Updated 18 October 2020

Best Schools in Abu Dhabi, 2020

Which schools top the list of the Best Schools in Abu Dhabi?

The Best Schools in Abu Dhabi ranks all schools in our database that meet these criteria:

Location: Abu Dhabi
Price point: All
Phase: All

The ranking lists schools in order of their Parent Score, that is how well the score meets the expectations of this key stakeholder group represented numerically. We discuss why below. Schools not on this list, that you think should be and are missing, are likely to be as yet unrated. To be rated, a school simply needs a sufficient number of parent surveys to be undertaken. If you are a parent at one of these schools, please take the survey!

WhichSchoolAdvisor.com currently has 636 schools in its database. These are all independent, private, international schools offering a total of 46 curricula. All schools, we believe, aspire to offer the highest levels of care and performance for their students. Not all, however, are equally successful at doing so.

In this ranking, the Best Schools in Abu Dhabi, we, currently, have 34 schools competing for top spot. The total number of possible schools that could be on this list if all schools had a sufficient number of parent surveys, and all these schools had a rating of above 3.0, is 118.

Again, if your child currently attends a school in UAE, then please do review it, by taking the survey here. Your input will help 1000s of parents that follow you!

How we compile this list

When a parent completes a survey, his or her feedback is incorporated into the database and the ranking updated each Sunday. Tune in on Sunday 25th of October just after midnight to see the changes to the Best Schools in Abu Dhabi next week!

The WSA Parent Rating is based on the following questions in the survey:

  • Would you recommend your school to another parent?
  • How much of a sense of belonging does your child feel at his or her school?
  • To what extent do you think that children enjoy going to your child’s school?
  • How much do you agree to the statement: I think the fees I pay represent good value for money given the quality of the school offering.
  • Have you thought about moving your child from his current school?
  • Rate your satisfaction with the level of academic performance at your child’s school
  • How confident are you in your ability to make sure your child’s school meets your child’s learning needs?
  • Rate your satisfaction with the level of feedback you receive from your child’s school
  • How concerned are you about bullying at this school?
  • How much has this school improved your child’s confidence?

The WSA algorithm

We do not disclose the weighting we use, but in order to give schools, and parents, the power to impact their score, we skew results to those most recently received. A school looking to turnaround a score can therefore make improvements, and then ask its parents to retake the survey.

If parents appreciate the changes made, it will make a difference to a school’s position on the Best Schools in Abu Dhabi list quite quickly.

Moreover, if a school has yet to send out a survey to its parents, then we would urge it to do so as soon as possible. The probability is it will make a significant difference to its score. Schools that asks their parents to take the survey, do better. Parents that are motivated to take a survey independently are often driven by high passions, which may not always be positive!

Why we do a Best School rating?

In choosing schools, parents have always used word of mouth, and the Parent survey captures this quantitatively.

Looking at the ‘Best Schools in Abu Dhabi’ should only be one way you short list schools, however. It is a fun and informative way to order schools, and by being based on Parent Rating, is a way to get a good overview quickly.

Why use the Parent Rating for Best Schools in Abu Dhabi?

In addition to capturing word of mouth recommendations numerically, we use the Parent Rating for the Best Schools in Abu Dhabi, because unlike other measures it is not country, or even area specific as government regulations can be. The parent rating cuts across both curricula, and territory, to be a measure that we can apply equally anywhere and everywhere. Parents all want the best for their child, and will be equally critical, in whatever state they are in, for whatever curricula school their child attends.

Using a rank in this way also means that each school is measured quite independently through the lens of its own parent body. In order to do well, a school ‘simply’ has to understand and then meet the expectations of its parents.

Issues with ranking this way

This way of ranking is both a weakness and a strength. It is a strength because not only can it be universally applied, but it is a true way to measure a school based on the stakeholders that matter the most, its parents.

It is a weakness in the sense that the top school on the list, will not necessarily be the best school for you and your child. It is also NOT a comment on specifics: price point, curricula, location, but an holistic view of schools that fall within a set of criteria.

Expectations will also clearly be different between the parents of different schools. For example, a parent paying premium fees would have very different expectations when it comes to the scope of facilities offered than a parent paying fees associated with the value segment. A high score for a school is not about meeting a universal set of criteria, but about it delivering on its unique promise to its unique parent body.

One size in this context does not fit all and for this reason amongst others WhichSchoolAdvisor.com always encourages parents to look beyond simple rankings and ratings, and determine the best school for your child.

WhichSchoolAdvisor.com has undertaken multiple Best ofs, allowing us to be quite specific and therefore do some of the homework for you in your shortlisting. We do have Best ofs for curricula and for some price points for example.

To go further in your analysis of the Best School for you, then you need to look at additional resources.

In the UAE, some (but not all) parents are blessed with additional resources they can use when evaluating schools. Dubai parents have access to KHDA reports, Abu Dhabi parents have access to ADEK reports, while Sharjah parents will, eventually, have access to SPEA reports. That still leaves three other emirates without government ratings. What’s more, these reports have their own criteria and their own rating grades and scales, and are not compatible enough to compare across the country in the Best of Rankings we use here. We should also note, that all government ratings, are used to drive an agenda and the UAE is no different in this regard. We note the weighting for Arabic and Islamic and Social studies in this regard, which may be of interest to some parents, but will not be to all.

Best Schools in Abu Dhabi

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SCHOOL
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RATING
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Liwa International School - Al Mushrif
4.6
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Liwa International School - Al Mushrif is the third school to open under the Liwa Education brand, and the first in the capital. The original schools, based in Al Ain, offer both a co-educational and All Girls' option, offering a US curriculum.
Address: Um Salamah Street
Curricula: US HS Diploma, Common Core, NGSS
Founded: 2019
Principal: Ms. Nicki Williams
Average fees: AED 26,500
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The Pearl Academy
4.4
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The Pearl Academy, previously Aldar Island Academy, is a highly regarded British curriculum primary school owned and run by Aldar Academies,. The school, operating since 2007, is currently home to almost 650 pupils in FS1 to Year 6.
Address: PO Box 128484, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: UK National Curriculum
Founded: 2007
Principal: Ms. Abigail Fishbourne
Average fees: AED 43,000
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Repton Foundation School (Rose Campus) Abu Dhabi
4.3
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Repton Foundation School Abu Dhabi, located on Reem Island about 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Abu Dhabi, has - impressively - achieved a Very Good rating from ADEK's inspection teams in both its 2015-16 and 2017-18 reports.  It is a for profit, and selective school, the Foundation and Primary school feeder to the Junior and Secondary school (Fry campus) which opened in 2017. Both schools are under the same ownership as the longer established, and Outstanding rated, Repton School Dubai.
Address: PO Box 45016, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: EYFS, UK National Curriculum
Founded: 2013
Principal: Gillian Hammond, Kevin Hannah (Headmaster)
Average fees: AED 61,500
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Al Muna Academy
4.3
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Al Muna Academy has every right to feel happy. It was the first school in Abu Dhabi to have been awarded, for the 2015-16 academic year, an A1 rating (Outstanding) by the emirate's inspection team and is still the only stand-alone primary school to receive such a grading. It has now cemented that achievement by again being rated Outstanding in the 2017-18 inspection round.
Address: PO Box 127641, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: EYFS, UK National Curriculum
Founded: 2009
Principal: Ms. Sarah Griffiths
Average fees: AED 45,500
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Al Rabeeh School Abu Dhabi
4.3
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Al Rabeeh School is a KG to Grade 6 primary school located in Abu Dhabi. It is presently home to 800 pupils, the majority from the UAE, and follows the UK National curriculum. 
Address: Muroor Road, Abu Dhabi
Curricula: UK National Curriculum, EYFS
Founded: 1979
Principal: Riaan Huyser
Average fees: AED 31,500
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Horizon Private School Branch
4.2
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Horizon Private School branch is a US curriculum school catering mainly to Emirati and native-Arabic speakers, located in one of the newer housing areas off-island.
Address: 26th Street, PO Box 41989, Khalifa City A, Abu Dhabi
Curricula: AP, SAT, Specialist SEN, Common Core, US HS Diploma, UAE MoE
Founded: 2008
Principal: Mrs. Amal Shahine
Average fees: AED 39,500
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Cranleigh Abu Dhabi
4.2
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Following our last visit to Cranleigh, our team described the school by saying that “Arguably this is the most successful school at achieving the feel of a British public school of any in the UAE, in the best sense of the word”. Since this visit, more well-known UK public schools have opened branches in the UAE (albeit most in Dubai) and it was time to revisit Cranleigh to see if this significant accolade still holds.
Address: PO BOX 126888, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: EYFS, GCSE, UK National Curriculum, IGCSE, A Level, AS Level, Specialist SEN, Sports
Founded: 2014
Principal: Michael Wilson
Average fees: AED 80,500
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8
British School Al Khubairat, Abu Dhabi
4.2
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Seen by many as the best UK curriculum school in the capital, non-profit British School Al Khubairat, located in Al Mushrif, Abu Dhabi, serves approximately 1,900 students from 50 nationalities, from the ages of three to eighteen years old. The school was established in 1968, making it one of the oldest schools in the Emirate.
Address: PO Box 4001, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: A Level, GCSE, UK National Curriculum, EYFS, IGCSE, BTEC, AS Level
Founded: 1968
Principal: Mark Leppard MBE
Average fees: AED 59,500
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9
Shining Star International School
4.2
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Shining Star International School is a CBSE curriculum school which opened in the Mussafah area of Abu Dhabi in 2014. It currently educates around 1,800 children from KG1 to Grade 12.
Address: Shabiya 12
Curricula: CBSE
Founded: 2014
Principal: Mr. Alyas Ali
Average fees: AED 12,000
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10
GEMS World Academy Abu Dhabi
4.1
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Very Good rated GEMS World Academy Abu Dhabi carries the name of its sister school in Dubai, but that – at least externally – is where the similarities end.
Address: Fatima Bint Mubarak Street, PO Box 110273 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Curricula: IB, IB PYP, Common Core
Founded: 2011
Principal: Linda LaPine
Average fees: AED 56,000
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11
Amity International School Abu Dhabi
4.0
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Amity International School is located not far from Deerfields Mall on the Abu Dhabi- Dubai highway. Set towards the coast, the school is located directly opposite an inlet to the main waterway and a highlight of the school are its boathouse and sailing activities, which are offered to both parents and children. 
Address: PO Box 137194, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: EYFS, UK National Curriculum, IGCSE
Founded: 2015
Principal: Adrian Frost
Average fees: AED 51,000
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12
Al Bateen Academy
3.8
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Located in Al Manaseer, Al Bateen Academy offers a British and International Baccalaureate based curriculum. The school currently has just over 800 students, girls and boys, from Year 7 to 13, and in September 2019, re-opened its Primary section from FS2 to Year 1 initially, with plans to extend it to Year 6 year on year.
Address: PO Box 129071, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: IB DP, UK National Curriculum, IGCSE, IB PYP, GCSE, IB
Founded: 2011
Principal: Mr. Richard McMahon (Acting)
Average fees: AED 62,500
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Al Yasmina Academy
3.8
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Al Yasmina School, located off the island of Abu Dhabi, close to the airport, offers a British curriculum for students from two to eighteen years old, and has a capacity for 2000 students, and is currently at full capacity.
Address: PO Box 128484, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: A Level, BTEC, GCSE, UK National Curriculum, EYFS, AS Level, IGCSE, SAT
Founded: 2008
Principal: Mr. Jared Nolan
Average fees: AED 51,000
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14
American International School Abu Dhabi
3.8
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The American International School in Abu Dhabi (AISA) is one of a small group of schools owned or managed by ESOL, a family-run business based in Cairo, with branches in Nicosia, Cyprus, the Lebanon and the UAE. AISA, although a US curriculum school, was also among the first to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme (IBDP) in Abu Dhabi, subsequently adding the Primary Years programme (PYP). AISA is a truly international school with students of 60 different nationalities.
Curricula: IB, IB DP, IB PYP, US HS Diploma, Common Core
Founded: 1995
Principal: Patrick Rich
Average fees: AED 48,000
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Diyafah International School MBZ
3.8
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Diyafah International School in Mohammed bin Zayed City, is one of two moderately priced UK curriculum schools operated as a family business by the daughter (in Dubai) and son (in Abu Dhabi) of the founder of the original Dubai school.
Address: Mohammed Bin Zayed City, Abu Dhabi. P.O. Box 113616
Curricula: UK National Curriculum, EYFS, GCSE, IGCSE, BTEC, AS Level
Founded: 2013
Principal: Ian Campbell
Average fees: AED 31,500
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GEMS United Indian School
3.8
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GEMS United Indian School began as Our Own English School, opening in 1990 and now, following a restructure and a new campus, has been renamed.
Curricula: CBSE
Founded: 2016
Principal: Mr. K. George Mathew
Average fees: AED 13,500
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17
West Yas Academy
3.7
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West Yas Academy Abu Dhabi, located on Yas Island, is the first US curriculum school to be operated by Aldar Academies.
Address: West Yas School, Yas West, Yas Island
Curricula: US HS Diploma, AP, Common Core, NGSS
Founded: 2016
Principal: Mr. Joseph Kotarski
Average fees: AED 57,000
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Global Indian International School Abu Dhabi
3.7
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Global Indian International School Abu Dhabi, a K-12 school when fully operational, is part of the Global Indian International School (GIIS) group of schools. In the latest and second ADEK inspection, the school overall improved its rating to Good.
Address: Plot 17, Street 12, Baniyas East, Abu Dhabi
Curricula: CBSE, Montessori, Blended Early Years, Creative Curriculum
Founded: 2015
Principal: Dr Heena Rachh
Average fees: AED 11,500
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British International School Abu Dhabi
3.6
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The British International School Abu Dhabi (BIS AD) is a rapidly growing FS- Year 13 (K-12) private school for students between the ages of 3 to 18 years. The school, located between Khalifa City B and Madinat bin Zayed City behind Abu Dhabi University, was established in September 2009, and is run by Nord Anglia Education as part of its group of international schools.
Address: Behind Abu Dhabi University, Abu Dhabi
Curricula: GCSE, IB, IB DP, UK National Curriculum, EYFS, IGCSE
Founded: 2009
Principal: Patrick Horne
Average fees: AED 59,000
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20
Repton (Fry Campus), Junior & Senior School, Abu Dhabi
3.6
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The older sibling (in terms of provision, not age), Repton School Abu Dhabi's Fry campus caters to children from Years 2 to 4 (Prep School), through Junior (Years 5-6) and Senior Schools on a purpose-built site at the heart of Reem Island. The original Foundation School, which opened in 2013 remains open, and is located close to the new school which opened in September 2017.
Address: P.O. Box: 45016 Abu Dhabi
Curricula: UK National Curriculum, IB DP, IGCSE
Founded: 2017
Principal: Gillian Hammond
Average fees: AED 65,000
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Abu Dhabi Indian School (branch 1) Al Wathba
3.6
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Sister to the original Abu Dhabi Indian School on Abu Dhabi Island, founded in 1975, the Abu Dhabi Indian School (ADIS) branch at Wathba was opened in 2014. The school offers the CBSE curriculum. The core curriculum is supplemented by a range of other subjects including Hindi, Physical Education, Creative Arts, ICT, and French from Grade 8. It will open fully with grade 12 in April 2018.
Address: 11th Street, New Wathba South, Abu Dhabi Emirate
Curricula: CBSE
Founded: 2014
Principal: Mrs. Shibanti Bhowmik
Average fees: AED 13,500
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22
ABC Private School
3.5
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ABC Private School is located in Al Shamkha City in Abu Dhabi and currently enrols 1458 students. Performance is currently rated weak or very weak by ADEK, the Abu Dhabi education regulator.
Address: PO Box 70578, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: UK National Curriculum
Founded: 1979
Principal: Douglas Barrenger (Vice Principal)
Average fees: AED 23,500
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Dunes International School
3.4
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Dunes International School is a CBSE curriculum school located in Mussafah, Abu Dhabi. It has a somewhat chequered background, having originally been established in 1988 prior to relocation to its current site in 2014 and the entry into a management agreement with Ryan International Group (involving a name change), which was subsequently cancelled at short notice in 2017.
Address: P.O. Box 5121, Plot no. 19 Sector 9
Curricula: CBSE
Founded: 1988
Principal: Paramjit Bakshis Singh Ahluwalia
Average fees: AED 17,500
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Brighton College Abu Dhabi
3.4
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Brighton College Abu Dhabi (also known as BCAD) was a high profile entrant into Abu Dhabi when the school opened in 2011. It is currently a FS- Year 13 school located on Abu Dhabi Island in the Bloom Gardens area. The school currently caters to approximately 1,700 students.
Address: Brighton College Abu Dhabi, Bloom Gardens, Nr Khalifa Park
Curricula: GCSE, UK National Curriculum, A Level, AS Level
Founded: 2011
Principal: Simon Corns
Average fees: AED 62,000
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GEMS American Academy
3.4
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GEMS American Academy Abu Dhabi is a highly rated (Very Good) US/IB curriculum school located on the outskirts of the city near the airport catering to 2,000 students from a wide range of nationalities.
Address: PO Box 110273, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: US HS Diploma, IB DP, IB PYP
Founded: 2007
Principal: Robert Rinaldo
Average fees: AED 70,500
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International Community School Mushrif
3.3
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The original International Community School is a private K-12 school located in Al Mushrif, Abu Dhabi. The school was first established in 1990 and caters to approximately 1,600 students, almost exclusively of Arab origin, with UAE Nationals the largest single grouping, followed by Jordanians, Egyptians and Syrians.
Address: P.O Box: 55022, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Curricula: US HS Diploma, Common Core, AP, IB DP, NGSS
Founded: 1990
Principal: Ziad Aoudi
Average fees: AED 35,500
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The Cambridge High School Abu Dhabi
3.3
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The Cambridge High School (its name is not reflective of its all through status) is a highly successful school with close to 1,720 students of 45 different nationalities and a waiting list of which other schools would be proud.
Address: PO Box 27602. Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: A Level, UK National Curriculum, EYFS, IGCSE, AS Level, GCSE
Founded: 1988
Principal: Mr.Stephen Brecken
Average fees: AED 23,500
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Raha International School, Gardens, Abu Dhabi
3.3
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A popular and successful school Raha, recently was rated Outstanding again in its latest ADEK report. Its ambitious Principal has what he terms ‘a rather long to-do’ list’. With its broad mix of nationalities across pupils and staff, Raha has a ‘new world’ feel in an environment designed with a semblance to a traditional Arabic village. A second branch campus is to launch in September 2020 and offer enhanced sports facilities that will be used by both schools.
Address: PO Box 34150, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: IB, IB DP, IB MYP, IB PYP
Founded: 2006
Principal: Iain Colledge
Average fees: AED 55,500
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Merryland International School
3.2
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Merryland International School is a UK curriculum through-school catering for students from age 4 to 18, located in the Mussaffah area of Abu Dhabi. It is one of the oldest UK curriculum schools, having been established in 1978 as a Kindergarten, before expanding rapidly to Primary. The school relocated from its villa location to a purpose-built facility in 2010.
Address: Plot 13, ME9, Mussafah, Abu Dhabi
Curricula: IGCSE, A Level, AS Level, EYFS
Founded: 1978
Principal: Ms. Subha Clifford
Average fees: AED 31,000
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Belvedere British School
3.1
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Belvedere British School is a UK National Curriculum School located Mohammed Bin Zayed City. It is linked to a long-standing school in Liverpool, UK, and also operates three nurseries in Abu Dhabi.
Curricula: UK National Curriculum, IGCSE, A Level, AS Level, IPC
Founded: 2012
Principal: Ciaran Cunningham-Watson
Average fees: AED 26,500
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Al Basma British School
3.1
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Originally established as a villa school - Giggles English School - in 1980, Al Basma British School was launched in September 2014 at its modern and purpose built premises to the north of Abu Dhabi.
Address: PO Box 45994, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: EYFS, UK National Curriculum, IGCSE, A Level, AS Level, GCSE, International A Level
Founded: 2014
Principal: Allison McDonald
Average fees: AED 31,000
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GEMS Winchester School Abu Dhabi
3.1
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GEMS Winchester School Abu Dhabi currently teaches 1222 students according to the National Curriculum for England.
Address: Madinat Zayed, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Curricula: UK National Curriculum
Founded: 2012
Principal: Dr. Karon Buck
Average fees: AED 19,500
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American Community School Abu Dhabi
3.1
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American Community School Abu Dhabi is one of the older international schools in Abu Dhabi and was established in 1972 on land donated by Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. The school was founded with the aim of serving the American community, as well as students of other nationalities, within Abu Dhabi.
Address: PO Box 42114, Abu Dhabi UAE
Curricula: IB, US HS Diploma, IB DP
Founded: 1972
Principal: Monique Flickinger
Average fees: AED 67,000
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Good Will Children Private School
3.1
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Good Will Children Private School, since 2010 based in purpose built accommodation, was originally founded as a Primary school, but has since expanded the provision for its 551pupils from KG and Grade 8 (4 to 14 years of age) located in Mussafah Sha’bai, Mohammed Bin Zayed City, Abu Dhabi.
Curricula: UK National Curriculum, EYFS, UAE MoE, Jolly Phonics
Founded: 1992
Principal: Naeema Pretorius
Average fees: AED 23,500
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CUT
2.9
CUT
2.9
Methodology: How we choose the Best Schools in Abu Dhabi

Why this cut off point?

To make it onto the Parent Recommended Best Schools List, a school needs to score 3.0 or above on the WhichSchoolAdvisor.com Parent Rating.

The WSA Parent Rating score is drawn from multiple questions from our parent survey. More details can be found if you click Read More in the Best Schools explainer at the top of the page.

A score below 3.0 means a school could be admired for facets of its delivery, but there will be areas with question marks. A score above 3.0 means that its parents rate a school highly across the board. Any score above 3.5 is the sign of a school truly loved and admired by its parents, who have clearly bought into its vision and leadership.

A school can move up (and onto the list if it is not here), or down (and off the list) as more feedback comes in. The algorithm is weighted to more recent responses to allow schools to make improvements and for that to reflect in the rating. It also means that if a school takes unpopular decisions, or lowers the quality of its offering, it can move off the list altogether.

Note: If the school you are interested in is not here, it is either because its score is below 3.0, or has yet to receive sufficient surveys. We have a school reviews directory that lists all UAE schools.

Note, it is possible to score 5 if a school has perfect scores from its most recent respondents. It is difficult if not impossible to please all people, all of the time however… Parents doing their due diligence when choosing a school should pay attention also to the number of parent reviews a school has received. The more it has, the less likely the score will be to change as new reviews come in.

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Dubai

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Which schools top the list of the Best Indian Schools in Dubai?
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Dubai
Dubai

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The Best American Schools in Dubai as chosen by parents in the UAE.
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United Arab Emirates

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The 145 Best Schools in the UAE.
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