British Elementary through to 6th Form
Founded in 1976, Dubai Scholars is not only one of the oldest educational institutions in the UAE, but also one of its most prestigious. Boasting an educational curriculum second to none, it has seen its students move onto institutions of higher learning such as Oxford, Cambridge, University of Pennsylvania and Georgetown. Located in Al Ghusais, Dubai Scholars is a British Curriculum school leading upto the O’ & A’ Level programmes.
When you visit Dubai Scholars, you will find an involved community of educators, students and parents, contributing to an environment of high expectations and nurturing the strength of character and the capacity for lifelong learning that has marked our students for over thirty years.
Located in the Al-Ghusais area, Dubai Scholars is conveniently located to students coming from both Dubai and Sharjah.
Is this a non-profit school?
Who runs the school?
The headmistress is T. Miranda
What is the school’s philosophy?
Dubai Scholars is a progressive institution fostering educational excellence. Founded on best practices from East and West, we implement the latest thought-leadership in global pedagogies in concert with appropriate technologies and tools. Tradition and modernity both have a place in our rich and diverse curriculum.
The school nurtures and supports learners during their critical formative years, developing within them a healthy and high level of personal expectations and achievement. Through experiential teaching, the school provides the framework for higher order thinking and critical analysis, allowing students to become authors of their own learning. Interactive teaching methodologies, classroom activities, related articles and worksheets, peer study and the suitable use of technology, enriches the daily experiences for the child in the classroom.
While the school strongly focuses on a high level of academics, the curriculum is holistic in its approach, incorporating various tracks from social awareness to life skills and etiquette. Co-curricular activities from the musical to the athletic are all part of the school programme.
The mission is to provide a collaborative and interactive teaching & learning environment that is conducive for the development of your child. The philosophy focuses on preparing students for the practical demands of today’s evolving global society.
What facilities/programmes does the school offer?
Situated on a 200,000 sq. ft. footprint, Dubai Scholars boasts a multi-purpose facility. Our campus was specifically designed to support the school’s mission across its multiple disciplines. Everything in the school invites engagement, experimentation and exploration all within a safe, secure and nurturing environment.
1998 was a major milestone as Dubai Scholars won the official song contest for the Dubai ATP Tennis Open. Composed, produced and sung by the students, Dubai Scholars finally went global when its production was heard live across three different continents. Since then, Dubai Scholars has continued to shine, more recently with Best in Show at the Dubai Rock Challenge.
This past year, the School Choir got involved with the musical fund raising event on World Cancer Day 2011, organized by the Dubai Music School. The school is proud of their participation in helping raise a sizeable amount of monies for this worthy cause.
The DS Dance Troupe also found ways to shine in 2011 by bagging the 1st Runners Up at the Spring Fiesta Competition.
The end of year talent show gave all students the opportunity to showcase their talents and was a fun day for both children and faculty.
2011 may however be best remembered for “A Tribute to Michael Jackson”, a two night performance that took all on a journey through the life of this enigmatic star. It was a breath-taking performance that highlighted how special and talented Dubai Scholars’ children are.
Dubai Scholars emphasises School Events as a forum for the children to engage their critical thinking skills in a creative and lingustic environment – one that allows them to safely build up their confidence.
Community service programmes at the school include:
* Sponsoring education for less privileged children.
* Distributing food and toiletries at labour camps.
* Environmental action to clean the beaches and roads.
* Breast Cancer and Aids Awareness Fund Raising.
* Visiting Old Age Homes and Children’s Wards in Dubai.
Wait list forms may be downloaded by clicking on this link <http://dubaischolars.com/modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/1475575/File/WAITLIST_KG%20FORM.pdf?sessionid=6a03257e6e4d6da6e3ac6dfd4138d085> , and submitting the same to the front desk with a payment of Dhs 100 /- starting 20th of November 2011 between 7:30 and 10:00 a.m. (Sun – Thu). Seats will be confirmed after 10th February 2012 by email.
On confirmation of admission, parents will be required to bring the following documents:
Completed application booklet. This can be downloaded by clicking on this link <http://dubaischolars.com/modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/1475575/File/KG%20Prospectus/KG%20Prospectus.pdf?sessionid=6a03257e6e4d6da6e3ac6dfd4138d085> .
6 passport size photographs.
2 passport photocopies with student’s valid visa.
2 birth certificate photocopies.
1 health card photocopy.
1 immunization card (vaccination card) photocopy.
Dhs 1,500/-for the Registration Fee (non-refundable).
Dhs 4,409/- for 1st term Tution Fees (non-refundable).
Dhs 1,200/- for books, uniforms & activities fees. (non-refundable).
Fees are subject to change for the academic year 2012-2013.
Please note- As per Ministry of Education Regulation, for KG1, the child must be 3 years old by September 15th 2012. Preference will be given to children between the ages of 3½ to 4½ years.
Bus facility is not provided to the following areas:
Dubai – Al Nasser Square / Gold Souk / Al Baraha / Lamcy / Oud Metha Road / Mirdiff / Satwa / Garhoud / Rashidiya
Sharjah – Beyond K. Faisal Street
Please note that there are no seats available for admission to HKG to grade 11, the school advises that parents contact its sister school
Scholars International Academy on 06-5355033 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Good (as of 2011)