New Middle East International School, Riyadh

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New Middle East International School, Riyadh
Saudi Arabia
Type Private
Motto "a school that is committed to excellence"[1]
Established 1998
Director Farah Al Mutib
Principal Tabassum Farooqi
Grades Nursery- Grade 12
Gender Co-educational
Language English

The New Middle East International School is an international school in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The school was established in 1998 and has about 3,900 students, mostly from Riyadh's Indian and Pakistani community.[citation needed] It offers both the Indian Central Board of Secondary Education and the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education curriculums in the Asian Section. Moreover,Cambridge International Examination (CIE)curriculum in AS and A Level classes.[2] The school has classes from Nursery to Grade 12.[3]

Campus and facilities[edit]

The New Middle East International School is situated in the Riyadh suburb of Sulaimania. It includes five large compounds and 400 classrooms. The school has six libraries, with some 200 books,two science laboratories in total, four computer laboratories and four art rooms.[citation needed] It is divided into an Asian and an American section.[citation needed]