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Annual fees from $5,440 for new Sharjah GEMS school

GEMS Cambridge International Private School set to open in September for 1,600 pupils

Annual fees from $5,440 for new Sharjah GEMS school
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GEMS Education has announced plans to open the GEMS Cambridge International Private School in Muwailih, Sharjah which will have a strong focus on design thinking and problem solving.

The education provider said the school is positioned to provide the best access to students and families across Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman.

Currently the student capacity of the school is around 1,600 students. Enrolment for students will commence for Pre-KG – Grade 5 and school fees will range from AED20,000–30,000 ($5,440-8,170) per academic year, subject to regulatory approval.

Sir Christopher Stone, chief education officer MENASA, GEMS Education, said: “We are delighted to announce the opening of the new GEMS Cambridge International Private School, Sharjah in September this year.

"Through this new addition, we will offer families in Sharjah and surrounding areas, values-based quality education, at an affordable price point.”

The GEMS Cambridge International School Sharjah campus has facilities including a library, science labs, ICT labs, a multi-purpose hall, a STEAM Lab, audio-visual facilities, an art and music room as well as a range of dedicated sports areas.

In 2018, one in five entries at Cambridge International School Dubai received A* grades and more than 80 percent achieved grades A*-C grade.

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