The Knowledge and Human Resource Authority has announced the opening of 10 new private schools in Dubai this year. Among these four are British curriculum schools, two Indian, one IB, One Canadian and one French and American school each. These new schools are expected to begin operating from September this year.
The new schools will meet the growing demand for high quality education and provide parents with more choice for their children’s education. The school operators have assured to offer high quality of education across variety of locations in Dubai. These new schools will not just offer variety of curricula but also have varying annual fees structure.
Among the 10 new schools, Amity School that opened last month follows Indian curriculum and has the lowest annual fees, ranging from Dh15,000 to Dh26,000. And the most expensive school on the list is the North London Collegiate School Dubai, Meydan City offering IB curriculum with annual fees, ranging from Dh83,000 to Dh130,000.
|School||Curriculum||Opening||Annual Fees (Dh)||Location|
|Amity School||Indian||April||15,000 – 26,000||Al Qusais|
|British Colombia Canadian School||Canadian||September||40,000 – 60,000||Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum City|
|Dewa Academy||British/BTech||September||NA||Al Hudaiba|
|Dubai Heights Academy||British||September||44,200 – 58,400||Al Barsha South|
|Global Indian International School||Indian||September||27,000 – 37,000||Al Qusais|
|Lycee Francais Jean Mermoz||French||September||36,000 – 46,000||Al Quoz|
|Newlands School||British||September||19,200 – 26,400||Al Warqaa|
|North London Collegiate School Dubai||IB||September||83,000 – 130,000||Meydan City|
|Rising School||American||September||38,000 – 55,000||Nad Al Sheba|
|The Alpha School||British||September||22,280 – 28,500||Al Qusais|