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Dear ISG Dammam School Families,
Thank you to all the families that were able to make their appointments to our second Parent Teacher Conference day. It was good to see so many of you. The second PTC always reminds me that the end of school is not that far away and that we all still have a lot of work to do! Also it is a stark milestone in the school year that foreshadows all the rest of the many activities left to squeeze into these few weeks: Study Study trips; Greece and Russia, SAIK-AC tournaments at all levels, MUN (Model United Nations) trip to St. Petersburg, Art Exhibition, Grade 2-9 MAP Testing, Advanced Placement Tests, SPEAK OUT NHS & NJHS Induction to name a few.
We are working on next year's schedule to meet the Ministry of Education's guidelines concerning Arabic Language, Islamic Culture, and Kingdom History. We will be tweaking the schedule a bit to make sure that we are in compliance. This should not make a huge difference in most respects.
Congratulations in advance and to many of our seniors who have been accepted into colleges of their choice already this spring. A number of students' applications are still pending. These will be sorted soon and no doubt, our students will choose great places for themselves.
We are knocking on Spring Break! Stay focused!
ISG Dammam Principal
WELCOME TO ISG DAMMAM
ISG - Dammam is a not-for-profit institution organized for the education of the expatriate population. The school opened on July 20, 1985 with an enrollment of 150 students. At present ISG - Dammam offers Pre-school to High School and has over 1,300 students representing over 35 different nationalities.
ISG - Dammam employs teachers from countries representing the nationalities of the student population. The student population is made up of 40 nationalities including: American, Canadian, British, Pakistani, Egyptian, Indian, Lebanese, Filipino, Sudanese, Jordanian, South African, and others.
A support staff provides professional services to help carry out non-instructional elements of the school program. All ISG- Dammam educators participate in a strong professional development program.