School History

Originally contracted by the Royal Commission to serve expatriate families in the Jubail Industrial City area, ISG Jubail was established in 1978 as Jubail Academy.

The Senior class of 2016 marked ISG Jubail School’s first graduating class.

In 2018, the school has got the International Baccalaureate Program accreditation.

The school is part of the International Schools Group (ISG) Dhahran District and has a student population ranging in age from three years through 18 years – Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. Currently, over 750 students from around 40 different countries are enrolled. The nationalities predominantly represented are American, Canadian, Indian, Malaysian, British and South African.

International Schools Group (ISG) is an independent, non-profit organization operating coeducational day schools in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With six schools located in the Eastern Province, ISG offers a choice of an American, British or International curriculum for students in preschool through high school. American schools in the ISG system are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Council of International Schools, and the British schools are accredited by British Schools Overseas and British Schools in the Middle East. The organization’s first school was established in 1962 for children of American Consulate staff; today ISG serves 4,600 students from over 50 countries.