The Princes' School was established by King Ibn Saud specifically to ensure a high level of education for members of the House of Saud and sons of other foremost Saudis. In 1356 H (corresponding to 1937), the school was reorganised and reopened on the second floor of Deera Palace.
Early in the Ibn Saud newly established country the Council of Senior Scholars or ulema thought education should only involve studying the Qur'an and Sharia law. The school was located in Ibn Saud's palace and the imam of the Grand Mosque of Mecca taught there. The school was only conducted within the Royal court.
King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz was born in Riyadh on 10/5/1354, corresponding to December 31, 1935. He received his early education at Princes' School in Riyadh, which was established by King Abdulaziz in 1356 to provide education for his children. There he studied religion and modern science, and celebrated the completion of memorizing the whole Quran on Sunday, 12/8/1364 H. The school was managed by Sheikh Abdullah Al Khayat, imam and preacher of the Grand Mosque.
Prince Salman was taught in the "princes' school" set up in Ibn Saud's palace by the imam of the Grand Mosque of Mecca, signaling the importance that Ibn Saud attached to the centrality of pure Islamic belief in the kingdom he created.
Salman attended the Princes' School in Riyadh. Not much is known about it, but it's said that a previous king founded it specifically for royals and the children of prominent Saudis.
King Salman received his early Education in the Princes' School in the Capital City Riyadh, a school established by Ibn Saud specifically to provide Education for his Children. He studied Religion, and Modern Science.
Fahd's education took place at the Princes' School in Riyadh, a school established by Ibn Saud specifically for the education of members of the House of Saud (the royal family of Saudi Arabia). While studying at the Princes' School, Fahd studied under well-known tutors including Sheikh Abdul-Ghani Khayat. Following his education at the Princes' School, Fahd moved on to the Religious Knowledge Institute in Mecca, where he studied Wahhabi Islam.
He was born in Riyadh in 1923 and educated at the Princes' School, which was established by his father, King Abdul Aziz.
He began his early study in the princes school in Riyadh
Born in 1934, Prince Turki studied at Princes' School.