International Indian School, Dammam

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International Indian School Dammam
International Indian School Dammam logo.jpg
Rakah Al Shamaliyah, Eastern Province, 31952
Saudi Arabia
Type Public
Motto In Quest Of Excellence
Founded 10 October 1982 (1982-10-10)
Sister school
Session 1 April to 31 March
Principal EK Mohammed Shaffe
Faculty 1,000
Gender Male and female
Age 3 to 17[1]
Number of students 19,542
Classes KG-12
Medium of language English
Campuses 2[2]
Area 39,659 sq. mtrs[2]
Affiliation CBSE

The International Indian School Dammam (IISD), formerly Indian Embassy School Dammam (IESD), was founded on 10 October 1982. The school started operations exclusively to provide quality education to Indian children located in and around Ad-Dammam and Al-Khobar in Saudi Arabia. The medium of instruction is English.

It is affiliated to the CBSE and has three streams in 11th and 12th – Science, Commerce and Humanities.

International Indian School Dammam has two sections - Boys Section and Girls Section.

Boys section[edit]


Boys Senior Secondary Section - Headmaster - Dr Mohd Irfan Waheed


Boys Secondary Section- Headmaster - Mr John Joseph


Boys Middle Section - Headmaster - Mr.Lawrence Varghese


Upper Primary Boys Section - Headmaster - Mr Mohammed Ismail


Kindergarten - Headmistress - Ms Sabina Sajid

Girls Section[edit]


Girls Secondary Section - Headmistress - Ms Tamkin Majida


Girls Middle Section - Head Mistress - Ms Thasneem Muneer Ahmed


Upper Primary Girls Section - Headmistress - Ms Memoona Tabassum


Preparatory Section - Headmistress - Ms Sadiqua Wahid


  1. ^ Hussain, Sadiq (2 April 2016). "IISD: A unique school with exceptional achievements". Saudi Gazette. Retrieved 15 January 2017. 
  2. ^ a b "School Profile". International Indian School Dammam. Retrieved 15 January 2017. 

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