Best Indian Curriculum schools in UAE
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) holds the responsibility of inspecting the schools in Dubai. The schools are inspected and rated on a scale of performance standards from "outstanding" to "very weak." Parents who wish to send their children to the best schools in the UAE tend to rely on the KHDA rating that is released every year for Dubai schools. The KHDA inspection sees over 35 Indian Curriculum schools every year that fall in the "outstanding," "very good," or "good" category. Some of them are consistently found on the list and are regarded as the best Indian curriculum schools in the UAE.Let’s have a look at a few.
GEMS Modern Academy
It was established in 1986 and is located in Nad Al Sheba, Dubai.It supports the ICSE and IB curriculum. The school has over 3,800 students and a staff of over 300 people. It has been rated "outstanding" for nearly a decade and offers excellent quality education to the students from pre-kindergarten up to grade 12. It also provides the option of choosing the IBDP curriculum and subjects for the students in Grades 11 and 12. The annual fee is approximately AED 28000–52000.
JSS Private School
The school was founded in 2011 and receives a "Very Good" rating from the KHDA every year. It follows the CBSE curriculum and offers education from prekindergarten to grade 12.The primary aim of the school is to let students focus on knowledge, skills, values, and character building. The extracurricular activity area covers sports, health, community, environment, public speaking, music, dance, drama, and many more to enhance the overall student personality. The total strength of the students is over 1900, and the teaching faculty is 170. The annual fee is up to AED 24,000,
GEMS: Our Own English High School, Dubai
It was founded in 1968 and is located at 41st Street, Al Warqa. It is one of the oldest girls' schools in Dubai that offers and maintains its education standards today. It follows the CBSE curriculum and achieves a "Very Good" rating by the KHDA every year. The level of education is from KG 1 to Grade 12. It has over 10,000 students and a teaching staff of over 500 teachers. The annual fee is approximately AED 7,000–15,000.
The Indian High School, Dubai
The school was founded in the year 1961 and is one of the oldest co-ed schools in Dubai. It is also one of the best schools in the UAE that follows the CBSE curriculum.The school has been increasing the number of students every year compared to the previous year, and now it has more than 9,000 students and a teaching staff of 300 people. The level of education is from Grades 5 to 12. It has received the KHDA rating of "Very Good" with an affordable annual fee of up to AED 10,000.
The school was founded in 2009 and has been continuing to maintain its standards as one of the best Indian curriculum schools in Dubai. Its KHDA rating is "Very Good," and it matches almost all the specifications of a good CISCE school. The level of education is from KG to 12th grade. The school has over 2000 students in total, including over 150 special needs students.The annual fee for the school is between AED 12,000 and AED 38,000 for the class of KG-12.