Al Ittihad Private School-

Updated March 04, 2013

Name: Al Ittihad Private School..Al Mamzar Campus

PO Box: 5126

City: Dubai

Tel : 04 2966314

Fax: 04 2966407

Founded: 1975

Level: KG 1 � G 12

Email: sservices@ittihadschool.ae

Curriculum: American System /  (High School Cert.)

No of Students: 1286

Co-ed? Yes

Staff Nationality / Qualification: Multi-national teachers, most of them are Arabs.

Predominant Student Nationality: UAE. nationals

Location: Al Mamzar

Activities / Facilities: Computers � Art � P.E � Music � Home Economics

Uniform (Yes/No?) Yes

Bus Service (Yes/No?) Yes Cost:

 2 way Dhs 3500 for Dubai and Dhs. 4000 for Sharjah for the year

1 way Dhs 2500 for Dubai and Dhs 3000 for Sharjah for the year.

 per semester

2 way Dhs 2500 for Dubai and Dhs 3000 for Sharjah for the semester

1 way Dhs 2000 for Dubai and Dhs 2500 for Sharjah for the semester.

 

Entrance Requirements: Passport copy, 3 photos, Birth Certificate, Transfer Certificate from previous school.

Application Fee: No

Admission Fee: No

Tuition / Annual Fees:

Contact School

 

Email:  alarabya@emirates.net.ae and aipsma@itthadschool.ae

 

Name: Al Ittihad Private School- Jumeira Campus

PO Box: 37090 - Dubai

Tel : 04 3945111 Fax: 04 3943040

Founded: 1998

Level: KG � Gr. 12

Curriculum: American

Co-ed? Yes

Staff Nationality / Qualification: Varied � at least Bs.

Predominant Student Nationality: 50% UAE Nationals & Arabs 50% International

Location: Near Safa Park

Activities / Facilities: Calligraphy � Soccer � Yoga � Cooking Club � Book Club � Silk Painting � Drama � Carpentry � Planting - Swimming � Taikwando

Uniform (Yes/No?) Yes

Bus Service (Yes/No?) Yes Fees: Dubai � Dhs 2500 Sharjah - Dhs 3250

Entrance Requirements: Entry exam in English , Arabic and Math

Application Fee: Non refundable Dhs 500

Tuition / Annual Fees  Contact School

Email: alarabya@emirates.net.ae

 

Parental Comments/Opinions

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We are Australian and we advise against Al-Ittihad Private School (Jumeira) for non Arabic speaking children The problems with Al Ittihad for us, as a non-Arabic background family, are that it seems to be a school that mainly focuses on and caters for an Arabic speaking constituency so it is more suited to Arabic speakers. .

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This page was last updated by Leigh Butler on March 04, 2013