About Aliman Schools

Al- Eman Schools


1.       Introduction:


Al- Eman Schools were established in 1984, in response to an urgent need in the Palestinian society for schools providing high quality education. The first step started with a kindergarten for around 75 kids. A step forward included two secondary schools one for boys and another for girls, an elementary school for girls and one for boys and a kindergarten. The student at Al- Eman starts from KG and continues into the twelfth grade and can choose between arts and science stream. Al- Eman Schools have approximately 2000 students and achieved 100% rate of success in science and arts streams for both boys and girls and for many years.


Al-Eman Schools are one of the leading institutions in providing quality education, supporting the needy students and participating in different activities with other civil society organizations.



2.       Vision, Mission and Philosophy of   Al-Eman Schools,


The vision of Al-Eman Schools:

Finding an exceptional educational environment   (in terms of Ethics, knowledge and fulfillment).

The Mission of Al-Eman Schools:


Educating students to become active and distinguished citizens with noble manners, modern knowledge and high skills that meet the society's needs. Also adopting innovation as an approach and technology in a creative environment and effective communication with society, planned and implemented by qualified teachers and administrators. The schools' administration is also committed to continuous development and improvement to achieve progress for this institution.


The Philosophy of Al-Eman Schools:


First: The schools seek to educate a distinct Muslim generation who realizes the characteristics of sound citizenship, manifests the Islamic creed in conduct, according to well- established educational and teaching Islamic rules and foundations whose sources are the Quran and the Prophet Mohammad Traditions (May peace and prayers be upon him).


Second : Giving attention to the Noble Quran in terms of learning and memorizing as well as the honorable Prophetic Traditions, in order to contribute in building a sound Muslim character at the educational, social, and scientific levels.


Third: Teaching the Arabic language in writing, speaking, reading and understanding skills in all required subjects.


Fourth: Teaching English in a modern and effective style.


Fifth : Raising the achievement level of the students according to sound scientific bases.


Sixth : Attending to laboratory experiments and different activities that enhance the theoretical curriculum.


1.       Structure of Al- Eman Schools


The organizational structure of Al- Eman schools consists of four main bodies:

2.        The Board of Trustees : is the legal and official body of the Schools, responsible for the general strategy, and for the final approval of schools' adopted policies. It consists of 12 members:



1)       His Honor Abdul-Azim Salhab

Secretary to the Board

2)       Sheikh Jamil Hammami


 3) Mr. Al-Mui’z lidinillah Annashashibi


4) Mr. Muhsen Sinokrot


5) Dr. Ibraheem Nasser Eddin


6) Mr. Jamal Fawzi Dajani


7) Dr. Abdul Hafeez Hazeeneh


8) Mr. Abdul Qader Tahboub


9) Dr. Mohammad Abdeen


10) Dr. Abdul Wadoud Tamimi


11) Mr. Maher Aweidah



·    The Advisory Committee : consists of five members, the chairman, the deputy, the treasurer and two board members.  Its role is to present recommendation to the board on various issues related to the schools.

·          Management Unit : consists of 21 staff members, including the secretary of the board  volunteering as an Executive Manager. This unit is responsible for running day–to-day work, as well as implementing the board’s policies and decisions and

also ensures the implementation of the Ministry of Education's legal legislation.

The Management Unit consists of the following departments: the Financial, the Human Resources, the Public Relations, the ISO, the Academic Supervision and the General Secretariat.


3.       The following is a description of Al- Eman Schools :


1.4  Al-Eman Kindergarten(KG)


Aliman KG: one of the leading kindergartens in Jerusalem. It was established in 1984 in Beit Hanina and is managed by a qualified administration specialized in childhood education, the  KG aims at providing an enhanced environment revolving around the holistic growth of the child at all levels;  mental, social, emotional, moral and spiritual. Learning at the KG is based upon activity centers approach which enables the kids to experiment, discover and analyze. The KG has 191 kids and a qualified teaching staff consisting of a principal, a secretary and 13 teachers


2.4   Al-Eman Secondary School for Boys


This School was established in Beit Hanina in 1990, The Schools has two huge buildings with a computer lab, science lab, vocational training lab, a library and an art room.

The school has 704 students distributed over thirty divisions and a qualified teaching staff consisting of a principal a deputy and 40 teachers.


3.4 Al-Eman Primary School for Boys

This school was established in 1990 in Beit- Hanina for girls, the school has classes for boys from the first to the sixth grade. The school has 348 boys and qualified teaching staff consisting of a principal, a secretary and 18 teachers.


4.4  Al-Eman   Primary Girls School


The school was established in 1990 in Beit-Hanina for girls. The school has classes for girls from the first to the sixth. The school has 319 girls and qualified teaching staff consists of the principal, the deputy and 18 teachers.


5.4    Al-Eman Secondary School for Girls


The School was established in 1991 in Shufat, The school has classes from the 7th to the 12th in twelve divisions. The School has a computer lab, a science lab, a library, an Art room and Home Economics room.

Most of the students in this school are transferred from Al-Eman Primary School to pursue their high school education. The school has 297 students and a qualified teaching staff consists of a principal and 26 teachers.


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