The Royal College International School is a part of Al-Hussan Education & Training network
HISTORY OF ALHUSSAN EDUCATION &TRAINING:
The tradition of Al-Hussan Education in Saudi Arabia began in 1956 when Sheikh Abdel Aziz Rashid Al-Hussan started the Arab Cultural Institute for Adult Education. In the following year Al-Hussan Modern Girls School, the first girls’ school in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia was opened. Today there are nineteen schools and other educational institutes throughout the Eastern Province rated among the best in Saudi Arabia, with enrolment of over 10,000 students.
Today his son Rashid Abdel Aziz Al-Hussan is the president of the Al-Hussan Group of companies continuing his father’s vision of ‘Education for All’. The Al-Hussan International Schools are the most recent addition to the organization and although young in age they have grown steadily.
Al Hussan Vision
Leadership in education excellence
Al Hussan Mission
To provide outstanding education based on international standards
RCIS is an outstanding educational institution that inspires excellence and prepares leaders
Our mission is to provide our learners with a distinctive learning environment that builds knowledge, instills skills, and cultivates character.
At RCIS we believe that every student has a unique learning style;
- In using a variety of student-centered teaching and assessment techniques to build on each students’ learning style
- In creating a climate of high expectation for success from all stakeholders.
- That our students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and skills, using high-order thinking and problem solving techniques.
- In preparing students to become well rounded young people, ready to meet the challenges in an ever-changing world.
- That students will be able to transfer to other countries and/or systems, schools or universities, knowing that a firm foundation in knowledge, skills and values have been acquired.
- In professional development which leads to life-long learning
- In parents as partners in improving students’ learning.
- That the school has a collaborative responsibility with the community.
- That the health and safety of our students is the responsibility of all stakeholders.
- That our students should develop an appreciation, tolerance, compassion and respect for the rights and cultures of all people.
- That the multi-cultural diversity of our students is an asset.
- In honoring the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by not discriminating against anyone on the basis of race, color, sex, language, religion, national or social origin or other status.