By Staff writer
GEMS United Indian School will open to students from KG1 to Grade 10 for the 2016-2017 academic year
GEMS Education has announced the launch of GEMS United Indian School in Abu Dhabi which will open to students from KG1 to Grade 10 for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The school will further expand its capacity in the following years, as well as extend to Grades 11 and 12, the education provider said in a statement.
George Mathew, principal, GEMS United Indian School, said: “We are excited about the new school and know that we will be able to build upon the track record already created by GEMS CBSE schools in Abu Dhabi and the UAE.
"GEMS United Indian School will deliver an internationally comparable quality Indian education, and the innovative learning and teaching will empower our learners to achieve excellence.”
Located in a purpose-built facility at 42nd Street, Baniyas West in Abu Dhabi, the school will offer CBSE education to families in the capital.
Dino Varkey, group executive director, said: “With the opening of GEMS United Indian School we want to further our commitment to delivering high quality schools to the community of Abu Dhabi, and the UAE as a whole.
"Through our learning and teaching we envision our students to be forward thinking leaders that are equipped with competencies and positive attitudes that will help them to shape the future of the world.”
GEMS CBSE affiliate schools has a 100 percent pass rate, which is 20 percent higher than the CBSE world pass rate. GEMS students have been accepted into over 980 universities and colleges in over 48 countries.