Together We Can


As Co-Owner with my father, who raised me to have value for every human being, I am guided to believe in the principles of Kuwait Bilingual School as an institution that fosters the educational development of the children of this community.
While this shared obligation remains close to my heart, it is my sincere desire to use highly trained and effective teachers to maximize instructional time. Monitoring student learning is the most essential responsibility that using an educator’s craft can muster to cater for all students of different backgrounds, and varied learning abilities. One size does not fit all.

We provide for both a strong foundational education in our primary and middle school programs, as we seek to address the fitting and proper values that develop the whole child with intellectual, emotional, social and physical capabilities to distinguish them.


• Learning how to learn provides the necessary framework for academic success throughout the students’ academic and professional lives.
• Risk-taking and a willingness to change are necessary for continuous growth.


• Children are our community’s most valuable asset.
• Everyone has the right to a safe, positive, and nurturing learning environment,
• Education is the shared responsibility of the student, family, school, the governing authority, community, and government.
• Interaction with individuals of diverse backgrounds and character teaches tolerance and appreciation for all.
• Effective education fosters ethical and moral values thus developing the whole person; spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically.
• Learning how to learn provides the necessary framework for academic success throughout the students’ academic and professional lives.
• Risk-taking and a willingness to change are necessary for continuous growth.
• Instruction should be engaging, inquiry-based, and differentiated.
• Assessment should be rigorous and support learning.
• Life-long learning is essential for success in a changing society.
• A commitment to local and global issues is important for the growth and development of our community.
• Promoting students’ self-esteem fosters leadership attributes
Developing intellectually mature and responsible learners who contribute positively to the community by empowering them to meet the demands of a rapidly changing and morally complex world.
By providing challenging educational experiences based on the world recognized IB curriculum frameworks, learners will acquire the skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to develop their full potential
In 1998 Saleh Al Mekhlef, entrepreneur, innovator, and visionary founded Kuwait Bilingual School in his home city of Al Jahra, Kuwait. Wanting to deliver quality, international and bilingual education to Kuwait’s second largest metropolis, Mr. Salah collaborated with Sheikh Ali Al Salem Al Ali Al Sabah to provide new, broader educational opportunities, quality, values-based education, and the first private bilingual school to the families in the North-Al Jahra- Kuwait’s second largest city.
KBS Foundations were laid in March 1998 and completed in August, with school commencing in September 1998 as a single 45-student Nursery, KG 1 and KG 2 class. Since then, enrollment has steadily grown to its present K-12 enrollment of over 1800 students in an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, accredited by the Middle States Association (USA).
Under his leadership, the school has achieved a strong reputation as a safe, caring and disciplined environment with the highest standards for academics, sports, arts, and extra-curricular programs.
Additionally, KBS is nurtured by the commitment, dedication and love of its international staff and students who value both Global Citizenship and an appreciation for the culture of Kuwait, as well as Bilingual Arabic/English language skill development.
It is a rising star on the horizons of education in Al Jahra, Kuwait and the world, developing:

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