The Indian School in Fujairah is practically invisible on the Internet but is very much in existence in the real world, delivering the CBSE curricula to well over 1,000 students.
Very little additional information may be gleaned online about the Indian School in Fujairah - the school is practically invisible on the Internet. It does not have its own Web site, and little information can be obtained from elsewhere.
The school does exist in the real world however, and you may call on the number provided (as we did) to find out more information. It is a private K-12 school located in Al Faseel, Fujairah andl follows an English speaking, Indian curriculum.
Currently (2013) it is attended by 1200 students from across the emirate. It has approximately 70 teaching staff. The school follows the Kerala board of education with students taking the Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate. In April 2012, the school announced a 100% pass rate for the 40 students who took the SSLC Grade X examination.
The school has fairly consistently scored 100 per cent success in the annual Board examinations in the 10th and 12th classes since 1995. The school last announced a significant upgrade of its facilities as long ago as 2003 when it built 16 new classrooms and upgraded its computer systems. One would hope that it has had another upgrade since then.
Fees were not known by the school's administrator at the time of our call.
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