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Download the Special Needs Profile (Spring 2023 Special Needs Saudi Arabia, Jeddah) for this school to learn more about their capability to support students with exceptionalities.


The American International School of Jeddah (AISJ) is a private, community day school, which offers an American educational program to students from pre-kindergarten through grade 12. American passport holders have priority admission status and make up close to 15.3% of the student body. AISJ serves more than 1,000 students, representing over 40 nationalities, on a single campus located five minutes away from the Red Sea in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The school year consists of two semesters, the first from August to the end of January and the second from early February to mid-June.

This is intended to provide general information. Prospective users of the schools may wish to inquire further of A/OPR/OS or contact the school directly for more specific and up-to-the-minute information. Information and statistics are current as of March 2023 and provided by the school.

NOTE: School situations can change quickly, particularly as schools face cutbacks to learning support programs due to the pandemic, unrest, and economic uncertainty. For the most current information, work with the REO and school. Information in this document was collected by the Department of State’s Office of Overseas Schools directly from the school in spring 2023 and shows the availability of services rather than an assessment of the quality of the services. The profile is intended as a jumping off point for a conversation with the REO and school to understand the best fit for your child. Definitions may vary school to school.

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