Student Services

Academic Counseling

Academic Guidance Services

Individual Counseling Services

Counseling Options

  1. Guidance: Students are academically prepared for college through academic courses and programs.
    Academic writing.
    College planning.
    Community service.
    Elective courses.
    Graduation Project.
  2. Advise students about college preferences and help them set college plans.
  3. Help students through the admission process.
  4. Enrolling and registering Students in the International Standard Tests (TOEFL IBT, SAT, AP Exams, GRE) on school campus as Dar AlFikr is an accredited center for both SAT and TOEFL
  5. Arrange visits to local colleges and universities for students to learn about the disciplines offered and admission requirements.
  6. Make sure that students meet admission requirements:
    1. Provide the grade reports and certificates in coordination with the Department of Information Technology and Student Affairs.
    2. Coordinating with teachers to secure recommendation letters for the students.
  1. Instruct and guide students to determine their degree course and set a career path.
  2. Find student preferences based on important criteria.
  3. Conduct detailed research on proposed institutions.
  4. Distribute College or University information as desired or described.
  5. Advise students on how to choose the right college or university.
  6. Provide information about summer courses and opportunities.
  7. Instruct students during the admission process and how to successfully plan for it.
  8. Advise students on how to write a college essay.
  9. Instruct students on how to complete enrollment forms for different colleges or universities.
  1. In the School’s counseling office.
  2. Individual Counseling – Dar Al Fikr International Counseling Center
    1. Individual Counseling fees: The basic fee structure for individual counseling is as follows:
      1. Registration fees SR1,000 including the following:
        • Three 1-hour individual counseling sessions..
        • Three portfolios about colleges or universities.
        • Three forms for enrollment in colleges or universities.
        • Follow up.
      2. If the student wishes to receive further counseling sessions, He/She must pay a renewal fee of SR 1,000.
    2. Individual Counseling Schedule:
        1. The official working hours of the DAF-ICCC are as follows::
          • Days: Daily (Sunday – Thursday)
          • Working Hours: 12:00 -15:00
        2. The following is the schedule for individual counseling; we can also organize a session outside this schedule if necessary.
      Section Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
      Boys Section
      1:00 – 3:00
      1:00 – 3:00
      1:40 – 3:00 (As requested)
      Girl Section
      2:00 – 3:00
      1:00 – 3:00
      1:40 – 3:00 (As requested)

Student Council

The student council is the structure that represents the school’s students, through which its members can participate in the affairs of the teacher, and cooperate with its administration, its staff, and parents for the service of the school and its students.

The Student Council plays an important role in each school. It helps its members to exchange ideas, opinions, and interests with school staff (manager, teachers, etc.). It also helps its members to create capital to support their projects or help them become responsible individuals with a positive impact on their communities.

From here, members of the Council can face the difficulties and challenges within the school campus, propose successful solutions, and enable students to hold workshops or meaningful projects.

Student Council Rules

Student Council Goals

Mechanism for the nomination of the Student Union Council member

  1. Any student can apply for any of the student council posts except for the President’s position.
  2. Candidates for Executive Positions: Class representatives must submit the following documents: (Curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation from the school staff) to be delivered to the Board Supervisor.

  3. If documents are accepted, a week is allocated to candidates for all positions to prepare for the nomination campaign in accordance with certain principles and orientations.

  4. Each candidate is given an opportunity to talk about his or her election program, in front of colleagues for 5-10 minutes.

  5. The election of the Executive Board begins.

  6. Announcement of election winners.
  1. Care of students according to Arab and Islamic values.
  2. Develop leadership among students and allow them to express their opinions.
  3. Educate students to know their rights and duties, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
  4. Supporting students’ scientific, cultural, social, and sporting activities.
  5. Support educational and academic skills.
  6. Enhancing the spirit of cooperation, the concept of teamwork among students, and strengthening student-to-faculty relationships, management and academia.
  7. Instilling discipline rules in line with school vision.

Students of the intermediate and secondary stages elect the members of the Student Council by voting. Those who wish to vote for the Council must meet the following conditions:

  1. Be a seventh grader, or a higher class.
  2. The student’s behavioral record should be good.
  3. Be able to attend Council meetings.
  4. Know the value of teamwork to serve the Council’s goals and committees.
  5. Four members, representing grades 7-12, are elected for the following positions:

    1. President of the Student Council.
    2. Vice-President
    3. Secretary of the Council
    4. Treasurer
    5. Class representatives.