♦ Study programs and curriculum are of the fundamental principles to achieve perfect educational policy; therefore, Al-Ibdaa school is very keen to use the modern method of education through which students will become creative thinkers and critics, as well as to follow the technical method of solving problems; whereas students will be able to analyze, produce and take suitable decision in coordination with their colleagues in group work atmosphere far away from individual work. The curriculum is characterized by simplicity and easiness to match with the students' different and various requirements at all levels. Also, the school is also keen on integral vocational activities with the aim of achieving both theory and practical knowledge of modern sciences.
♦ Ministry curriculum will be implemented on subjects taught in Arabic Language (Islamic studies, Arabic language and social studies)
♦ As for English program, an International American Curriculum will be implemented on (English language, Math and Science approved by the Ministry of Education).
♦ Elementary stage from 1st to 5th grade, series of Harcourt text books will be used. And for middle and high school, Holt and Mc Dougal Littell text books will be used.
♦ Additional classes will be conducted according to the necessary needs of individual students.
♦ The school offers grades (9-12) high school diploma system according to the American system accredited by the Sultanate of Oman Ministry of Education.
♦ Educational assessment is one of the basic elements on which educational foundation is built upon and through which we guarantee the extent of achieving our goals and skills, as well as to judge the quality of the educational materials contents. This will allow us to determine the students’ abilities and weakness as well as to improve the students' academic and educational performances.
♦ The school adopted continuous assessment system based on modern theories and characterizes by:
1. That the continuous assessment is carried out through the school year
2. Show great keenness on the students' personality not only his knowledge.
3. Building strong assessing equipments in order to achieve the required aims and skills.
4. Various methods of assessing different aspects of students. Such as;(written and oral works, home works, quizzes, summer and non summer activities, reports, researches and summaries, individual and group projects and presentations)
5. Sending descriptive reports to the parents ( 4 times per year) in addition to two final semester reports
6. Students' portfolio; a file containing all works done by the students in class or out of class such as projects, quizzes and class activities.
7. Grade 9-12 students are subject to the school examinations in addition to the international examinations “SAT-TOFEL & AP” advanced level that qualifies them to apply for local and international universities