|Al Jazeera International School Dammam|
The Al Jazeera International School Dammam, formerly the Philippine School in Dammam (PSD) is a non-stock educational corporation established in 1995 with host government permit 268/S issued on 19 June 1999. The school was created to cater the educational needs of the children of Filipino expatriates in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. It offered complete Philippine educational curriculum from nursery to high school.
The renaming of the PSD to Al Jazeera International School Dammam, was an initiative of the school owner, Princess Jawaher, who coordinated the renaming with the Saudi Ministry of Education in 2005.
The Al Jazeera International School Dammam adapts to the constantly changing educational environment for the fulfillment of its goal to make the children of Filipino expatriates excel in their field of endeavor and to provide a genuine quality education in this part of the globe.
The Al Jazeera International School Dammam provides affordable quality education to the Filipino community and maintains its services at the highest standard.
It strives to be an ideal school away from home recognized for its dedication to quality and honest performance of its services and an institution where the pupils/students, parents, suppliers, donors, representatives of the host country and the Philippines, and its management, faculty / staff are treated fairly and honestly.