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GEMS United School Sports City Parent Opinion

GEMS United School is the newest incarnation of Bradenton Prep Academy, a US curriculum K-12 school (KG1 to Grade 12) located in Sports City, Dubai that currently serves 660 students.The school has 86 full-time teachers, not including the Principal and a senior leadership team. The 2017/2018 KHDA report has the school ranked as Good for the second time.
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3.6 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
At a glance
School phase
All through
Curricula taught
Availability 2019/20
fiber_manual_record All grades
Availability 2020/21
not_interested No
Annual fee average
AED 67,000
Annual fees
AED 32,421 - 79,258
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Premium
Status
Open
Opening year
2009
School year
Sep to Jun
Principal
Katharine Vavpetic
Owner
GEMS Education
Main teacher nationality
US Citizen
Main student nationality
US Citizen
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1 Archived Comment
RB
Archived 1st Dec 2015, 13:15

I believe classes are too big even for KG and the teachers have no time to do anything besides herd kids and that the teachers don't have good interaction with the parents.

I had two children here. I don't know if the teachers are overwhelmed by the number of kids in their classes but this is, in my opinion, American education at its worst.

- Comment edited, WSA

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