|SCHOOLS IN BAHRAIN
|SCHOOLS IN BAHRAIN
Bahrain has a wide variety of private schools following different national curricula, available to both
Bahraini and expatriate children, for a complete listing of the schools in Bahrain please use the
government website which lists all registered private schools in Bahrain. http://www.moe.gov.
The main schools in Bahrain that follow the British curriculum, from age 3, include the British School of
Bahrain in Hamala,
Junior and Senior schools' reception
Tel: 1761 0920
Fax: 1761 0371
Infant school reception
Tel: 1761 3330
Fax: 1761 3230
"http://www.britishschoolbahrain.com/", this has been the main British curricula school in Manama but
has moved out of town to Hamala near the Saudi causeway, to a brand new state of the art campus
which has made it a very popular choice with modern state of the art equipment and classes. St
Christopher's school Bahrain has 2 campuses, one in Isa Town for seniors and Budaiya for the Junior
School, (Senior School Admissions) Tel: 17 598 500 (Infant and Junior School Admissions) Tel: 17 598
501 "http://www.st-chris.net/". Both of these schools continue up to a-level, the exams can be sat in
Bahrain and St Christopher's has started I B courses for older children.
Prep. Schools in Bahrain include Nadeen International School near Adliya tel; 17728886. Nadeen School
Bahrain is a British Curriculum Primary School, consisting of Pre-School, Infant, and Junior school
sections, with classes from Pre-Nursery through to Year 6. Children attend the school from 2-11 years
old. Nadeen School Bahrain was established in 1978.
Nadeen school has 320 children enrolled from 50 countries, the mix of children creates a happy
atmosphere where different cultures mix and learn from each other. Nadeen School Bahrain is known for
its positive, encouraging, and enthusiastic learning environment, where every child is treated as an
School class work is mostly topic/theme based with a strong emphasis placed on language, expression,
imagination, art, and music. History, Geography, Art-and-Craft, Science, and Design and Technology are
incorporated into these centers of interest, as well as taught separately. Music and Dance, Drama, PE,
Cooking, IT, French, and Library, are in the weekly syllabus for most children. The children are taught
in whole-class, group, and individual sessions. They also offer an English as a Second Language
Program to students requiring extra assistance.
Following the American curricula are the Bahrain school in Juffair tel; 17727828 "http://www.bahr-ehs.
eu.dodea.edu/". The school is operated by the Bahrain International School Association (BISA) with the
United States Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) and takes students from Kindergarten
to Twelfth grade. It became the first school in the country to offer the International Baccalaureate
Diploma in 1982. The school offers the American High School Diploma as well as the IB Diploma.
A New school in Bahrain, located at Riffa Views, is the Riffa Views International School
PO Box 3050 Manama, Bahrain. Located in Riffa Tel: 973-1656-5000 email@example.com
RVIS follows an American curriculum with classes from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 7 for the 2010-2011
school year. Grades will be added subsequently each year to eventually offer an American high school
diploma as well as an IB diploma. Arabic classes are for all students. All nationalities are welcome.
Newly built on the Amwaj Island's and opened in September 2006 is the International School of
Choueifat- Manama P.O.Box 50559 Amwaj Island – Kingdom of Bahrain Phone + 973 16033333, Fax +
973 16033330 This is a member of the SABIS® school network.
Popular kindergarten pre-schools include the Little Gems school in Budaiya, tel 17694356 and The
children's house Montessori school in Janabiya tel;17699844.
Among other schools in Bahrain are;
The Asian School Bahrain P.O Box: 1143 Tel:17728857; 17722886,
The Indian School Bahrain, P.O. Box:558 Isa Town Tel:00973 17684166
Fax: 00973 17682120, Founded in the year 1950, The Indian School Bahrain was originally initiated by a
small group of people with a committed workforce of three staff and a Headmistress, today, The Indian
School is one of the largest expatriate schools in the Arabian Gulf with a strength of over 7000 students
and a staff of over 400, in two campuses in Sitra and Isa Town.
Japanese School Bahrain, PO Box 30084, Mr Hatanaka,
Dilmon school in Adliya P.O. Box 26425 Tel: 17713483, which follows the British system. Modern
Knowledge Schools P.O. Box 15826 Tel: 17727712
In addition, for Catholic students, there is the Sacred Heart school Bahrain Isa Town, PO Box 388 (Tel.
973-684 367) and several mixed elementary schools. Details of all these schools are listed on the
Government school information website.
It is advisable to register your children as soon as you decide which school you would like your child or
children to attend, as with the tremendous growth Bahrain has experienced the schools tend to fill up
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