Departments and Courses

Students typically take six to seven classes per day suited to their course of study and their particular stage of academic development. Each day is divided into seven periods and the school year is divided into three terms, with some year-long courses and some term-long courses.

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Curriculum Plan

Subject 4-Year Program 3-Year Program 2-Year Program 1-Year Program
CRLA-Arabic Four Three Two One
CRLA-English Four Three Two One
Math and Computational Thinking Four years of math Three years of math Two years of math One year of math
Physical and Life Sciences Three Three Two
History, Religion and Society Three Two One
World Languages Optional (two or more recommended) Optional (two or more recommended) Optional (two recommended) Optional (recommended)
Art, Design and Technology One year-long course One year-long course One semester-long course One semester-long course

Note: As per the guidelines of the Jordanian Ministry of Education, Jordanian Muslim students are required to take two years of Islamic theology in in the 9th and 10th grades, and one additional semester-long course either in the 11th or 12th grades. Jordanian students who hold a second passport may have different arrangements for Islamic theology. For more information, they should check with the Department of Academic Affairs