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Indian Excellent Private School, Sharjah

Indian Excellent Private School is a private K-12 school located in Al Azra, Sharjah. The school was opened in 1991 by the Karth Education Society (KES) as a school for Indian expatriates and local UAE students.

The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and as such follows a CBSE curriculum with subjects being taught in Arabic as well as the option to learn a second language in Hindi or French. Between Grades 11 and 12 the school offers Science and Commerce streams Subjects, English, General studies, Physical and Health Education, Work Experience and four stream based electives (Mathematics, Physics, chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Accountancy, Economics, Computer Science, Informatics Practices).

The school offers a number of co-curricular activities including Games, Sports, Music, Drama, Dance, educational trips and picnics.

Indian Excellent Private School, Sharjah follows a house system, with students divided into Coral, Emerald, Ruby and Sapphire. The system is used to drive a (healthy) competitive spirit among students, as well as a sense of collective responsibility and of solidarity.

Fees are not disclosed on the school’s rather limited web site.

 

Admissions

Admission to KG will be granted to children who complete 4 years of age as on July 31st of the academic year. “Under-age children shall not be admitted as per the instructions received from the Ministry of Education”. More here.

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Update on June 26, 2015 | Reviewed by David on August 2, 2012

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  1. John K says
    April 26, 2016, 8:13 pm

    I have two children studying in this school. The school has changed the color of the house and increased the PT days and we have to compulsory buy new uniforms and even socks. It’s really comes as shocking for parents and expats when we are trying to meet ends and school imposes heavy prices. Even a simple pt tshirt that cost 12-15 aed is charged 25 – 30 AED.

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  2. V.K.Swamy says
    March 4, 2015, 4:10 pm

    My sincere intention is that such a great school having 24 years of reputation should not be lost by intolerance. Students come to learn, they should not be misguided by our wrong attitude. With regards, V.K.Swamy.

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