Akademiat Aalam Jeddah International School

(JWA) is a private, independent, international, non-discriminative, selective, English-medium day school serving both, the local and expatriate communities in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. JWA has a co-educational system from Nursery till KG-3, a segregated one from G1 to G3 and a girls section for G4 till 12.  It is operating legally under the supervision of the Ministry of Education under the License Number. 4341440089

Located in Basateen District, the school serves as an ideal site for teaching and learning.

JWA was founded in the year 2011 and is managed by an administration of talented and dedicated faculty starting from The Director, Vice Director, Academic Coordinators and others. Everyone has an important role to play, whether it is students, teachers, staff, or administrators. Each faculty member strives to lay emphasis on the seriousness of academics integrated with the physical, social, and moral growth of our students. The most significant task of our faculty is to pay attention towards such areas where each student can attain his/her utmost potential.

The school offers a number of services to all students to ensure that each individual student is given the appropriate opportunity to grow in a safe environment.

JWA facilities include:

* Specialized Science Laboratory
* Canteen
* Sport Courts. (Indoor /Outdoor)
* Computer Lab
* School Clinic
* Mosque
* Library and Learning Resources Room
* Activity (Corner) Room for Kindergarten students

Our staff is well qualified and experienced to work with young people in a variety of teaching and learning situations throughout the school system. Some of our faculty members have recent experience of teaching in Jeddah or elsewhere, and others are new to living and working in the Kingdom. Our faculty comprises of various nationalities with varied educational expertise and this gives us an important mix of experiences that helps to enrich the educational provision for our students.

The school’s community incorporates students of diverse backgrounds whose parents’ main priority is giving their children the best education they can afford.
The school year is divided into three terms following the ministry of education directives. Report cards are issued at the end of each term.