The first and only IB World School in Sudan.
Accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and authorised by the International Baccalaureate to offer the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and IB Diploma. KICS is proud to offer truly international programmes suited to the needs of our diverse student body and community. Together with our commitment to offering a rich variety of extracurricular activities, being an IB World School enables us to live up to our commitment to developing well-rounded young people through a broad and balanced education. In serving the international and local communities of Khartoum we join together to inspire and guide our students as they develop the knowledge, skills and values they will need to make tomorrow’s world a better place.
Here at KICS we are very proud and excited to be able to offer a truly world-class international education. Please visit us and see for yourself what KICS is all about.
KICS provides an academically challenging, globally relevant and well-balanced educational programme. In the pursuit of excellence, students will be inspired to be productive and principled world citizens with the skills and commitment to think creatively, reason critically, and communicate effectively. KICS encourages in its student body a strong sense of personal identity, responsibility and compassion, where home and school unite to realize each student’s full potential.’
A Standard of Excellence
Developing the leaders of tomorrow
KICS origins lie in a small infant school founded by a British teacher in the 1980’s. HaI El Matar Infant School was taken over by Mrs Samia Omar in 1999 when Mrs Moghraby returned to the UK. From 2004 the decision was taken by DAL Group to expand the infant school to create an academically rigorous international school with world class facilities and staff.
Under the leadership of our founding Principal, Mr Nigel Winnard, the school moved to its new campus in August 2005 with classes from Little KICS to Year 10 and expanded annually until our first graduating class left the school in May.
KICS primarySince then, every year we send Sudanese and international students from KICS to some of the best universities in the world, fulfilling the vision that is encapsulated in the school mission