Fine Arts are very important for human development; they promote various forms of expression. The importance of art, music, dance and theater in the educational process have been emphasized for decades. Education and engagement in the Fine Arts are an important part of the school curriculum and an essential component in the educational program of every student. Fine Arts help develop the neural system that is associated with many benefits, ranging from fine motor skills to creativity and better emotional balance. They also promote self-esteem, motivation, cultural exposure, improved emotional expression, creativity, appreciation of diversity, as well as social harmony. 

Physical Education provides students with opportunities to develop motor skills, fitness, and gain understanding about the importance of physical activity. Students will value the knowledge, confidence, skill and motivation needed to engage in a lifelong, healthy and active lifestyle. NG sports teams hold several matches against other schools and have won many trophies. It also encourages the academic philosophy that "A healthy mind is in a healthy body."

Music is taught across the board. Students from preschool to high school are constantly performing on stage in front of a live audience with musical instruments or compositions. Music classes help students develop their creativity and talents. Classes are offered between two to three times per week, depending on the grade level. By having students perform in a band such as The Little Rockers, students learn how to cooperate with others.

Art classes are the first step in writing for early ages. Students at various grade levels continuously display their artistic expression through painting, drawing and sculpturing. Student artwork is displayed all over the school in their various forms. An Art Exhibition is held every year where students showcase their creative and beautiful achievements. 

Every year, students take part in English or Arabic plays and perform in front of a huge audience. Drama shows consistent effects in narrative understanding, character motivation, reading and writing skills, and interpersonal skills. Drama helps the students become more outspoken and quick to solve problems.