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Darul Huda Islamic School Review

Darul Huda Islamic School is a CBSE curriculum school based in Al-Ain, with subjects taught in English. It is recognized by the UAE Ministry of Education.
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Private
School phase
All through
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Weak
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Status
Open
Opening year
1988
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Darul Huda Islamic School
School type
Private
School phase
All through
Inspection rating
Weak
Curricula taught
Availability 2020/21
radio_button_unchecked No data
Availability 2021/22
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Annual fee average
AED 9,000* help
Price band help
Value
Status
Open
Opening year
1988
Community
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Darul Huda Islamic School is a CBSE curriculum school based in Al-Ain, with subjects taught in English. It is recognized by the UAE Ministry of Education.

Darul Huda Islamic School opened in 1988 and is run by Al Ain Sunni Youth Centre. The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and is a member of the Council of CBSE Affiliated Schools in the Middle East. 

The school offers two streams - science, or commerce.

The Science Stream has the following elective combinations:

- Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and English
- Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology and English
- Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science and English

The Commerce Stream offers the following combinations:

- Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Marketing and English
- Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Computer Science and English
- Accountancy, Business Studies, Psychology, Marketing and English

Optional subjects include Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, Bengali. Arabic is compulsory for all.

Starting from KG, Islamic Studies and Quran are compulsory for Muslim pupils. Moral Studies are offered to non Muslims pupils.

Special Quran classes are offered on week days from 2:45 pm to 4:15 pm.

The school does not release tuition fees on its web site. Parents of prospective students will need to contact the school directly.

 

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