High School/Middle School Boys
How incredible! Through the use of 26 letters, humans have the ability to construct, communicate, and learn almost an infinite amount of meanings. Surely, there is no greater Blessing and Trust than that of education.
Shaikh Zayed, our great visionary leader, may God bless his soul, said "The real asset of any advanced nation is its people, especially the educated ones, and the prosperity and success of the people are measured by the standard of their education."
Indeed, it is through the educational process we seek to guide our young men towards prosperity and success. Propelled by an American Curriculum grounded in Common Core Standards and enriched with the 21st Century Skills framework, our young men are learning to unlock the doors of tomorrow’s problems, today.
Furthermore, we prepare our young men to compete in top universities and an increasingly competitive global job market, we infuse them with noble responsibility of serving their nation and human kind. As a famous scholar once said, “Our classroom has no walls.”
For these reason, our team of educators strive inside and outside of the classroom to balance intellectual growth with personal development. It is from within our school do our future fathers and leaders thrive.
Driven by the belief that values give meaning to our lives, our Boys Section is diligent about ensuring academic and personal success for each student. This includes assurance that all students’ academic as well as social, psychological, physical, cognitive, spiritual, cultural, and emotional needs are satisfied and met.
One of our strongest welfare systems, the Class Advisers program facilitates students’ easy access to brotherly attention, advice, and care.
Value of the Month continues to be one of our strongest personal development programs, permeating students’ experiences at school at all levels, including hallway decorations, morning assembly themes, advising period curriculum, disciplinary approaches, and motivation awards.
As our boys grow into young men, we are keen to provide positive outlets for growth and skills development. Throughout the year, we offer a range of activities through individual or group guidance sessions, workshops and awareness lectures, extracurricular activities, field trips, and reward systems. Major annual events include National Day Celebration, Future Entrepreneur Day, Sports Day, Book Fair, STEAM Fair, and many more.
As for older boys, a range of college/career guidance is offered through presentations, university visits, and career conventions. Our students are introduced to a variety of lucrative government and private sector scholarship programs. Our open door policy means that our team of college counselor, teachers, and supervisors are always ready to offer support and guidance.