ABOUT DAWHAT AL-JAZEERA SCHOOL
Dawhat Al-Jazeera is a school that strives to develop a love for learning in each student. Founded in 1966, Dawhat Al-Jazeera School (DJS) made a very humble beginning with a limited number of students, staff and infrastructural facilities in a makeshift area.
The objective of establishing the school was to impart quality education to the children of Saudi nationals residing in Jeddah. DJS has evolved considerably over the years.
Today it offers an inspiring and well-rounded international education to students in classes from KG – Grade 12. The school is approved and licensed by the Ministry of Education, Saudi Arabia and is affiliated to the American Curriculum Program.
There is a strong emphasis in teaching students to live in the Islamic faith. DJS is the place for students who are willing to accept the challenge of excellence, dedicated to becoming global citizens with pride in their culture and an appreciation for the cultures of the world.
The transformation from a school that only followed national curriculum to a school bustling with about 495 students (Arabic and International Department) in just ten years bears testimony to its phenomenal growth and the school’s commitment to excellence.
HISTORY DAWHAT AL-JAZEERA SCHOOL
DJS was established in 1966. Opened International Section in 2008, which is fully CITA accredited.
The School first accredited by Advanced in 2013-2014. It provides broad-based Pearson curriculum from KG- Grade12 with high moral values and total integrity with Islamic values.
DJS moved to its present site in 2001 and spreads over an area of more than 3000 square meters. The school offers all the facilities to create the right environment and ambiance for growing minds. Spacious classrooms with projectors, Science labs, library, three IT labs, Auditorium, art room, cafeteria, a large playground and school clinic are all noticeable features of the school.