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Iranian School, Abu Dhabi

Iranian School, Abu Dhabi

Iranian Private School, also known as Emam Khomini Iranian School, is a private k-12 school located in Al Dhafrah, Abu Dhabi.

The school was founded in 1970 as the first Iranian school in Abu Dhabi for expatriate and international students.

The school follows an Iranian curriculum and aims to provide a strong social, artistic, scientific, economic and cultural foundation for Iranians living outside of the country.

The school does not keep its Web site up to date, and information on the school is sketchy at best. The last available piece of information on fees comes from Dubai FAQs, which is very out of date. For the 2008 year fees ranged from 760-1600 AED.

The school operates under a ‘directorate’ managing the affairs of eight schools in the UAE, with a combined student population of 6,000. The schools are: Towheed International and Boys School (Dubai), Towheed Girls School (Dubai), Khadije Kobra (PBUH) Girls School, Salman Boys School, Sharjah Boys and Girls School, Imam Khomeini (MBUH) Boys and Girls School in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain Boys and Girls School, and Adab Private Boys and Girls School.






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

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