Welcome to our private schools for boys and girls in Jeddah

Our Mission

Our mission is to prepare our students to achieve higher degrees of education , and to continue the modernization and to keep on pace with the global progress through an ethical and educational environment because the name of our school is (Dar AlTarbia AlHaditha ).


This section includes nine main classrooms equipped with appropriate environment suited the age-group from 3-5 years. For classrooms for 2nd Kindergarten and one classroom for 1st kindergarten...

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The International Section was established in 1430 H and is a branch of Dar Al-Tarbia Schools accredited by AdvancED . The International Section applies the American curriculum in addition...

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Dar Al-Tarbia Al-Hadetha School began as a modern pioneer idea adopted by Her Royal Highness Princess Jawhara bint Saud Al-Kabeer "God rest her soul " in 1387 AH ,When Her Royal Highness ...

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Grateful thanks for God, and prayer and peace be upon Mohammed bin Abdullah Allah the honorable human among the whole creations and the God's mercy to the world.Thanks for God who taught by the pen, taught human...

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Events and activities

The students activities have made Dar Al- Tarbia Al-Hadetha Private Schools integrated community, to train young people on the lives of communities in different types, in its firm , fun and experiences. Activities inspire the spirit of community, and train students on a consultation and collective cooperation and mutual understanding and collective leadership. They also support students personalities as they suffer from challenges, and what they have met with problems, and endure the responsibilities, and help them to taste of the value of that effort and teamwork.

Congratulation Boys Pre-Elementary
Participation Kindergarten Section
a trip to Rawayie Almaktabat Kindergarten Section
a trip to Fakieh Aquarium Kindergarten Section
Sumo Robot Competition Girls Secondary
Bedc initiative Girls Secondary
An idea may make a fuss Girls Secondary
Sumo Robot Competition Boys Secondary
Congratulation Girls Intermediate
LEGO Competition Boys Pre-Elementary
Arabic calligraphy contest Boys Pre-Elementary
Madrasty Program International Section
Sport Day International Section
trip International Section
ALTAJER ALSAGHER International Section
Congratulation Girls Intermediate
The Letter Race Girls Intermediate
Congratulation Girls Intermediate
Ecco Centre Field Trip International Section
National Girls Intermediate
National Girls Intermediate
honoured Boys Intermediate
school activities Boys Elementary
Tedx Competition Girls Intermediate
Jeddah Art Competition Boys Intermediate
Career Day International Section
Grand Parents Day International Section
Honouring the student Boys Elementary
Arabic language Olympiad Girls Secondary
English Language Labs
Numbers Meaningful
Talent and Creativity Centre

Why Accreditation?

Accreditation is a voluntary method of quality assurance developed more than 100 years ago by American universities and secondary schools. The goal of accreditation is to evaluate, verify, and improve an institution’s quality.

Accredited schools need to make decisions to see results and they also need to external audits that assess their performance and welcome feedback from the peer.

Why is Accreditation Important?

Accreditation is important because it:

  • • Helps determine if an institution meets or exceeds minimum standards of quality.
  • • Helps students determine acceptable institutions for enrollment.
  • • Assist institutions in determining acceptability of transfer credits.
  • • Helps employers determine the validity of programs of study and whether a graduate is qualified. Employers often require evidence that applicants have received a degree from an accredited school or program.
  • • Helps employers determine eligibility for employee tuition reimbursement programs
  • • Enables graduates to sit for certification examinations.
  • • Involves stafff, faculty, students, graduates, and advisory boards in institutional evaluation and planning.
  • • Creates goals for institutional self-improvement.
  • • Provides a self-regulatory alternative for state oversight functions.
  • • Provides a basis for determining eligibility for federal student assistance. Students must attend an accredited institution to apply for federal grants or loans.