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The 10 New Dubai Schools Coming in 2017-18

by Lyn SoppelsaMay 21, 2017

The KHDA has announced a list of 10 new schools expected to open for the 2017-18 academic year – meaning more choice for parents. The majority of the schools will offer UK curriculum (in some cases with the IB Diploma programme at Sixth Form), although there will also be a new IB curriculum through-school, 2 new Indian curriculum schools, one French, one Canadian and one American. DEWA will be opening a Sixth Form Academy offering UK curriculum/BTEC qualifications.

Our own SchoolsCompared.com reviews are in preparation and will follow shortly. Details of all the schools can be found in our table below  – click on the name for further details.

 

School Name Opening in Curriculum Annual fees Location
Dubai Heights Academy September 2017 British Dh 44,200 – Dh 58,400 Al Barsha South
Amity School Dubai April 2017 Indian Dh 15,000 – Dh 26,000 Al Qusais
North London Collegiate School  September 2017 International Baccalaureate Dh 83,000 – Dh 130,000 Meydan City
British Columbia Canadian School September 2017 Canadian Dh 40,000 – Dh 60,000 Dubai Investment Park
Lycée Français Jean Mermoz September 2017 French Dh 36,000 – Dh 46,000 Al Quoz
DEWA Academy
(Year 10 – Year 12)
September 2017 UK/BTEC Al Hudaiba
The Alpha School September 2017 UK Dh 22,280 – Dh 28,500 Al Qusais
Global Indian International School September 2017 Indian Dh 27,000 – Dh 37,000 Al Qusais
Rising School September 2017 American Dh 38,000 – Dh 55,000 Nad Al Sheba
Newlands School September 2017 UK Dh 19,200 –

Dh 26,400

Al Warqaa

In our Opening Schools section you will find details of additional schools coming in 2018/19.

The latest we have details for are The Arbor School, a UK curriculum school, which is due to open in Al Furjan, and The Aquila School – with a UK/IB curriculum mix – set to open in Dubailand.

To keep tabs of opening schools, keep a tab of our dedicated section for them here.

 

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