About Us


Leadership in quality education, aiming at outputs of integrated personality and distinctive capabilities that are able to keep pace with the advancements of civilization and interact positively with life developments.




Al Falah Schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain is a private educational institution characterized by its comprehensive curriculum based on the development of scientific, behavioral and skills aspects according to the principles of Islam and the values of citizenship.

It strives to graduate outstanding men and women, who are proud of their cultural identity and belonging to their homeland; who are able to contribute qualitatively and effectively to the development of their home countries with their knowledge and their skills in thinking, leadership, innovation and lifelong learning.


General Manager's Message

"In The Name Of The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful"

We believe that learning is limitless. We aim to develop each one of our students into true learners, individuals who always seek to broaden their perspective and to face life's challenges with courage and conviction.
For us, education is a pursuit that goes far beyond a qualification. While we aim to help our students excel in the course they are studying, we also hope to instil in them a thirst for learning throughout their lives. At Alfalah Schools, our teachers, students, and parents work together to realize this goal.
It is clear today that we are living on the threshold of a new era in which knowledge, communication technologies and information technology are rapidly multiplying.
In order to be part of this world, we invest in the future of our students by achieving the total quality standards. This is the very thought of our schools and development programs.
Through this platform we express our appreciation and gratitude for the light in the time of darkness – the teachers - the real partners in the upbringing of the future generation according to the message of the great Islam for which the schools came into presence.
We are delighted with the participation of everyone and we promise to take care of them as well as the flowers of our beautiful gardens in the sun of Bahrain.
We are always keen on updating our schools and benefit from all the new.
Let the horses be saddled for the ride and embark on our ambition.

Allah Bless!


Al Falah Schools was established in the Kingdom of Bahrain in Muharraq Governorate in 1411 AH under the supervision of the Council and trustees chaired by HE Sheikh Isa bin Mohammed Al Khalifa. As the number of student grew, another branch of the school was opened in Al-Riffa. The school currently has more than 1,300 students.
The general administration was in Muharraq for over twenty years before moving to the new building in the district of Aali where the new building of the girls' school was also opened in the year 2012/2013.
During the three phases student count exceeded 500 and in the academic year 2017/2018 new buildings were opened including new boys branch, public administration and the kindergarten with high quality facilities including a gym.
Muharraq has a branch for boys which includes primary, middle and secondary sections with more than 200 students.
A board of directors comprising educators and businessmen oversees the schools.
Thanks to Allah many students have graduated from your Secondary school level.

Board of Trustees

Mr. Abdulaziz Almir (Chairman of the Board)
Prof. Dr. Khaled Ahmed Bughoos (vice president)
Dr. Mohamed Hassan Al Sayed (Member)
Mr. Yasser Ahmed Al Arfaj (Member)
Mr. Nasser Al Bastaki (Member)
Prof. Dr. Wahib Al Khaja (Member)
Mr. Tariq Ishaq Al-Kooheji (Member)
Mr. Waleed Al-Kooheji (Member)
Mr. Abdul Razak Al-Kooheji (Member)
Mr. Zaher Mohammed Saeed Al-Awadi (Member)

Board of Directors

Prof. Dr. Khaled Ahmed Bughoos (Chairman of the Board)
Mr. Zaher Mohammed Saeed Al-Awadi (vice president)
Mr. Tariq Ishaq Al-Kooheji (Member)
Mr. Nasser Al Bastaki (Member)
Dr. Bassam Al Hamad (Member)
Mr. Abdulaziz Al Madfai (Member)
Mr. Abdul Ghani Habab (General Director)
Mr.Al-Mu'tasim Billah Ahmad (Member)