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GEMS World Academy Dubai Parent Opinion

GEMS World Academy, Dubai is a private Pre K-12 international school located in Al Barsha, Dubai. The school was first established in September 2007 by GEMS Education, although its first year of operation on its permanent site was in 2008. It is a pure International Baccalaureate curriculum-based school.
Parents' Rating
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4.1 out of 5 based on 41 reviews
At a glance
School type
International
School phase
All through
Curricula taught
Availability 2019/20
radio_button_unchecked Limited
Availability 2020/21
not_interested No
Annual fee average
AED 90,500
Annual fees
AED 65,747 - 114,128
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Premium
Status
Open
Opening year
2008
School year
Sep to Jul
Teacher turnover help
14%
Principal
Mr. Stuart Walker
Owner
GEMS Education
Community
Main teacher nationality
British
Main student nationality
A mix of nationalities
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3 Archived Comments
Marc Dawson
Archived 2nd Feb 2015, 18:00

Dear Sirs,
while researching GEMs Wellington Academy, Al Khail on WSA, I find that your listing points to GEMs Wellington Academy, Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO). I cannot find a relevant review
Thanks
MD

Professor
Archived 8th Feb 2015, 13:29

Hi Marc, apologies for this, and apologies for the delay in replying. We have been working on rectifying this. The review may be found here: http://whichschooladvisor.com/review_article/gems-wellington-academy-al-khail-dubai-first-review/

David
Archived 25th Oct 2014, 11:25

You have to wonder, while many of the facilities are impressive...are they really necessary? A planetarium is nice and all, but how many students actually end up using it to it's full potential?

Hopefully this school puts education before profits. But since the parents seem happy, the school must be doing something right.

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