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Australian International School Sharjah Parent Opinion

Australian International School (also known as AIS) is a K-12 private school located in Muweileh, Sharjah. It was the first Australian school established in the Middle East and says it is the first example of the State Government of Queensland entering into a partnership to provide the Queensland curriculum ‘off shore’.
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3.8 out of 5 based on 55 reviews
At a glance
School phase
All through
Curricula taught
Availability 2019/20
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Annual fee average
AED 47,500
Annual fees
AED 32,000 - 62,000
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Status
Open
Opening year
2005
School year
Sep to Jul
Principal
Steve McLuckie
Community
Main teacher nationality
Australian
Main student nationality
A mix of nationalities
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4 Archived Comments
Thabit Hassan
Archived 17th Jun 2013, 20:03

I just visited your site. I am an Australian passport holder, we are moving to Sharjah and I have 5 years old son. He should be in year 1 by next year. Can you tell me the enrollment time please?

Best regards, Thabit

Professor
Archived 9th Aug 2014, 12:32

For specific enrollment issues, you need to contact the school directly. Contact details are found at the top of the review.

Um Moosa
Archived 15th Jun 2013, 15:25

I am Australian and my husband is Omani. Our 4 children go to this school. Our eldest was at the school from the first day it opened. This school is amazing. My children are all learning the same things that I learnt at the same age back in Australia. The school teaches Arabic, Islamic and the swimming and sport facilities are great. The teachers are always so supportive to both parents and students. The principal is always seen around the school and is not just sitting behind her desk as many principals do. I can't rave about this school enough and the teachers are the cherry on top of this huge educational cake.

Ahmed
Archived 3rd May 2013, 08:14

Only international because of teachers. Most teachers good, management not so. Some student poorly behaved. Choose carefully.

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