Plans have been announced to build a trio of new school complexes in the Qurtubah, Al Narjis and Hetteen districts of Riyadh at a total investment of SR162 million. The go-ahead for the Tarbyh Namouthajiyah schools complexes comes following the signing of land lease agreements for all three projects, explained the National Company for Learning and Education (NCLE).
The largest of the school complexes will be in the Qurtubah district with a 20,200m2 built-up area. Work on the project will begin in Q3 and is expected to be completed during Q4 of the fiscal year 2023/2024. When completed, the SR56 million school building will be able to welcome a total of 2,500 male and female students for the academic year 2024/2025.
The largest of the school complexes will be in the Qurtubah district with a 20,200m2 built-up area
On the Hetteen project, costing approximately SR 57 million, NCLE said the complex will have a total built-up area of 20,000m2 and be able to accommodate 2,000 male and female students.
Finally, the Al Narjis project, costing around SR49 million, will have a total built-up area of 15,300m2 and be able to accommodate 2,000 male and female students.