Dubai's Al Sabari Indian School launches admission process
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, February 12 - 2013 at 03:02
Al Sabari Indian School (SIS) in Dubai has announced the launch of its admissions process and said classes are set to commence in April, Gulf News has reported. The new school, which follows the CBSE-i curriculum, will initially enrol pupils from the kindergarten level to Grade 5, with plans to offer classes for higher grades in the near future. The SIS campus is located on a 100,000 sq m site in Al Wuheida area in Dubai and is looking to attract students from both Sharjah and Dubai. The school will have a capacity for 850 students, accommodating 25 students in each class.
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