An enriched American curriculum for Pre-KG to grade 12 students.
• The curriculum is aligned to the California Common Core Standards (CCCS) and the Ministry of Education standards.
• The UAE vision, culture, and national identity is deeply embedded in our Arabic, Islamic, Social Studies and Moral education programs.
• Wellbeing and Happiness activities to support the curriculum
The success of our program is based on:
• Our community’s rich and diverse ideas, values, and experiences.
• Strong knowledge and commitment to educational best practices.
• Commitment to continuous learning and professional development.
• Collaboration and teamwork across the school and the participation of our alumni and school community.
• Each student the opportunity to maximize his/her potentials for social and academic growth.
• A caring, nurturing, and safe learning environment that is built on mutual respect and encourages self-confidence.
We believe that:
• Learning and the IPS-J school experience are improved when parents are actively engaged in the learning of their child(ren).
• Each student is unique and can reach their potential.
• Our students must develop the skills and understandings that will enable them to become innovators, life-long learners, problem solvers, global thinkers, and guardians of their culture and heritage.
Learning is a process that transforms learners’ knowledge and skills, inspiring them to
become autonomous learners, inquisitive knowledge seekers, explorers, discoverers and
doers. Learners collaborate and communicate using information through: questioning
knowledge critically, researching and reflecting on their own learning in order to apply their
acquired knowledge and skills innovatively in new situations.
It is a mindset that encourages and motivates learners to accept and understand different
cultural backgrounds and traditions where respecting diversities is the core of their
It is the ideology of learners being globally mindful, helping them become global citizens and
thinkers, where they transfer their learning to universal situations.