List Of Top 20 Indian Schools In UAE And Fee Structure
Category: Education
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Education in UAE: 

In every part of the world, parents care deeply about their children's education. It can be difficult for expat parents living in the UAE to find a school that aligns with their values regarding curriculum, classroom culture, and budget. This section provides an overview of the UAE's educational system and a list of the top 20 Indian schools in the country.  

UAE is top in three global measures, including primary enrolment and literacy statistics as well as international student flow, which are indicators of the quality of a country's education.

There are four levels of education in the UAE that is kindergarten schools, public schools, private schools, and institutions of higher education with 15 different types of curriculums. The UAE provides free and compulsory primary and secondary education for girls and boys in public schools for the citizens of the UAE. The Arabic language is the main medium of instruction in public schools, and English is equally important. In most schools, there is no racial or gender segregation during the pre-secondary standard. But after pre-secondary there are different section for girls and boys.

The UAE is home to more than 3,420,000 Indian expats, which is more than 38 percent of its total population. Indians living in the UAE prefer to send their kids to Indian schools. As they feel it will be comfortable for their kids to cope with the curriculum if they move back to India after some time. Moreover, parents want their children to understand Indian culture and feel it. 

A large number of Indian schools are located in the UAE. The following are the top 20 Indian schools in UAE as well as their fee structure and contact information: 

Top 20 Indian Schools in Dubai (UAE):

Top Indian Schools of UAE with their fees structure

1. GEMS Modern Academy 

Dubai Modern High School (previously GEMS Modern Academy) teaches children ages three (pre-kindergarten) to 18 years of age. It is the only Indian curriculum school to be ranked Outstanding by the KHDA. Grades 11 and 12 have the option of taking the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, as well as CISCE lessons.

Location and Contact Details of GEMS Modern Academy 

Curriculum: IB DP, CISCE
Annual Fees: AED 28,646 to AED 52,427 
Average Annual fee: AED 43,000
Gender: Co-education
Grades: Pre-KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Outstanding

2. Ambassador Kindergarten

In Dubai, the Ambassador Kindergarten is a rare independent nursery/kindergarten that is large enough and offers a full KG section for registration with the KHDA. There is also a pre-Kindergarten/Nursery section for the younger children.

Location and Contact Details of Ambassador Kindergarten 

Curriculum: Montessori, CISCE, EYFS
Annual Fees: AED 20,108 to AED 26,808
Average Annual fee: AED 24,500
Gender: Co-education
Grades:  Nursery/kindergartens
KHDA Rating: Very good

3. Ambassador School

Ambassador School Dubai, an ICSE school, is clearly on the rise, with four Good ratings from the KHDA, and a headteacher, administrator and parents aligned on where to go. As a school following the Indian curriculum, it can be expected that common concerns will be raised about rote learning, heavy textbooks, and an extreme focus on exam results.  Despite the strong focus on academics - and much more besides - Ambassador points out that it also has other priorities.

Location and Contact Details of Ambassador School 

Curriculum: CISCE
Annual Fees: AED 21,123 to AED 42,298
Average Annual fee: AED 28,000
Gender: Co-education
Grades:  Grade 1 to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

4. Delhi Private School

Delhi Private School Dubai is one of the few Indian curriculum schools outside of Bur Dubai and Deira, located at Jebel Ali Village, in the southern end of the city. Since its inception in 2003, the school has grown continuously. At DPS, students complete CBSE exams in Grades 10 and 12 with an Indian-based curriculum.  All India Senior Secondary Examinations (AISSE), the All India Secondary School Certificate (AISSC), and the International Benchmark Tests (IBT), are taken by students from Grade 3 through Grade 9.  Furthermore, students participate in cycle-based international assessments such as PISA, TIMSS, and PIRLS.

Location and Contact Details of Delhi Private School 

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 10,298 to AED 14,416
Average Annual fee: AED 12,000
Gender: Co-education
Grades:  KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

5. GEMS New Millennium School 

The school is situated within a pedestrian distance of two other GEMS schools at the edge of Dubai Hills development on Al Khail Road and Al Marabea Street. Its purpose is to provide an Indian curriculum education to the families relocated to the developments of Dubai Hills and Mohammed Bin Rashid City. Despite this, there are children traveling to it from all over Dubai.

Location and Contact Details of GEMS New Millennium School

Curriculum: CBSE, IGCSE, EYFS
Annual Fees: AED 18,188 to AED 31,025
Average Annual fee: AED 26,000
Gender: Co-education
Grades: Pre-KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

6. GEMS Our Own English High School

The largest high school in the emirate, GEMS Our Own English High School, serves over 10,400 predominantly Indian girls from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Dubai's education regulator, the KHDA, currently rates the CBSE-based school as Very Good, a rating it has maintained for at least five years. GEMS Our Own English High School, founded in 1968 by K S Varkey and Mariama Varkey, is located on the outskirts of Dubai near the border with Sharjah. It is the oldest school of the GEMS Group.  

Location and Contact Details of GEMS Our Own English High School 

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 7,237 to AED 15,313
Average Annual fee: AED 10,500
Gender: Co-education
Grades: KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

7. JSS International School

In 2017, JSS International School relocated from its nearby Al Barsha site to Jumeirah Village Circle (between Al Khail Road and Hessa Street). Founded in March 2009, the school provides education to students between ages 4 and 17, or from KG to Grade 12. There are over 130 schools operated by the JSS Mahavidyapeetha (JSSMVP), a charitable trust dedicated to "the development of culture, literature, and education for the prosperity of humanity". JSS International School (JSSIS) is one of 130 schools operated by the foundation, including 122 Indian State Board's schools, one ICSE school and 12 CBSE schools.

Location and Contact Details of JSS International School 

Curriculum: CBSE, CISCE
Annual Fees: AED 14,424 to AED 37,638
Average Annual fee: AED 23,000
Gender: Co-education
Grades: KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

8. JSS Private School

JSS Private School is a private school located in Al Wasl, Dubai offering KG to Grade 12 education. School was established in 2011 and falls under the JSS Mahavidyapeetha group (JSSMVP), an organization that operates more than 100 schools in India and several others overseas. Over the course of the academic year, JSS grew from 180 to 240 students after opening in 2011. Unlike the more prevalent CBSE curriculum at the Private School, the JSS Private School offers ICSE curriculum, not CBSE. There are currently 1,935 students enrolled in the school (2019-20). 
 
Location and Contact Details of JSS Private School

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 11,228 to 24,384
Average Annual fee: AED 15,500
Gender: Co-education
Grades: Pre-KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

9. The Indian High School

It is a K-12 school with an Indian curriculum. Following five years of outstanding ratings, the 'Old Dubai' Oud Metha branch of the school was given a KHDA inspection rating of Very Good for 2017/18. Since inspections began, the junior school in Garhoud has received a Good rating. English, Hindi, Arabic, Mathematics, General Science, Social Studies, Art Education, Moral Science / Islamic Studies, Work Experience, Physical and Health Education, as well as Computer Education, are among the core subjects of Indian High School Dubai.

Location and Contact Details of The Indian High School

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 5,525 to AED 10,465
Average Annual fee: AED 7,900
Gender: Co-education
Grades: KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

10. The Millennium School

The Millennium School, Dubai is a CBSE and CBSE-I curriculum-based GEMS Education school serving 2,803 students aged three to 17 (KG to Grade 12). The majority of the students are Indian. Most of the teachers come from India, while Egyptian teachers teach Arabic. They are either graduates or postgraduates. The majority of teachers hold a B.Ed degree, although some senior teachers do not.

Location and Contact Details of The Millennium School 

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 16,898 to AED 24,849
Average Annual fee: AED 21,500
Gender: Co-education
Grades: KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Very good

11. Woodlem Park School (previously Bilva Indian School)

In 2014, Woodem Park School Dubai - previously Bilva Indian School - opened in Al Qusais with a CBSE curriculum. It currently provides classes to boys and girls ages 4 - 14 and will expand its program every year until Grade 12.  Nursery (pre-KG) and KG classes will have a maximum of 25 students, and the maximum class size for Grade 1 will be 30 students. Upon completion, WPD will be able to accommodate up to 5,000 students from pre-kindergarten to grade 12.

Location and Contact Details of Woodlem Park School 

Curriculum: International, CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 12,000 to AED 23,000
Average Annual fee: AED 17,500
Gender: Co-education
Grades: KG to Grade 10
KHDA Rating: Good

12. Credence High School

Credence High School offers CBSE curriculum on a large campus in Al Qouz Industrial location. With bus services covering large areas of Dubai, Deira and Sharjah, it is convenient to the Al Khail and Sheikh Zayed Roads. Many prominent local Indian businessmen founded Credence High School, including Dr. Moopen who owns Aster Medical Clinics in Dubai. Pre-KG to Grade 12 are offered the CBSE curriculum. Grade 12 will be added in the 2021-22 academic year.

Location and Contact Details of Credence High School 

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 13,000 to AED 26,000
Average Annual fee: AED 20,500
Gender: Co-education
Grades: Pre KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Good

13. GEMS Our Own Indian School

GEMS Education owns and runs Our Own Indian School, a CBSE school located in Al Quoz, Dubai, which opened its doors in 1991. KHDA, Dubai's education regulator, currently rates it as 'Good', a rating it held for four years prior to 2014-2015, when it dropped to 'Acceptable'. Since then, the school has been rated 'Good' for the past five years.

Location and Contact Details of GEMS Our Own Indian School

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 6,523 to AED 13,297
Average Annual fee: AED 8,800
Gender: Co-education
Grades: KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Good

14. Our Own High School

Our Own High School Al Warqaa opened in 1975 as a separate Boys School to allow a single shift at the original Our Own High School in Bastakiya. As of the 2019-20 KHDA inspection, OOHS AW had 4, 650 students on its roll, being taught by 223 teachers.

Location and Contact Details of Our Own High School 

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 8,734 to AED 15,069
Average Annual fee: AED 10,500
Gender: Boys only
Grades: Grades 1 to 12
KHDA Rating: Good

15. Primus Private School

Formerly known as Rajagiri International School, Primus Private School is located on the Dubai-Sharjah border in Al Waaq'a. During the 2019-20 inspection process, the school has undergone a brand transformation while maintaining its Good rating by the KHDA for the 11th time in a row. CBSE curriculum is followed by students from Grade 1 to Grade 10 while the KG curriculum is based on the UK's Early Years Foundation Stage, which is becoming more prevalent in Indian curriculum schools.  

Location and Contact Details of Primus Private School

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 11,339 to AED 22,731
Average Annual fee: AED 17,000
Gender: Co-educational
Grades: Pre KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Good

16. Springdales School

The school in Dubai is a sister campus to the one in Delhi (but it is independently managed). In its native country, Springdales School India is ranked among the top 10 outstanding schools. The institution was founded in 1955 by veteran British educator, Mrs. Rajni Kumar. Following a Good rating in its first DSIB inspection in 2015-16, there was inevitable disappointment when the rating was downgraded to Acceptable the following year. Since then, the school has again received a Good rating.

Location and Contact Details of Springdales School

Curriculum: CBSE, EYFS
Annual Fees: AED 18,840 to AED 32,000
Average Annual fee: AED 25,500
Gender: Co-educational
Grades: Pre KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Good

17. The Indian Academy

The Indian Academy, established in 2012, is a CBSE curriculum school situated in the Muhaisnah area of Dubai, near the airport and the Sharjah border. The school currently offers pre-kindergarten through grade 12. In addition to offering the CBSE curriculum, it is committed to a holistic approach to the education of its students.  Its motto is "Inspire, Innovate, Achieve" and it supports these goals with detailed explanations of its philosophy and approach.

Location and Contact Details of The Indian Academy

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 11,102 to AED 22,000
Average Annual fee: AED 16,500
Gender: Co-educational
Grades: Pre KG to Grade 12
KHDA Rating: Good

18. The Indian High School-Branch

Indian High School Junior School (Al Garhoud), founded in 1988, runs as a not-for-profit organization by the same Board of Trustees as the Indian High School. The Junior School houses Kindergarten classes and Grade 1 through Grade 4 classes for both boys and girls.  As students complete their studies, they are automatically admitted to the Indian High School Oud Metha.  A further affiliated school - the Indian International School, which is also run by the same organization, is open from KG through Grade 10.  

Location and Contact Details of The Indian High School-Branch 

Curriculum: CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 5,276 to AED 5,525
Average Annual fee: AED 5,400
Gender: Co-educational
Grades: KG to Grade 10
KHDA Rating: Good

19. GEMS Legacy School (previously the Kindergarten Starters)

The GEMS Legacy School, which was known as The Kindergarten Starters until April 20, 2021, has been operating for many years as a CBSE school.

Location and Contact Details of GEMS Legacy School 

Curriculum: Blended Early Years, CBSE
Annual Fees: AED 7,888 to AED 10,528
Average Annual fee: AED 9,800
Gender: Co-educational
Grades: KG to to 5
KHDA Rating: Good

Also Read: 

Fees Structure Of Various Indian Schools In UAE

Cost Of Living In UAE

 

 

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