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Mathematics Curriculum

The mathematics program laid the groundwork for mathematical literacy from an early age.  Our students are introduced to strands in calculations, algebra, data and probability, geometry, measurement, numeration, patterns, and functions.

 The course sequencing is designed to produce mathematically literate people who:

•Value mathematics.
•Communicate mathematical ideas orally and in writing.
•Reason mathematically.
•Understand mathematical vocabulary.
•Practice with real world situations.

Science Curriculum

Our science program embraces the philosophy and premise of the US Common Core Standards (CSS) and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

Our goals for science KG-G9 are to educate students who can:

  • Experience the richness and excitement of understanding the natural world and doing science as scientists.
  • Use appropriate habits of mind and understandings of the nature of science and scientific principles in making personal decisions.
  • Engage intelligently in public discourse and debate about matters of scientific and technological concern.

English Language Arts

Our comprehensive, research-based program follows the US Common Core Standards (CSS) with a balanced literacy approach for reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Our focus on literacy begins in the nursery and continues through KG-G9 with increased complexity.

Our program prepares students for SAT/ACT Success with these features:

  • High-quality informational, narrative, and opinion/argument texts.
  • Differentiated to provide individualized instruction.
  • Builds foundational skills such as phonics, word study and fluency to produce proficient readers.
  • Provides opportunities for students to develop collaborative conversations.
  • Develops writers by teaching process and writing sources.
  • Offers English as a Second Language for all grades.


Modern Global International Schools give great attention to teaching Arabic and Islamic Studies as an essential part of our core curriculum subjects. We follow the Ministry of Education (KSA Subjects) curriculum for Islamic studies, Arabic Language, and Social Studies.

MGIS also offers Arabic as a Second Language for all non-native speakers.

The KSA curriculum objectives include:

  • Students learn and understand the fundamentals of reading, writing, speaking, and listening through communicative teaching strategies.
  • Students engage in a variety of interactive learning methodologies that include questioning and answering techniques, analyzing the meaning of the words, and participating in performance activities.
  • Students study and practice grammatical and spelling rules that will enable them to easily apply those rules in assignments, class activities, and in real life situations.
  • Students learn the essentials of Islamic Studies
  • Memorization and recitation of the Holy Quran.


Technology serves as a transformative instrument within the classroom environment, eliciting enthusiasm and fostering engagement among students. Its utilization is instrumental in augmenting instructional methodologies and is seamlessly integrated into all implementations of the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP).

Students benefit from access to Chromebooks equipped with a suite of educational applications curated by Google for educational purposes.

Ensuring equitable access to cutting-edge technological resources, all students are provided with state-of-the-art tools, including Chromebooks tailored to a 1:1 device-to-student ratio. Additionally, an array of online curriculum materials and learning resources are made available, complemented by streamlined parent communication channels.

The incorporation of immersive educational technologies facilitates learning through interactive modalities, thereby equipping students with the requisite skills to meet academic standards while simultaneously enhancing their proficiency in computer literacy.