ISG Jubail FAQs

ISG Jubail FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions at ISG Jubail

We encourage you to visit our campus and see the facilities that ISG Jubail offers. 

Weekly tours are available by appointment only.  If you’re scheduling an in-person visit, you must bring a valid ID to clear security.  A visitor's badge will be provided and must be worn visibly during your time with us. 

To schedule a visit, please click here.

If you are unable to visit in person, please contact [email protected] for more information about our virtual tours.

ISG Jubail has a student-parent handbook, which contains information about school contacts, dress code, school schedules, attendance, activities, technology, and much more. 

ISG Jubail Student-Parent Handbook

The ISG dress policy is outlined in our student handbooks and reviewed each year.  Please make sure you are familiar with our current requirements before your child begins the school year.

While the ISG Jubail does not have uniform requirements, it does have a dress code, which can be found in the school handbook.

ISG Jubail students must wear athletic clothing during PE class.

ISG Jubail offers a daily lunch option including a meal, side and drink. The lunch option is approximately SAR 15. ISG Jubail students also have access to a Joffrey’s kiosk that sells snack items.

Only ISG Jubail offers a bus service for a fee. Most residential compounds offer daily transportation to and from school, and some even offer transportation when students have after-school activities. Please check with your employer and compound to see if this is a service they support. Alternatively, parents may arrange private transportation.

ISG Jubail offers a technically advanced learning environment, and students are either provided with technological devices or required to bring their own devices. Students are required to bring their own device in Grades 5-12. 

Please also see the ISG Technology Use Agreement.

Parents are an important part of our ISG Jubail family and we offer a number of ways parents can engage with us.  ISG Jubail has a parent volunteer group that helps organize and support larger events throughout the year such as International Day, bake sales and seasonal celebrations. In our elementary classes, teachers often request support from parents for special celebrations during the year. Please see the Student-Parent Handbook handbook for information about joining the school’s Parent Teacher Organization (PTO).

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