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Guiding Statements

Al-Bayan International School personalizes learning to achieve intellectual and individual growth of all students, empowering them to impact their community.
  • Provide a safe, secure, encouraging environment that allows all students the opportunity to learn, achieve academic growth, and become lifelong learners
  • Offer curriculum that supports students’ academic, physical, social, emotional, and cultural development
  • Model and instill a mindset of compassion, empathy and respect toward others regardless of ability, status, culture or religion
  • Encourage students to see themselves as citizens of the world whereby they recognize and embrace their own history, culture and traditions, but also seek to make connections to other cultures and alternative viewpoints
A common expectation is a shared standard to be practiced by every member of our community.  At BIS we believe in practicing empathy, self-discipline, and respect.
By practicing empathy we 
  • seek to understand others
  • are compassionate towards others
  • welcome others’ thoughts and beliefs
By practicing self-discipline we
  • take responsibility for our own actions
  • have high personal expectations
  • think before we act
By practicing respect we
  • value all members of the school community
  • display good manners and follow school expectations
  • are tolerant of others with different points of view and beliefs



A good habit is a routine of behavior that promotes positivity and togetherness.  At BIS we have adopted three good habits we expect students to practice: persisting, striving for accuracy, and thinking flexibly.
By persisting we
  • don’t quit even when things get difficult
  • set personal goals for improvement and work towards them
  • stay focused and make good use of time
By striving for accuracy we 
  • make smart choices and pay attention to details
  • plan ahead and are resourceful and organized
  • monitor progress and evaluate our performance in order to improve 
By thinking flexibly we 
  • are willing to try new things
  • use complex thinking and problem-solving skills
  • adapt and change as we learn new ideas and skills, or have new experiences