Boys School (Grades 5-12)

My students,

I am pleased to extend a warm welcome to you at the beginning of the new academic year at the Boys School at IEC.

What distinguishes our school is its facilities, playgrounds, scientific and computer laboratories, halls, classroom equipment and interactive panels, in addition to the school theater, gym, library and professional workshops.

We welcome students from the fifth till the twelfth grade

It also provides students with the opportunity to join the Industrial Education Department, specializing in electricity (males and females).

In addition to Student exchange programs, university, academic counseling, leadership and life skills, applied arts and acting, creativity and innovation).

Welcome to your second home!


Projects Applied at IEC

Program Curricular  Activities Classes About the Program
The National Program

(Boys –Girls)


Arduino / Alternative Energy Applications


7th Grade






Our schools offered the “Curriculum of Creative Design and Innovation” for students in grades seven to ten as part of the Islamic Educational College schools’ objective to provide their pupils with educational, academic, and innovative themes that students need in the twenty-first century.

This course covers the fundamentals of electronics, microcontrollers, the Internet of Things, and alternative energy.


Arduino / Design


8th Grade






Arduino/ Internet of Things


9th Grade






Mobile Applications


10th Grade






Math 1st Grade -10th Grade


To understand mathematical principles in English so that students can learn scientific subjects more easily at the University level, as all fields use the English language.

*One weekly lesson strengthens students’ understanding of mathematical concepts across grades.

*Assisting pupils with international software that uses the English language, such as Geojebra and dismos.

*Enable pupils to compete in worldwide English-language contests such as robotics and STEAM.


Science 1st Grade -10th Grade


As everyone knows, English is the world’s language of science and commerce. Learning science in English helps to create a true connection between Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), which is part of the 21st century’s requirements, in order to bridge the gap between what they learned in school and what the world really needs.


ALOHA 2nd Grade -5th Grade


It is available to students in the second grad through five , with the goal of increasing self-confidence, improving focus, developing digital and visual memory, and improving mental arithmetic skills and speed in solving mathematical tasks.


Drama 2nd Grade -6th Grade


Students in the second through sixth grades have a drama lesson, which attempts to improve the student’s capacity to express himself as well as his ability to solve problems and make decisions through situations, dialogues, and role-playing. It also fosters a culture of structured teamwork among pupils and displays their artistic and creative abilities.


Extracurricular Activities at IEC

Extracurricular Activities About the Program
Physical Educational Programs

( Football , Basketball , Badminton , Athletics )





A training program for the different sports teams to participate in the National and International Sports such as Chess, Table Tennis , Football , Basketball, Volleyball for the 4-12 grades .
Psychological Counselling



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Career Guidance Program


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Academic Sponsorship Program


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Enrichment Program



IEC offers various after school enrichment programs to enhance students, life skills including robotics, football, basketball, photoshop, swimming, zumba , taekwondo , ballet and Quran stories .



Projects applied at IEC

Project About the Program Aim of the Program
Question  Bank Projects  Question banks in Brief :

Since 2014 AD, the Islamic Educational  College’s schools have been developing question banks (it is a safe system for storing questions that have distinct psychometric characteristics and are known from the parameters of the paragraphs, such as the difficulty of the paragraph and its discriminatory significance).

The sections of the banks were formed according to the established curricula of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan’s Ministry of Education, and the banks contributed to making the process of measuring students’ achievement easier by using modern methods of constructing and preparing achievement tests, which allows for the creation of multiple tests that meet the requirements of a good test.

Furthermore, the existence of statistics  is critical in analyzing students’ results  to  develop policies ,strategies, and procedural plans of the IEC in order to improve education, boost students’ accomplishment levels, and improve their abilities and capacities. The question banks also aid in identifying the learning outcomes that the student has not learned so that he can be assisted in mastering them and remedial plans can be developed.

Moreover , the question banks help to prepare enrichment plans for students  with greater talents, which aids in the individualization of teaching and assessment.












The project’s vision is for the question bank to be a tributary for technical, educational, and administrative school cadres with everything related to the various tests that are conducted in the school; formative, summative, and diagnostic , as well as contributing to improving school efficiency through accurate scientific foundations.


Project Mission  :

Preparing test paragraphs in a secure system characterized by modern scientific specifications of various levels, through which it is simple to construct tests with scientific and practical (balanced) specifications in order to achieve justice and equal opportunities among students at the Islamic Educational College’s schools.


Aims of the project

1- Increasing the comprehensiveness of final exams in accordance with approved curriculum.

2- Creating a library of paragraphs that are tied to specific learning objectives.


3- Access to test paragraphs that have been calibrated and have precise statistical properties.


4- Improving the accuracy of correction and the speed with which findings are extracted.

5- The ease with which equal tests can be created, as well as tests with specified criteria.

6- Using standard scores to describe student productivity (AQ) (a standard score derived from a final test in a particular subject with its various units in order to assess the student’s ability within his category, with an average of 100 and a standard deviation of 15, and it aims to know the student’s position compared to his peers)

7- Obtaining detailed results and reports (question bank outputs), such as:

a. Unfinished outputs for each student

b. A list of outputs and the percentage of non-accuracy  for a single output at the grade and topic level of a specific school.

c. The names of pupils who did not master the output at the one-output level.

d. The names of the pupils with low achievement based on their final exam total score.

e. For the final exams, determining the names of students with low achievement based on the grade of each unit of a single topic.

8- Using measurement and post-evaluation to analyze the gap following the supervision’s remedial strategies for correcting the deficient outputs.

English Language Development Program The school offers an English language conversation program that includes a qualified teacher who assists pupils with the pronunciation of the English language. In addition, the “Raz Plus” program has been launched to facilitate English reading. Students in the first grade receive two English conversation classes from a native speaker to help them learn the language, pronounce words correctly, and talk fluently.
STEAM STEAM: A program that combines Science, Technology, Mathematics, Arts, and Engineering
Community Service It is a form of voluntary work in which people provide assistance, care, and support to others in many fields based on their needs. The student is given the authority to deliver community services based on professional social work and human rights. What is the point of doing community service?

Community service is a significant approach for a student to discover oneself by doing a humanitarian voluntary effort. It gives the student the chance to develop a variety of essential life skills that will help him polish his personality and improve his sense of social responsibility.



IQRA’ in Arabic

إقرأ بالعربية )  )


A comprehensive electronic software for teaching Arabic that incorporates books, videos, and games organized in gradual degrees according to age group and desired learning results for each stage to strengthen the multiple intelligences and make learning more pleasurable.





Psychological and Educational Counseling Program:

It provides counseling services as well as psychological, educational, and family support to all students, parents, instructors, and administrative personnel involved in the educational process.

The program is based on the following:

Integrated educational counseling for pupils, including advanced guiding methods and strategies to assist them in resolving their life, family, and educational challenges.

Educational family counseling for parents to assist them in resolving their children’s issues.

Student and parent awareness and education through lectures, seminars, and specialist workshops.

Providing pupils with valuable life experiences and skills through activities such as participation in conferences, seminars, and volunteer work both inside and outside of the school.

Ongoing psychological support for students to help them overcome low motivation, boredom, and lack of focus.


Academic Sponsorship Program:

Which works on Saturdays to support students intellectually in Arabic, English, and Mathematics.

It is based on the following:

A curriculum that focuses on overcoming a student’s deficiencies through a well-thought-out program based on a diagnostic test.

Teachers with a rich knowledge and experience

Cutting –edge methods and tools


Students that are capable of overcoming their academic difficulties.

Students’ performance and knowledge levels are improving.