International School of KSAFH-NWR Tabuk

International School of KSAFH-NWR Tabuk
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Location
Coordinates28°19′26″N 36°38′40″E / 28.323782°N 36.644512°E / 28.323782; 36.644512
Information
Established1999
Enrollment11,891
Websitebritishinternationalschool.co.uk

International School of KSAFH-NWR Tabuk, formerly the British International School of Tabuk is a school situated in the city of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia. It is the property of North West Armed Forces Hospital (NWAFH).[1] The school was known as "Tabuk International School" until the late 1990s, when the recruitment of British staff and the changing of the school syllabus for the British Education System signaled the change of school's name.

Recently, the school has changed its name again to the "International School of King Salman North West Armed Forces Hospital (KSAFH), Tabuk". The school provides primary, secondary, and higher education in accordance with the British curriculum, including IGCSE and A Levels. The school has about 9,475 students aged 4 to 19.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2020-04-04. Retrieved 2018-03-19.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "About School – THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF KSAFH-NWR TABUK".
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