Knowledge International School and Knowledge International School are basically one school that was divided into two parts (Arabic and English) and since the English department follows a completely different study and examination system, a separate name was given to the English department as a separate school at the request of the Ministry of Free Education.
Knowledge International School (English Department):
The school was built in 2010 with the accreditation of the Ministry of Free Education in the Libyan state. It adopted the British curricula in teaching and foreign cadres qualified to teach and have high qualifications. To create a comfortable and integrated learning environment, the school was provided with all facilities that serve the educational process with all its equipment, such as a computer lab, a science lab, and a handicraft workshop. It was also provided The school has a large theater for cultural activities, competitions and student meetings, and clerks meet all scientific needs. The school also has football, basketball and volleyball courts for physical exercise. The school has also provided a restaurant to carry out housekeeping lessons and a swimming pool suitable for use throughout the year. The school has a clinic to monitor the health conditions of students, and the school has provided convenient means of transportation for its students.
Knowledge International School (Arabic Department):
As mentioned, the Arabic department and the English department share the school building and school facilities mentioned above with some common administrative offices. However, the Arabic department differs from the English department in that the first follows the ministry’s curriculum with additional classes (English language, British curriculum, computer, other activities). The English department, which has obtained two foreign and local accreditations, adopts a British curriculum in teaching most of the academic subjects, in addition to the Arabic language and Islamic education subjects of the Ministry’s curriculum as supporting subjects.