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Ministry of Education to open 19 schools for new academic year

The educational districts will supply staff, equipment, and furniture at the start of the next academic year, 2024-2025.

  • The Ministry of Education has scheduled off-schedule exams for academic subjects, including the Constitution exam for twelfth-grade students on Thursday, June 27, and the Holy Qur’an exam for all secondary school grades on Sunday, June 30.

The Ministry of Education has made preparations for the upcoming academic year 2024/2025 by issuing decisions to open nineteen schools across different educational regions.

According to Al Anba newspaper, these include four schools under the Capital Educational District, comprising two primary schools for boys and girls in Jaber Al-Ahmad city, as well as two kindergarten schools.

The ministry also issued decisions to open seven schools in the Jahra Educational District, comprising two primary schools for boys and girls in the Al-Mutlaa area, two secondary schools for boys and girls, two middle schools for boys and girls, and a kindergarten school, along with the reopening of a kindergarten building in the Saad Al-Abdullah area.

Additionally, four schools were opened in the Al-Ahmadi Educational Zone, including two kindergartens in the Al-Wafra and Sabah Al-Ahmad residential areas, and two middle schools for boys and girls in the Al-Wafra area.

Furthermore, three schools were opened in the Farwaniya Educational Zone, including two middle schools for boys and girls in the Sabah Al-Nasser area, and a Boys High School in the West Abdullah Al-Mubarak area.

The educational districts will provide the necessary administrative and educational personnel, as well as the technical equipment and furniture, in cooperation with the relevant authorities, starting from the beginning of the next academic year 2024-2025.

On the other hand, high school students in the scientific, literary, and religious education sections are awaiting the results of the end-of-year exams.

Educational sources informed Al-Anbaa newspaper that great efforts are being made by those responsible for overseeing the exams to complete the horizontal and vertical marking processes. This indicates that the marking process will be completed before noon today, after the grades have been carefully monitored and reviewed.

On the other hand, the Ministry of Education has scheduled off-schedule exams for academic subjects, including the Constitution exam for twelfth-grade students on Thursday, June 27, and the Holy Qur’an exam for all secondary school grades on Sunday, June 30.





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