Dar Jana International School was established in 1999 with a modest enrollment of 23 students.

The school was named after the remote and biodiverse island of Jana, a gem off the Northeast coast of Jubail. It wasn’t long before Dar Jana expanded from a small early childhood program to a Boys and Girls school to accommodate our growing enrollment demand.

Our legacy is in our students, especially our graduates who have matriculated to demanding universities and alumni who are making their mark by being contributive global citizens.

  • 1999
    Year of Establishment

    1999 - 2004: Building the foundations through implementing strong learning model and recruitment of qualified team

  • 2004
    First Graduating Class

    2004 - 2010: Transforming from conventional school to a school with mission and quality standards

  • 2005
    First Accreditation with CITA and SAT Test Center

    2005 - 2010: Putting in place an Improvement Plan that resulted in enhanced student performance in standardized tests

  • 2012
    Expansion of School Facilities and inauguration of Heraa Campus

    2012 - 2016: High investment in building capacity, professional development, and IT infrastructure

  • 2016
    Establishment of corporate structure to ensure sustainability, standardization, and growth

    2016 - 2019: Quality assurance system between all campuses to maintain uniformity and standardization

  • 2019
    Reopening Schools in response to pandemic using a flexible learning model

    2019 - 2021: Implementing pedagogies and processes that ensure the delivery of the same learning experience in different learning environments

  • 2022
    Introducing the Chromebook

    Introducing blended learning, also known as “hybrid learning,” combines the benefits of online learning with the proven effectiveness of classroom learning.