Al Alia International Indian School

Al Alia International Indian School, Malaz, Riyadh is a renowned education institution that meets the utmost criterion of academic training.

Profile


Al Alia International Indian School is determinedly dedicated to provide quality and moral based education to the kids and groom them into good citizens. This education institution adopts a widespread syllabus for the development & enlargement of a kid’s persona. The school considers in cultivating the student’s approach & viewpoint which are essentially global & modern. Simultaneously the school provides utmost importance & significance of Indian cultural inheritance and ensures that all its students are aware of their roots, origin through co- curricular actions.


Inception


This renowned education institution was started in 2003, by Mr Thomas Chandy, a Philanthropist & educationist as a contemporary progressive notion English medium institution. The school got relocated from Azizia and currently it is working from its new premises situated at Malaz. At present the school is accommodated in large premises and is well equipped the most sophisticated infrastructure.


Studies scheme

From Class LKG to XII, CBSE Syllabus is followed

In Plus Two Level Science & Commerce streams followed

Amenities


Its infrastructure consists of large corridors, sufficiently ventilated class rooms, air conditioned auditorium, Computer for the junior as well as the senior students, art room, well stocked library , music hall, an audio-visual activity room, sufficiently equipped Maths, Biology, Physics & Chemistry labs, exterior courtyard for playing Volleyball, Basketball, and other major sports. The school also has interior amenities for playing Roller Skating, Table Tennis, Yoga, Karate, Gymnastics & other sports

Contact Address


AL ALIA INTERNATIONAL INDIAN SCHOOL

P.O. Box 281025, Riyadh - 11392

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Telephone: 4128884, 4128885

Fax: 4128883

Email: alaliaschool@yahoo.com

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