The BMIS Islamic Studies curriculum is aligned with the objectives of the Saudi Ministry of Education and to the unit of inquiry followed by the school with the goal of connecting and deepening the children’s knowledge. Our Islamic Studies curriculum introduces students to the essentials of their faith. Our Islamic curriculum is designed to enable both, Islamic as well as academic learning in students while providing necessary social skills. Moreover, the Islamic lessons are integrated with our academic studies. Children recite – memorize the Holy Quran on a daily basis, learn the Hadith and are exposed to the stories of our Prophet (PBUH) and Sahaba through numerous activities.

The BMIS holistic approach sees the child as a whole. The PSPE plays an important role in the child’s health and wellbeing. Physical fitness improves gross motor skills and fine motor skills development. It provides regular, healthful physical activity, teaches self-discipline and facilitates development of student responsibility for health and fitness. Physical education is the most powerful 'medicine' for present and future health issues - for the body, mind and spirit. Our children are exposed and coached in different kinds of sports.

Music is a powerful tool that helps children learn new thinking skills. When children play with musical instruments, they explore cause and effect. They can see that pressing a key makes a sound. Additionally, they learn to pay attention to changes in sound, noting for example that certain keys sound deeper than others. Exploring musical instruments also helps children learn how different instruments work and the sounds they create. Research indicates a positive relationship between studying music and developing spatial skills necessary for math and science learning. Research also shows that the study of music affects students positively in other areas of their lives.

Every learner benefits from having access to different languages, and, through that access, to different cultures and perspectives. Acquisition of more than one language enriches personal development and helps facilitate international-mindedness. BMIS children are bilingual children making it easier for them to be exposed to a third language, the French language. Our children are introduced to the French language twice a week according to their grade levels.