5 Schools In The UAE
Education plays a very crucial role in a person’s growth throughout his lifetime. So it’s always better to be extra careful while choosing a school for your little one, which not only offers quality education but also concentrates on the overall personality development of the child. If you’re residing in the UAE or moved to UAE recently, here’s a compiled list of top 5 schools in the UAE to help you select the best from the best.
Jumeirah English Speaking School, Dubai
Jumeirah English Speaking School, also known as JESS, is a British private school in Dubai, UAE. It is one of the few non-profit-making schools in Dubai which has been providing quality education to children since September 1975. Now after over 40 years, the school has 2,070 students enrolled in two different sites – first at Jumeirah which is the original primary school and the second at Arabian Ranches, founded in September 2005, offering primary, secondary and high school as well.
The school has built its reputation for providing rich curriculum and personal development with excellent attention to student’s care, health, and safety including provisions for students with special needs and disabilities.
Raha International School, Abu Dhabi
Raha International School or RIS is a private school situated in Al Raha Gardens, Abu Dhabi, UAE. It was the first school in Abu Dhabi to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme. The school is spread across 14 acres of property offering three IB programmes – Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme and Diploma Programme.
Being a part of Taleem, which is UAE’s second-largest school provider for early years founded in 2004, RIS aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people.
Delta English School, Sharjah
Founded in 1992, Delta English School is located in Muwailih Commercial, Sharjah, UAE. It is owned and operated by Delta Education System, Texas, USA. The school which is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (New Delhi, India), is one of the earliest C.B.S.E. schools in the country.
Delta English School has been striving hard to provide a learning environment for both students and faculty by intellectually engaging them inside as well as outside of the classroom for more than 20 years now.
Al Ameer English School, Ajman
The Al Ameer English School was founded in Ajman, UAE in the year 1991. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi and has English as the primary medium of instruction with options of Hindi, Malayalam, French, and Urdu as the second language. The school not only excels in academics but also holds records in co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
The school campus is spread over an area of 10,800 square meters and is a division of Al Manama Group.
Dubai Scholars Private School, Dubai
Dubai Scholars Private School, founded in 1976, is one of the oldest and most prestigious educational institutions of UAE. It is located in Al Qusais, Dubai and has been providing student-centric learning environment from four decades. The school follows the British Curriculum offering courses from KG1 to year 13.
The school’s goal is to transform each student into a confident individual capable of taking risks without leaving the core values.
These are some of the best institutions providing that ideal balance of learning and fun. Hope this helps you to decide the best school for your child.
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