United Arab Emirates / Dubai / Al Qusais / Al Diyafah High School

Al Diyafah High School Contact Info

Al Diyafah High School serves a predominantly Indian expatriate demographic, but with 23 other nationalities also represented at the school. It is one of the longest established UK curriculum schools in Dubai and one of the few that is still under family ownership - the daughter of the Founder is now responsible for the management and overall direction of the school. 
Parents' Rating
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3.6 out of 5 based on 9 reviews
At a glance
School phase
All through
Inspection rating
Good
Availability 2019/20
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Annual fee average
AED 14,500
Annual fees
AED 10,701 - 22,725
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Status
Open
Opening year
1982
School year
Sep to Jul
Principal
Phillip Burgess
Community
Main teacher nationality
Indian
Main student nationality
Indian
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Contact Information

Community:
Al Qusais, Dubai
Address:
7 A Street, Al Nahda 2, Al Qusais industrial Area, Dubai UAE

CALL SCHOOL +971 4 267 1115

EMAIL SCHOOL

Directions

Located in the Al Qusais industrial Area, on 7 A Street, near Al Nahda Pond Park.

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2 Archived Comments
Ahmed Siddiqui
Archived 26th Jan 2015, 02:01

Indeed the point highlighted regarding transparency in publishing exam results is very important. Parents should also look how transparent the school while considering.

Sharona
Archived 7th Mar 2014, 14:58

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