International Indian High School, Dubai Admissions Started
International Indian High School
The Indian High School, Dubai, will start admissions to its new school at Dubai Silicon Oasis from today. Offering the CBSE International curriculum, The International Indian School, is being positioned as a modern, elitist school with international facilities and resources for academic and extra curricular activities.
Speaking with Khaleej Times, Ashok Kumar, CEO, Indian High School said, “We will be starting with kindergarten classes and a total of 1,000 admissions will be made available.”
ICT integrated teaching and learning forms the core of the curriculum transaction process, intending to nurture in children the invaluable skills of collaborative learning, independent research, and life long learning.
Classes for KG1 and KG2 will begin from April 2011 and the process of enrolment will begin from today at the Indian High School, Za’abeel (Oud Mehta) campus. Tuition fees for the kindergarten classes are set at Dh830 per month with an additional monthly transport fee.