Zahrat Al-Sahraa International School

High School

ZSIS High School offers a college preparatory, honors level program designed to secure admission to first class universities throughout the world. The curriculum is broadly based, drawing from the courses and best practices of American and International education. Our students are expected to study English, another language, math, science, and social studies throughout their High School careers, explore music, art and computing, at least to an introductory level, and to participate in physical education. Our curriculum is international because we provide both academic programs and counseling services that send students from every graduating class to universities in the USA, Canada, the UK, Europe, Africa, and all over the Arab World. We are familiar with many national education systems and make every effort to ease the difficulties for the students and for their parents. Furthermore, because families living an international experience often need to transfer their residence during the academic year, our programs and assessment system are geared to facilitate the smooth transition from our school into a new international school, or back to the home country system.


The High School Curriculum provides a rigorous academic program for students in Grades 9-12. The curriculum is based upon the principles and practices of American education, TOEFL and the SAT requirements.



Literature, grammar, composition and vocabulary are taught with progressive consistency to grade level.


Grade 09 : Advance Algebra
Grade 10 : Advance Algebra & Geometry II 
Grade 11 : Trigonometry 
Grade 12 : Calculus and SAT II Curricula


Grade 09 : Biology and Chemistry
Grade 10 : Chemistry II and Physics 
Grade 11 : Chemistry III and Physics II/ Biology II 
Grade 12 : SAT II Chemistry/ Physics/ Biology (Any Two)

Social Studies

Grade 09 : Physical and Human Geography 
Grade 10 : Ancient Civilizations 5000 BC - 1000 AD 
Grade 11 : Medieval to Modern Times 1000 AD - 1900 AD 
Grade 12 : World Wars I & II 1900 AD - 1950 AD


A choice of electives is offered in major disciplines- science, fine arts, and commerce