Dream International Schools (DIS) was founded in the year (2013) under license No. (4350140105). DIS provides an outstanding academic education specially designed for expatriates in Saudi Arabia. We aim to provide our students a long lasting and satisfying learning experience by challenging them to reach their highest potential through our strong curriculum and activities.
DIS is a private school, owned by the founder Mr.Naser Abdulla Alkharji under the license number (4350140105). The Boy’s section is managed by Mr.Waleed Abdullah Alkharji who is authorized to sign the legal documents related to the ministry of Foreign Education and the girl’s section is managed by the School’s principal Mrs.Manal Almohelib.
The recent Schools campus is located in Nozha area, the heart of the city. The Schools was started with the strength of (65) students up to (Grade 3) with total of (10) staff members. The original Schools campus was in one building with 12 classrooms.
In (2014) the Schools had expanded its facilities and relocated the preparatory Girl’s section in a different campus very close to kindergarten, primary and Preparatory girl’s section. Both Schools campuses have, total of (26) classrooms, one computer lab, one science lab, library, media center, and (3) playgrounds. Now we are a community of approximately (500) students with an average of (22) students per class with around (80) staff members imparting education up to high Schools level.
The Schools is committed to provide quality education to students irrespective of caste, creed and nationality. The Schools accepts all those students who wish to obtain modern education based on technology.
Dream International Schools (DIS) is committed to excellence in providing an educational program based on American curriculum. In addition to classes in English, mathematics, social studies, Arabic and science we also offer courses in art, computer, French, and physical education.
There are three divisions: elementary Schools (Pre-Kindergarten, 2, 3), Primary Schools (Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), and Preparatory Schools (Grades 7, 8, 9).
The curriculum prepares students for post-secondary education or employment, while reflecting an international perspective. The teaching style, curriculum, and Schools calendar are compatible with the American educational system. English is the language of instruction in the Schools.
learning. By using technology as a tool, teachers, administrators, and support staff are more efficient and effective in facilitating and managing the learning environment and fostering lifelong learning. We aim to give our students a long lasting and satisfying learning experience by challenging them to reach their highest potential through our strong curriculum and activities.