Create a generation of permanent learning, is able to solve problems and a broad vision, a believer in God, strike a balance between the spiritual life, social, physical and mental abilities through all the activities and programs in place at the school.
The school was founded in 1955 and continued teaching in the primary stage (Grade VI Basic)
In 1997, seventh-grade was installed with three students only
The 8th, 9th and 10th grades have been added.
The first program of an integration between blind and sighted students was confirmed at our school.
Both second and third floors were completed and we began to add the secondary stage with three branches.
We bought a new bus with full options.
A fully renovation for the kindergarten was done. We added smart boards from 1st to 4th grades .
The highest marks were registered for the high school students among the whole schools in Zarqa according to the government documents.
The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem is home to about 7000 Anglicans worshiping within twenty-eight different congregations. It is also responsible for more than thirty institutions, including hospitals, schools, clinics, rehabilitation centers, guesthouses, and retirement homes. Archbishop Hosam oversees all of these parishes and institutions, which are scattered across five separate countries or territories: Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, and Israel. This geographic spread adds innumerable complications to the work of the Diocese due to the many borders, checkpoints, and national governments involved. In particular, the divergent laws and politics of each region make the administration of these ministries exceedingly challenging.
Despite these difficulties, the Diocese responds actively to the need for healthcare and education in areas where many cannot afford it, making no distinction between religion, ethnicity, or gender. The Diocese especially considers education for the next generation of leaders to be a vital bridge-building contribution that helps bring stability to an otherwise troubled region. Thus, our diocesan schools not only teach students academic and vocational skills, but also seek to engender within them a spirit of peace, respect, and cooperation—all based upon Christian values. In so doing, the Diocese offers a voice of moderation and reconciliation to our interfaith neighbors.
Beyond our parish and institutional work, the Diocese of Jerusalem also sponsors a number of other ministries. The Diocesan Department for Peace, Reconciliation, and Interfaith Dialogue, for instance, was established in 2007. It encourages participation in the Jerusalem Peacebuilders program and supports other interfaith peace-building efforts.
In another field, our Women’s Ministry brings diocesan women together in a regular series of meetings and biannual conferences with the aim of strengthening relationships, increasing skills, and building community. In yet another area, our Diocesan guesthouses extend our ministry of hospitality to pilgrims and other visitors. Because of political strife and lack of economic opportunity, the Christian population west of the Jordan river has dwindled from more than 25% a century ago to less than 2% today. In the face of this diminishing Christian presence, our diocesan ministries sustain and strengthen our witness, shining the light of Christ into areas of darkness, and offering hope to those otherwise living in despair.
Mrs Doaa graduated from Yarmouk University with a Bachelor's Degree in Banking and Finance in 1989, She has High Education Dilopma ICT in Education at Yarmouk University on 30 May 2010. She is working in The Saviour Evangelical Episcopal School since 1994 as a principal, An Elected Member in Municipality, since 2007 and a Local parliament member at Zarqa city.
Enrichment programs were added for the basic stage like teaching science and mathematics in English math.
Program Information and Communication Technology (ICT) by all admission to the Director-General and Director of the Section of this secondary diploma and benefit educators and teachers through the work and educational workshops every Thursday to make the teacher keep pace with technology and benefit to teach his colleagues.
We use technology in order to search for information to create a self-learning environment and be the focus of the educational process for the student while the teacher is a facilitator in this process.
Horizontal integration and vertical integration of the curricula.
Open thinking and logical thinking by raising student thinking using the strategy to solve problems.
Make student-centered instruction to enhance student confidence in himself and his society and the educational community.
Curriculum Transformation of the theoretical level to level can be applied by connecting student learning by the size of the students’ needs.
Article simulation theory to create a student who is able to enter the labor market to enjoy the skills of leadership.
Representation of the reality of student life through the work of theater for dummies.