Extended holidays for Eid ul Fitr 2024 in Saudi Arabia schools

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Extended holidays for Eid ul Fitr 2024 in Saudi Arabia schools. As the academic calendar for Saudi Arabia’s education ministry is unveiled, students can look forward to an extended holiday in celebration of Eid al-Fitr this year.

Extended holidays for Eid ul Fitr 2024 in Saudi Arabia schools

The third academic semester kicks off on March 3, concluding on March 28, just in time for the anticipated Eid al-Fitr holiday around April 10. With Ramadan beginning around March 11, students will commence their break during the final days of this sacred month, resuming classes on April 15.

The month of Ramadan involves fasting from dawn till sunset, impacting work and school hours. Last year, a four-day public holiday was declared for the private and non-profit sectors. Additionally, the Saudi Founding Day on February 22 sets the stage for an upcoming long weekend as the country observes Fridays and Saturdays as its weekend days.

Exciting times lie ahead for students in Saudi Arabia, offering them a well-deserved break in the midst of significant cultural and religious celebrations.

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