This academic year in Dubai will see the debut of almost a dozen new schools. During the last academic year, almost 169 schools have seen the enrollment of over 250,000 students in Dubai. The addition of new schools is likely to thus see more enrolments during the fresh session.
Most of the new schools are projected to be functional by the beginning of September. One of the upcoming schools is purported to be amongst the U.K’s oldest educational institutions while another school will expectedly be powered exclusively by renewable energy. One of the first sustainable schools of the UAE, Fairgreen International will be throwing its doors open to prospective new students by September.
The Brighton College will after its launch have a British-curriculum for its students from FS1 to year 13 in Al Barsha South. Already having branches in Abu Dhabi, the school figures amongst the U.K’s oldest schools. The Dwight school is yet another IB school set to be established in Al Barsha South.