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International Indian School, Ajman

International Indian School, Ajman offers education up to Grade 12. Founded in 2002, the school describes itself as one of the fastest growing schools in the emirate after moving to a “state-of- the-art” new building in mid-2011.

On its web site, the school claims 5,222 students, with 230 ‘Staffs’ (sic), representing “142 cultures”. No admission details, or curriculum details are provided. The web site badly needs an update and a rethink on the information it provides.

The school is recognized by the Ministry of Education and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. It has four sections: The KG section, the primary section (grade 1-4), the boys section (grade 5-12 boys) and girls section (grade 5-12 girls), each one administrated by a section supervisor. Grades 11 and 12 began in 2012.

The school also offers a number of extra-curricular activities such as Karate, Classical Dance and Madrassa.

Facilities include a science laboratory, computer laboratory, activity rooms, medical clinic with a full time nurse as well as a qualified pediatrician, canteen, school store and library with up to date, modern materials.

The school provides masses of detail on the cost of extra curricular activities, but none whatsoever on actual fees. Helpful. Tuition fees are collected in 10 installments.






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Update on June 26, 2015 | Reviewed by David on August 10, 2012

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