ISG Jubail School and the International School Group district is committed to improving school facilities and classroom experiences on an ongoing basis through campus improvement projects and our Accreditation for Growth initiative.
Current Improvement Projects
- New Middle & High School campus (construction phase).
- New rubber matting for the Lower Elementary playground.
- Stone pathways around main building.
- New gym complex for additional physical education and athletics space.
- Sun shades - Early Years playground, main building courtyard and climbing wall area.
- Improved drainage systems in Early Years and 200 building.
- New stone pathways near the Early Years playground.
Accreditation for Growth Initiative and MSA
- ISG Jubail School is accredited by Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools. This accreditation helps guide our school vision and keeps us accountable for ensuring the level of excellence expected of ISG schools.
Accreditation for Growth Objectives
- ISG Jubail is committed to improved achievement for our students over the next seven years in the following areas:
Objective 1: By 2017, students at ISG Jubail will demonstrate improvement in reading literacy as measured by:
- An increase of 5 percentage points of students who score between 34% and 66% on SAT 10 Total Reading.
- An increase of 3 percentage points of students who score 66% and above on SAT 10 Total Reading.
- An increase of 10 percentage points for non-native English speakers on the Vocabulary section of the Gates McGinitie Reading Test.
- Grades Kindergarten 2- Grade 5 will show an increase of 5 percentage points on the Harcourt Storytown Assessment Tests.
Objective 2: By 2017, students at ISG Jubail will demonstrate characteristics specified in our Graduate Profile as measured by:
- An overall increase of .5 on students’ citizenship grades as reported at the end of each reporting period.
- 85% of parents, teachers, and students for grades 6 – grade 10 students will give an average of between 3 and 4 on the Graduate Profile surveys.
- A 50% per capita decrease in disciplinary/detention referrals.