All ISG Jubail middle and high school students participate in outside-the-classroom study trips. These trips include our Week Without Walls (WOW) programs and Habitat For Humanity International (HFHI) service trips.
ISG Jubail is a member of SAIK-AC - The Saudi Arabian Inter-Kingdom Activities Conference. Through this conference we get the opportunity to compete in tournaments during the year in the following sports: Table Tennis, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country, Cricket, Basketball, Badminton, Netball and Kickball. Students have the opportunity to go for try-outs after school, to be selected for the school teams.
As part of our Accreditation for Growth initiatives, ISG Jubail has identified four areas in which we strive to influence our students: Thinking, Understanding, Communicating and Striving for Excellence. We have designed the "Graduate Profile" as a benchmark against which we gauge how well we are serving our students' needs.
After School Activities (or ASAs) are a popular program for all our students. These activities are organized into trimesters to allow students to participate in a different activity every ten weeks. While optional, much of our student body participates through out the year.
Elementary School ASAs run from 2:20 - 3:20 PM on Sunday, Monday and Wednesday.
Middle/High School ASAs run from 3:10 - 4:40 PM.
There are buses to take students home if you are in the Royal Commission Area. Otherwise it is up to parents to schedule transportation.