Horizon Private School – American Curriculum Khalifa City, Abu Dhabi, UAE
What does it take to build a school from the ground up? Mrs. Amal Shahine, Founding Principal of Horizon Private School – Branch (HPS – Br.) since 2008 knows exactly what it takes. From just 100 students in its first year to 1900 students by the eleventh year, Mrs. Amal’s dedication and vision to offering the highest standards of education delivered through a team of highly trained and experienced educators is what makes HPS-Br., one of the most sought after community schools in Abu Dhabi. She believes that every child is a gift from God, every student can add immeasurable value to the world; and it is the duty of every educator to unlock that potential in their students, so they can fulfill their destiny. After 30 years of her career in education which began as a Biology teacher in an international school, Mrs. Amal is still known and respected as someone who ‘leads by example’, a role model to her students and staff and is highly regarded within the community
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Bandar bin Abdulrahman Al-Sulaiman
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Bandar Al-Sulaiman has a wealth of experience in the field of education and has made significant contributions to the Saudi educational system over the years. His extensive experience, leadership, and dedication to education have made him a prominent figure in the Saudi educational landscape, with a lasting impact on students and educators alike.
Beginning his career as a high school teacher, Mr. Bandar then assumed the position of high school supervisor for six years, ensuring the quality of education. His leadership skills were duly recognized, leading to an eight-year tenure as a Principal. He also served four years as an educational administration supervisor under the Riyadh Education Administration. Further, he served as an educational trainer, contributing to Riyadh’s educational development. He then progressed to his role as the General Manager of Dar Al-Shawamikh Educational Company and Majd Private Schools, a position he currently holds. Under his leadership, the institution has seen significant growth, now accommodating over 4,500 students across three educational complexes.
Throughout his career, Bandar Al-Sulaiman has been dedicated to continuous learning and professional development. He has completed numerous training courses both in Saudi Arabia and abroad. Additionally, he has received several certificates of appreciation from various relevant authorities for his contributions to education