Al Tawhid International School

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Al Tawhid International School
General Information
Established: 2004
General Directress: Madam.Zahra A. Khan
School Director: Mr.Dahy Hifzy Alghrieb
OIC Principal: Mrs.Cynthia Prodigalidad
OIC Principal: Mrs.Lubna Adil
Location: Yanbu' al Bahr, Saudi Arabia

Al Tawhid International School (ATIS) is a Philippine & Pakistani-accredited school located in the residential area of the coastal city of Yanbu, Saudi Arabia Licensed by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education (MOE) license n°: 198/S. The student body is divided into three levels: Preschool (Nursery, Junior Prep, Advanced Prep), elementary (grades 1 to 6), and high school (grades 7 to 10).

Brief History[edit]

Al Tawhid International School is a private educational institution, located at Al-bahr in Yanbu, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It got its preliminary license on May 23, 2004, issued by the Saudi Arabian Ministry Of Education with license n°: 198/S, after it complied with all the necessary requirements for opening an international school. The idea of opening an international school came into being due to the increasing demand for schools catering for expatriates' children.

ATIS mission[edit]

The school shall develop the whole being of all learners so as to become well rounded individuals through the efforts of competent, effective and dedicated mentors.[citation needed]


Safety and security[edit]


Al Tawhid International School's students are mostly of 4 different nationalities: Pakistani, Filipino, Jordanian, Egyptian


ATIS has several teachers from the Philippines, Pakistan, Palestine, Russia, India, Europe and Egypt. The administration also includes a school director, registrar, finance clerk and general clerk.


The curriculum consists of the O Levels & the Pakistan Federal Board curriculum.

School celebration[edit]

Each school year, the school observes and celebrates different occasions, such as Acquaintance Party U.N. Day, Linggo ng wika (The Month of the Philippine Language), Sports Festival, The Nutrition Month and Teacher's day.

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