The Advance Diploma Program (ADP) at Dhahran Ahliyya Schools aims at providing world-class education with an Arab and Muslim identity. ADP is a four-year program that goes from grade 9 to grade 12, and targets at preparing secondary students to join the best universities in Saudi Arabia and around the world.
The program is designed to provide students with adequate, challenging, and balanced opportunities in studying religion, languages, social studies, math, sciences, computer, art, physical education, and other topics.
Additionally, the program engages students in structured research opportunities and community service activities that promote their critical thinking, problem solving, and leadership. All of this is integrated in the student’s learning path, that aims at developing their cognitive capacities, while respecting their individual capabilities, interests, and career choices.
By the end of the four-year ADP, students will be able to take Advanced Placement (AP) exams in many subject areas; and thereby, support their admission to the most prestigious programs and universities in the world.
The program is accredited by the international organization AdvancED, and is licensed by the Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia. DAS ADP is recognized by all universities inside and outside KSA.