High School


Co-curricular activities are an integral part of High School life at TAISM. Our extensive range of activities gives students the chance to connect with their peers and teachers, and provides opportunities for personal growth, development of self-discipline, and exploration of interests as they build their university applications.

Co-Curricular and After School Activities

At TAISM, activities beyond academics are a part of our culture. Students participate in a combination of arts and special-interest classes as a part of their daily schedule in addition to after school activities.

We have a variety of rotating options—from debate or working on the yearbook, to Board Out of Your Minds for board game enthusiasts and the We Mean Green environmental club.

High School Robotics

In Robotics Club at TAISM, students apply what they've learned about STEM in the classroom at TAISM to build semi-autonomous machines, and to participate in local and international competitions through a program called VEX Robotics.

TAISM's Robotics team meets after school. Students learn about electronics, programming, mechanical systems, animation, 3D CAD, computer-aided machining, web design, and materials fabrication.

Model United Nations

Model United Nations (MUN) is an academic simulation of the United Nations in which students assume the role of an ambassador for their appointed countries. They will work in committees, draft resolutions on international issues, and debate, amend, and vote during conferences in Muscat and abroad. MUN involves and teaches participants research, speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.

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Hundreds of thousands of students worldwide take part every year at all educational levels. Many of today’s leaders in law, government, business and the arts – including at the UN itself – participated in Model UN as student.