualification that prepares students for successful university entry, encouraging them to be active learners and enquirers, well-rounded individuals, and engaged world citizens.

Year

2001

Organizing Space and Aviation Day for better knowledge on the latest space-related achievements

Year

2002

Organizing Environment Day which included lectures, shows, models, posters, and pamphlets

Year

2003

Organizing Health Day in collaboration with Prince Sultan Health Campaign and other hospitals.

Year

2015

• Receiving an achievement of excellence certificate from the Ministry of Education to the Preschool for outstanding performance for 3 consecutive years.
• Presenting a workshop at the IB Regional Conference in Rome by the preschool PYP principal and coordinator talking about bridging the gap between the PYP and the Ministry of Education.
• Honoring of KFS student Omar Alrabiah by Governor of Riyadh, HRH Prince Faisal Bin Bandar, for receiving the Bronze Medal in The Math Olympiad held in Balkan; Bulgaria, and the Silver Medal in The Youth Math Olympiad in Macedonia, and the Bronze Medal in The International Math Olympiad in South Africa in 2014, in addition to the Silver Medal in The Gulf Math Olympiad in Kuwait in 2015.

Year

2005

Representing Saudi Arabia in the Arabian Swimming Competition in Algeria and receiving the Ministry of Education award for outstanding performance

Year

2006

Hosting the meeting of the Sports Committee for International Schools

Year

2009

Achieving first runner position at the MYP Mathematics Competition

Year

2012

Participating in the National Olympiad and the Model United Nations Conference

Year

2016

Achieving the Golden level for promoting sport and developing a healthy life style culture as the only school in the Kingdom according to the Olympic Committee 2016 Report.

Year

2017

Announcing KFS students; Meshari Al Hussain, Saleh AlBuhairan and Sari AlBuhairan, as members of the national swimming team as per the Saudi Arabia National Olympic Committee (NOC).

Year

2018

• Receiving accreditation from Cognia to offer an American diploma certificate
• Moving the boys in grades 1 and 2 to the Girls’ school

Year

2019

• Opening the Girls’ school, with 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders classes in the Primary Years Program (PYP)
• Organizing a G20 event with the participation students from 1st and 3rd grades

Year

2020

• Opening classes for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders in the Girls Primary Years Program (PYP)
• Launching online programs to support distance learning: “SeeSaw”, “Zoom”, and “Google Classroom”
• Achieving an IB pass rate of 92% by KFS students, compared to the global average pass rate of 78%

Year

2021

Opening classes for 7th, 8th and 9th graders in the Girls Middles Years Program (MYP)

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES & VISITS

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USA

  • 2002 Participation in Summer Camp with Brown University
  • 2004 Visit by KFS Educational Delegation headed by Secretary-General of King Faisal Foundation to various schools in Boston, New York, and Princeton
  • 2004 Visit by KFS Educational Delegation to distinguished international universities in Switzerland and USA
  • 2016 Participation in the Harvard Leadership Summer Program by 8 students from KFS, under the full sponsorship of the MISK foundation

UNITED KINGDOM

  • 2004 Participation in summer camp with the American School in England
  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2010 Participation in third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, Switzerland, and Britain
  • 2018 Educational trip to London to visit some universities and museums

Korea

  • 2009 Participation in the International Robot Competition

Lebanon

  • 2005 Participation in the Approaching Knowledge in the 21st Century Workshop under the auspices of the United Nations

Germany

  • 2012 Participation in the first Saudi-German Youth Forum on Renewable Energy in Hamburg and Berlin

KSA

  • 2012 Participation in the International Educational Forum and Exhibition, organized by the Ministry of Education
  • 2012 Participation in the National Olympiad
  • 2012 Visit by 3 astronauts; Randolph Bresnik, Scott Kelly & Daniel Brandenstein to KFS during their visit to KSA to attend the Saudi International Space and Aeronautics Technology Conference
  • 2016 Hosting the UK Universities Fair in cooperation with the British Council to introduce students to the admission requirements and the IB admission policy of these universities

Arctic

  • 2005 Participation in Connecting Cultures Arctic Wilderness Expedition

Switzerland

  • 2004 Visit by KFS educational delegation to distinguished international universities in Switzerland and USA
  • 2006 Participation in an educational program at the Leysin American School
  • 2006 Attendance by KFS students in summer camp with the International Union of Muslim Scouts
  • 2010 Participationin third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, Switzerland, and Britain
  • 2018 Educational skiing trip to Switzerland, in cooperation with the CAS program
  • 2018 Participation in Third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, and Switzerland

ITALY

  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2009 Participation in third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, Switzerland, and Britain
  • 2016 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum in Genoa
  • 2018 Participation in Third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, and Switzerland

MOROCCO

  • 2008 Second KFS Summer Recreational Program to Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain

SPAIN

  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain

France

  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2018 Participation in Third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, and Switzerland

UAE

  • 2014 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum in Abu Dhabi
  • 2018 Participation in the Model United Nations (MUN) conference at the American University in Dubai

Taiwan

  • 2015 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum

Greece

  • 2015 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum in Thessaloniki

USA

  • 2002 Participation in Summer Camp with Brown University
  • 2004 Visit by KFS Educational Delegation headed by Secretary-General of King Faisal Foundation to various schools in Boston, New York, and Princeton
  • 2004 Visit by KFS Educational Delegation to distinguished international universities in Switzerland and USA
  • 2016 Participation in the Harvard Leadership Summer Program by 8 students from KFS, under the full sponsorship of the MISK foundation

UNITED KINGDOM

  • 2004 Participation in summer camp with the American School in England
  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2010 Participation in third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, Switzerland, and Britain
  • 2018 Educational trip to London to visit some universities and museums

Korea

  • 2009 Participation in the International Robot Competition

Lebanon

  • 2005 Participation in the Approaching Knowledge in the 21st Century Workshop under the auspices of the United Nations

Germany

  • 2012 Participation in the first Saudi-German Youth Forum on Renewable Energy in Hamburg and Berlin

KSA

  • 2012 Participation in the International Educational Forum and Exhibition, organized by the Ministry of Education
  • 2012 Participation in the National Olympiad
  • 2012 Visit by 3 astronauts; Randolph Bresnik, Scott Kelly & Daniel Brandenstein to KFS during their visit to KSA to attend the Saudi International Space and Aeronautics Technology Conference
  • 2016 Hosting the UK Universities Fair in cooperation with the British Council to introduce students to the admission requirements and the IB admission policy of these universities

Arctic

  • 2005 Participation in Connecting Cultures Arctic Wilderness Expedition

Switzerland

  • 2004 Visit by KFS educational delegation to distinguished international universities in Switzerland and USA
  • 2006 Participation in an educational program at the Leysin American School
  • 2006 Attendance by KFS students in summer camp with the International Union of Muslim Scouts
  • 2010 Participationin third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, Switzerland, and Britain
  • 2018 Educational skiing trip to Switzerland, in cooperation with the CAS program
  • 2018 Participation in Third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, and Switzerland

ITALY

  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2009 Participation in third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, Switzerland, and Britain
  • 2016 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum in Genoa
  • 2018 Participation in Third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, and Switzerland

MOROCCO

  • 2008 Second KFS Summer Recreational Program to Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain

SPAIN

  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain

France

  • 2008 Participation in second Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, Morocco, Spain, and Britain
  • 2018 Participation in Third Summer Recreational Program in Italy, France, and Switzerland

UAE

  • 2014 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum in Abu Dhabi
  • 2018 Participation in the Model United Nations (MUN) conference at the American University in Dubai

Taiwan

  • 2015 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum

Greece

  • 2015 Participation of KFS delegation in the Model United Nations Forum in Thessaloniki

GRADUATES OF THE KFS

Cohort 2019-2020

Admitted to Alfaisal University
Admitted to Private & Public Universities in the Kingdom
Admitted to Universities in the US
Admitted to Universities in the UK
Admitted to Universities in Canada
Admitted to Universities in the Gulf States
Admitted to Universities in Europe
Admitted to Universities in Arab Countries
Considered other options

A STUDENT-CENTERED BODY

DEDICATED FACULTY
COLLEGE ADMISSION GUIDAN
INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
SOCIALLY COMMITTED
ACTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

KFS students enjoy the highest standards of education with qualified and well-trained educators from all over the world. Specialized in several majors, KFS teachers constantly undergo training workshops and programs on and off campus to remain up-to-date, and thus, properly deliver a rigorous educational program.

KFS is keen on offering students informed orientation to guide them after they graduate. It has set up the College Admission Office where students have access to career-related books and study materials and can consult an advisor about solving problems as well as setting goals. The Office also organizes educational summer camps.

KFS students are offered several opportunities to connect with international cultures and exchange knowledge. Numerous delegations from Europe, the USA, as well as the Middle and the Far East have visited the campus, and KFS students have participated in many recreational camps in European and American countries.Since 2008, KFS has also been offering summer enrichment IB courses at Oxford and Cambridge to students in grades 11 and 12, in cooperation with Oxford Study Courses (OSC/UK).

KFS students are constantly encouraged to be actively involved in their community. Therefore, according to IB standards, KFS developed the “Creativity, Action, and Service” Program which is awarded as a stand-alone certificate and motivates students to demonstrate their creativity, participate in sports, and carry out social service activities.Social service is also an essential component of the IB MYP program.

Students develop at both the educational and physical levels throughout their academic years at KFS. In addition to their studies, they get to take part in a variety of sports activities. Students can also participate in summer programs, races, and events that allow them a break from their ample schedule and an opportunity to stay fit and energetic. Also, KFS conducts sports tournaments regularly, and is an active member of the International School Sports League in Riyadh (ISSLR).

ISTBL-R. Riyadh International School Table Tennis League
Primary School Swimming Competition
Skiing in the Alps. Students Trip to Switzerland
Water Rockets Experiment Part of Practical Science Class for Primary School Students.
KFS Celebrating the UN Arabic Language Day
Primary School Students at Recess
KFS Participation in MUN, St. Petersburg, Russia. 2017
Out in the open Visual Art class
Primary School Students in self-defense class
KFS Participation in Making Riyadh Green Campaign
Preschool Father-Son Sport Day
The Annual International Day Event with the participation of more than twenty embassies and Saudi societies
HRH Prince Turki Alfaisal visit of KFS Charity Bazaar
KG's visit to Civil Defense
Our students in the class while maintaining a safe distance and wearing masks.
Our students during a class in the lab.
Students participating in the 100th Day of School Celebration.
Preparations for the opening of the MYP stage in the Girls’ School.
In a classroom where the teacher explains the lesson to the student.
A photo session.
Students practicing PE activities of the sports day | 2019.
An experimenting class in the lab.
Celebrating 100 Days of School.
The PYP Bicycle Annual Race.
Swimming Championship for Grade 8 | 2019
Student Activity.
Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony.
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CONTACT

King Faisal School
P.O. Box: 94558
Riyadh: 11614
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel. (KSA): +966 11 4820802
Fax: +966 11 4821521
Email: kfs@kfs.sch.sa