The campus comprises nine school buildings.

Saudi-based Misk Schools has announced that work is nearing completion on its new campus in the Non-Profit City of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman in Riyadh.

The 210,0000-sq-m property, which comprises nine school buildings for male and female students aged three to 18 years, will be opening its doors in time for the new academic year this September.

Giving a project update, Dr Mohammad Al Hayaza, Chairman of the Misk Schools Board, said the new campus is the first project to be implemented in the Nonprofit City. It  can accommodate over 1,000 students and features academic classrooms, a library, art and design studios, science and food technology labs, Arabic culture hubs, IT suite and music room. It also has a kitchen in support of the school’s “farm to table” initiative.  The campus boasts three auditoriums and an exhibition gallery.