Academic Program
Narayna International School implements an educational system adapted from CBSE frameworks to meet the requirements established by the INDIAN Ministry of Education, and the needs of the students and community it serves. The school has the following structure:
- Kindergarten School: Kindergarten and Preparatory
- Elementary School: Grades 1--6
- High School: Grades 7--12

At Narayna International School, American and British programs (IGCSE and A-Levels), together with the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, are offered. The American curriculum is offered from Kindergarten to Grade 12, the British program from Grade 9 to 12, and the IB Diploma Programme in Grades 11 and 12. Upon completion of Grade 8, students either continue in the American curriculum or select the British curriculum. Upon completion of Grade 10, students enrolled in the American program may choose to apply to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.

KGrade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
American Regular
Advanced Placement
British IGCSE
Advanced Supplement

NIS also features a strong language curriculum, which includes English, Arabic, and French. The language of instruction is English, and Arabic programs are offered as required courses for all grade levels for both native and foreign speakers. The Arabic curriculum aligns with the requirements of the Ministry of Education. The study of the French language is also offered in Grades 1 through 12. French is obligatory for students in Grades 1--8 and is offered as an elective for students in Grades 9--12. At the end of Grade 7, students can sit for the "Certificat 1er niveau". In Grade 8, students can sit for the "Certificat 2eme niveau". Students in Grades 9 and above can sit for the "Certificat 3eme niveau".

Islamic studies are offered to all Moslem students, and character education/ethics for non-Moslems. The Islamic Studies curriculum aligns with the requirements of the Ministry of Education. The course is mandatory for all Muslim students and those who are interested may also enroll in these classes. Character education/ethics courses are offered for non-Moslems. Druze students should take Islamic studies unless they obtain a waiver from the Ministry of Education.