Offering IB, UK, Indian, US, Canadian and French curricula, schools will meet growing demand for high-quality education
Less than one week following the release of the Dubai schools inspections results, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has announced there will be 10 new schools opening in Dubai this September. Adding a new grade every year, the 10 new schools (at full capacity) are expected to add an additional 20,470 seats to Dubai’s private schooling network.
Priced at between Dh15,000 to Dh130,000 per annum, the new additions aim to give greater choices to parents across all communities in Dubai.
The schools will be offering the IB, UK, Indian, US, Canadian and French curricula, to meet the growing demand for high-quality education and add to the diversity of Dubai’s private schools sector. Situated across different areas in the city, these 10 new schools will add to the growing portfolio here in Dubai. During the 2016-17 academic year, a record 15 new private schools opened their doors to students and parents – more than double witnessed in the previous academic year.