Students Life


TED talk is a showcase for speakers presenting great, well-formed ideas. The TEDx activity is a venue for students to express their knowledge and innovative ideas. This activity allows students to showcase various skills related to organization, collaboration, and articulation skills.

TEDxsafirschool was officially recognized by the organization TED in 2018. The club helps students develop and discover various skills as speakers, organizers, press and designers


Safir Model United Nations

MUN was founded to meet Safir’s vision of educating creative individuals who are constantly developing global community activities. We host our own MUN under the name Safir MUN, as we follow THIMUN procedures. Our high school students have participated in several MUN conferences since 2017 and they have proven to be well versed with their positions and duties as delegates, admins, press members, conference organizers, and student officers.

At Safir School, we always strive to provide our students with the best quality education and the best quality life-changing experience.


SAT Center

The SAT is a standardized test that measures a student’s skills in three core areas: Critical Reading, mathematics, and writing. Students in grades 11 and 12 take SAT so they can submit their scores to colleges as part of the college application process.

At Safir International School we have an academic SAT center and a SAT testing center that is licensed by the College Board. Approximately 350 students from many countries take the SAT test at our school.

Islamic Studies and Arabic language

Islamic Studies and Arabic language program equips students with a broad range of skills for a variety of careers, as well as a deep linguistic, theological, and cultural understanding of one of the world’s most influential faith traditions and a region of global significance.

Turkish language

Aside from helping Turkish Students feel more at home, the group also aims to teach all of our international students more about Turkish culture by offering things like free Turkish language classes.

Academic clubs

Through Academic clubs, students meet to develop activities or discussions based on their particular topic of interest. The intent of an academic club is to generate enthusiasm for a topic while encouraging student engagement and achievement.

December 2021
Here is always singing new songs and expressing new ideas he learned at school. - Positive Impact