Learning

Learning

In the Sultanate of Oman, TAISM is the only international school based upon American curriculum and methodologies, and is the only school sponsored by the Embassy of the United States of America. As an “International Community School” authorized by the Oman Ministry of Education, the school has been established to serve expatriate children residing in Oman.

Outstanding Features:

  • Highly dedicated and caring Professional and Support Staff representing the United States, Canada, and seven other nations
  • Extensive new facilities to meet the needs of 21st century learners
  • US Standards-based curriculum
  • Small class size
  • Advanced Placement (AP) program in High School
  • Discover Oman program for all students
  • Arabic as a Heritage Language and Arabic as a Foreign Language
  • French and Spanish are offered as World Languages.
  • Information technology integrated throughout the program and campus
  • One-to-one iPad program in the Middle and High School levels
  • After-school activities and clubs for Elementary through High School
  • Competitive after-school sports programs in the Middle and High Schools
  • English Language Learning program

Based on the Mission and Learner Profile, ​and with a broad-based academic and activities program, TAISM aims to:

  • engage students in the learning process
  • create an environment in which students, staff and parents cooperate in an effective partnership
  • provide a safe and secure school environment
  • offer student activities which cultivate self-discipline, respect and cooperation
  • foster an environment in which cultural and individual differences are valued
  • prepare students for academic and personal success in higher education
  • create a challenging intellectual program for exploring the arts, humanities and sciences
  • build self esteem by providing opportunities for students to experience success and develop leadership skills
  • foster a high regard for physical and emotional well being
  • develop, teach, and continuously assess a curriculum which emphasizes mastery of basic skills and promotes critical thinking
  • help students develop standards of good judgment and respectful behavior
  • value intellectual curiosity and encourage students to take ownership of their education
  • help students understand the complexities of humanitarian and environmental issues, and to encourage them to accept the responsibilities of good citizenship
  • develop programs that enable students to learn about and appreciate Oman’s history, culture and environment