Based in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Abdul Rahman Kanoo International School is a bilingual co-educational school which teaches over 2200 students and has received joined accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Council of International Schools, being the first school in the country to do so.
Split into sections from Preschool to Secondary School levels, the Abdul Rahman Kanoo School incorporates a range of curricula including the Cambridge International Primary Programme for use at a Preschool Level, the International Primary Curriculum at the Elementary School level and the Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme at the Middle School level. Throughout the grades between these levels (1 to 8), the Universal Concept of Mental Arithmetic System is implemented to help the student develop better mental arithmetic skills, as well as the Arabic Second Language department to assist those who are not native speakers of Arabic to learn the language.
Following this in Grades 9 and 10, the International General Certificate of Secondary Education is used, and then in the last two Grades, 11 and 12, students may choose between the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and the Advanced Subsidiary. Many extra-curricular activities and programmes are also available to help develop the student’s overall skillset and cognitive skills.
The Abdul Rahman Kanoo International School believes in contributing to the development of both the local and international communities alike in a positive manner, due to this, many of its extra-curricular activities features community service of varying types which additionally help to develop the student further, allowing them to understand virtues such as responsibility and empathy with their communities and fellow human beings.
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