Brent Wingers - Vice Principal of MS/HS, ISG Jubail School

Brent Wingers graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2007 with majors in history and broadfield social studies education.  He began his international teaching career in Honduras while also working to complete his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership through Framingham State University in Massachusetts.

In addition to Central America, he has previously taught and lived in Myanmar and Indonesia.  With experience in middle and high school social studies, and after serving in a variety of coaching and leadership roles,  Mr. Wingers joined ISG in 2016 as a social studies educator.  With a decade of experience in the international schools community, Mr. Wingers is eager to now serve ISG-Jubail in an administrative capacity.  He is accompanied by his wife Caitlin, who teaches elementary school in Jubail, and their two young sons.

Key Initiatives in the Jubail Middle and High School include:

  • Implementing a comprehensive assessment policy targeting academic achievement and student learning behaviors
  • Piloting a student-led conference model that serves to increase student agency and places students as active participants in the learning process
  • Completing the application and subsequent authorization process aimed at offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) beginning in the 2018/19 academic year
  • Continuing the design of an articulated 6-12 curriculum based on UdB framework that can be shared with the wider ISG teaching and parent community.

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International Schools Group (ISG)
P. O. Box 31677
Al-Khobar 31952
Saudi Arabia

Phone: +966-13-330-0555

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