AVH believes that pediatric patients deserve to receive education that will provide them with the hope and confidence they need in order to continue their development and progress in the future. Therefore, in September 2016, AVH established the Persistence School, which serves pediatric patients who are bedridden due to their illnesses, but who still want to pursue their education.
The name of the school, Persistence, means "determination" in Arabic, this represents the hospital's belief in the importance of not only addressing illness through medical treatment, but also through education and a strong will to overcome challenges.
The total number of students at the Persistence School from 2016 to 2023 is 150.
The hospital understands the difficulties and challenges faced by our patients, as well as their parents and caregivers, and firmly believes in the importance of continuing the educational journey of these young students, even while they are in a bedridden state and fighting a disease. The school's teaching style is highly adaptable, designed to meet the specific needs of each student.