High school is one of the most important educational stages in student's life, as it is a transition from public education to higher education. High school is important for the admission to the university, where the student goes through Qudurat and Tahsili tests, which are two of the basic requirements for universities. High school is also the phase that shapes the student’s personality and determines his future trends.
Therefore, students should realize and plan for requirements of the high school, and this cannot be achieved unless there is a competent team of educators and administrators that is able to lead, plan, implement and constantly innovate.
In the High School National Boys of Riyadh Schools, we are proud as the school provides students with programs, courses and services that enhance their abilities and make them achieve their aspirations. In addition to self-development programs, academic support and e-learning tools and skills, we also offer scientific, cultural and sport programs that meet the students’ needs, improve their skills, and take them to the 21st century world.
Riyadh Schools for boys and girls adopts the Ministry of Education’s curriculums in the national stream from grades 1-12. In addition to that, Riyadh Schools also adopts an advanced curriculum in English Language that is compatible with the California Core Standards and the progress of students in English is assessed using WIDA tests. Moreover, Riyadh Schools has added some enrichment material in Arabic Language, such as free reading and creative writing. Riyadh Schools also applies the 21th century skills rubrics as these are common skills that will be needed for the future labor market. The national stream has been accredited by AdvancED.
If a student is unable to attend school, parent(s)/guardian(s) are required to call the school before 7:30 AM on each day of the absence or obtain approval before the absence. Disciplinary action will be taken against the student if the school is not notified.
In exceptional cases, students may be granted authorised leave from school for one of the following reasons: