Our Early Childhood program puts your child at the center of their learning. We plan our curriculum to be responsive to students’ interests and create meaningful experiences as students participate, inquire, and learn through structured play in our classroom learning centers. These centers are designed to support your child’s overall development and teach problem-solving skills, communication, and independent thinking. At TAISM, we encourage our students to be reflective, open, and offer their own unique insights as they learn and grow.
Our full-day Kindergarten to Grade 5 program gives students a special place where learning, collaboration, participation, and meaningful communication are paramount. We want your child to feel valued and heard, to explore their personal passions and interests, and to be prepared for their educational journey.
Our Middle School program offers a global perspective through an American international education that benefits sixth, seventh, and eighth-graders as they begin to mature and shape their own world views. Learn more about TAISM’s Middle School and how the curriculum can benefit your child.
Our High School program is both rigorous and flexible, and is based on an American International curriculum—including a credit-based diploma and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Our students drive their own learning journey as they prepare for higher education.
Al-Huda School is a private educational institution approved by the Ministry of Education. The School was founded by the late Mrs. Souad bint Abdullah bin Jumaa who was inspired by the famous saying of His Majesty “let there be education even if it is under the shades of trees”. Mrs. Souad has founded the school in (1984) at her own expenses and under her management. The school started as a kindergarten and then included primary stage later. Mrs. Souad has developed Al-Huda school from a rented house in Ruwi to a rented villa in Darsait Hights and then to modern school facilities on a large area at Coastal Darsait which started to receive students in 1998. School Grades : kindergarten First Cycle. Second Cycle.