Al-Ibdaa International School was found in 2001 by Omani investors with the support of the Youth Fund and the Oman Development Bank. The school building occupies a prime location in the central governorate of Muscat, Bousher, South Ghubrah.
Al-Ibdaa International School opened in september 2001 with 330 students in 16 classes from Kindergarten throough to the tenth grade.
Currently the school has more than 800 students distributed in to 37 classrooms from Kindergarten throough to the twelfth grade... Six classes of students from the twelfth grade have already graduated. Students according to the curricula adopted by the Ministry of Education, and two batches of students have graduated from the Bilingual Program, and graduated the first batgh of high School Diploma in May 2012.
Al-Ibdaa International School is an Omani educational instituton that combines tradition and modernily, by keeping track of educational policy in accordance with it methodology and clear vision.
It's a bilingual school that applies the ministerial curricula for Arabic and also applies the American International Curriculum accredited by the Ministry of Education.