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Al Forqan Private School's (American Division)   community is made up of a rich mosaic of special individuals who represent our educational organization. 

As such, the school provides for the educational programs, services, and welfare of every member-student, parent, and staff. Clear policies and methods of operation guide and enhance the school and its programs at all levels.

Al Forqan Private School's (American Division)   requires rigor and excellence for its community, both socially and academically. Therefore, we encourage an open, reflective, and secure environment where everyone may develop to their full potential.

Al Forqan Private School (American Division)  for Boys

Al-Hamra District, Third Ring Road, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Telephone: 0125465390

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Message to Stakeholders

Welcome to Al forqan private school (American Division) a school where we make sure that your child is learning well, enjoying life and exceeding expectations. Your child is genuinely at the heart of our school. Therefore, we strive to instill in all our students a love of learning. We know that if this can be achieved, all the rest will follow:  academic success, worthwhile career and fulfilled life.

Our Program:One of three English-language global systems and universally recognized. Rich and rooted in the richness of diversity in educational systems within the United States that allowed the application of global standards of educational quality. A System based on the principle of diversity in scientific fields taking into account the need to cover the core subjects (Arabic Language and Islamic(

Our Curriculum: Al forqan implement modern educational methodologies in an effective manner to enable our students to acquire the skills needed to face a challenging future. Our American Elementary Curriculum is standards – based, derived from The State of Arizona Curriculum, which is transitioning to the Common Core Standards in Language Arts and Math this year. It is designed to focus on concept and skill development providing a broad and balanced curriculum with continuity and progression between grade levels.

Our Activities: Many programs for extracurricular activities are available for students to participate in. We encourage everyone to find something exciting in these programs: School Clubs, Character Building Program, Sport Open Day and library.

Our assessment system:To assure that students are assessed continuously through the school year, the school evaluation of the academic success is not only based on final exams, but also include daily homework, frequent quizzes, tests, class participation and group or individual projects and researches. Parents are as important to us as our students. We believe that parental involvement is vital to the well-being of the students and the school.

School Climate:The school has always maintained an open door policy. Parents are encouraged   and welcomed to visit the school, visit classes, and to participate in the activities and learning that takes place here. The ‘Open Door Policy’ of communication by using a variety of methods: Weekly planner - The Administrative Letters (Email) and SMS - The Schools Website - Parents' Meeting - Individual Parent-Teacher Meeting.

Our teachers and Staff: The teachers and staff at Al Forqan are dedicated to the goal of ensuring that each child is assessed to identify their highest potential, to build upon it and empower them to recognize the latent talents and inherent aptitude within themselves to build unending confidence and strive for the best.

Our school has grown and developed remarkably over the last two years. We are grateful for the support and assistance we received from the general supervisor, administrators, teachers and parents and we hope that this deepen and grow over the coming years. 

Our thanks and best wishes to you all

Al Batool international school (American division) for Girls  

Al Zaher district, Makkah, Saudi Arabia



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Al Forqan Private School and Al Batool Private School (American Division), in keeping with its commitment to excellence, attained its provisional accreditation from the AdvancED /NWAC in 2011 and final accreditation 2013 for five years. The process of accreditation consists of a critically scrutinizing analysis of the school’s curricular, practices, beliefs, site and facilities to ensure that every aspect of the school is in compliance with the standards and quality indicators established  by AdvancED / NWAC .

What does being accredited mean, and why is accreditation important?

Accreditation, at its essence, is a statement of veracity, a certification of trust. Accreditation informs the public and school community that the accredited institution is fully aligned with, approved of, and to standard with regards to a specific set of standards and quality indicators to ensure that it meets the minimum expectations for safety, quality, standards and uniformed compliance with other accredited schools and learning institutions.

Accreditation is a certification to the public that the school is a trustworthy institution of learning and validates the integrity of a school’s program, as well as student transcripts. An accredited school fosters the improvement of the school’s programs and operations to support student learning and assures the school community that the school’s purposes are appropriate and being accomplished through a viable educational program.

In addition to these, accreditation is a way to manage change through regular assessment, planning, implementing, monitoring and reassessments. It assists the school in establishing its priority areas for improvement as a result of the perpetual accreditation cycle that includes school self-assessment of the current educational program for students, insight and perspective from the visiting committee, and regular school staff assessment of progress through the intervening years between full self-studies.

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