In the freshman and sophomore years, you can choose one elective per term. In the junior and senior years, you can choose as many electives as will fit your schedule, depending on what courses you wish to take and what requirements you have left to complete.
Freshmen and sophomores take six to seven periods each day, while juniors and seniors take five to seven periods each day.
Arabic language is required throughout your years of study at the Academy. Each week, you will be taking five classes.
English language is required throughout your years of study at the Academy. Each week, you will be taking five classes. Students who would benefit from additional instruction in English are exempted from the World Language requirement and take four extra classes of English Language and Composition (L&C) per week instead.
You can take up to seven courses each term.
Islamic theology is not a graduation requirement at King's. However, if you are either a Jordanian Muslim or a Muslim seeking Tawjihi equivalency, Islamic theology is required for at least two years. Other courses from the Department of Ethics, Philosophy and Religion (EPR) are also required for two terms.
No, Christian theology is not a graduation requirement at King's. However, it is offered to Christian students who are interested. Other courses from the Department of Ethics, Philosophy and Religion (EPR) are required for two terms.
Two years of a world language are required for students entering in the ninth grade. But you can continue studying that language for four years if you so choose.
In grades 11 and 12, you can choose to study two world languages, but not simultaneously.
Yes. Students can choose between music, theater or dance. Students entering in the ninth grade must take these or our studio art courses for at least three terms over the course of their time at King’s, but they can also choose to take them each year.
Yes. King's Academy offers private music lessons on certain instruments.
King’s Academy holds exams twice a year, at the end of fall and spring terms.
See the Tawjihi Equivalency Requirements page.