GEMS Cambridge legacy comes to Sharjah!
Date: 11 June 2019
Dubai, UAE: GEMS Education has announced plans to open the latest addition to its Sharjah footprint, the GEMS Cambridge International Private School in Muwailih, which will offer a robust values-based approach to education with a strong focus on design thinking and problem solving. This will form a core part of the curriculum which will enable students to explore innovative solutions to complex challenges.
The school is strategically positioned to provide the best access to students and families across Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman.
Currently the student capacity of the school is around 1600 students. Enrolment for students will commence for Pre-KG – Grade 5. The school fees will range from AED 20,000 – 30,000 per academic year, depending on the grade (subject to SPEA 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. The Cambridge success story is based on a 36-years-strong heritage, with a consistently ‘Good’ academic excellence rating by ADEK and KHDA. 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 state-of-the-art facilities, including a spacious school library which offers a panoramic view of Sharjah University. Other cutting-edge amenities include advanced science labs, ICT laboratories, a multi-purpose hall, a STEAM Lab, audio-visual facilities, an art and music room as well as a range of dedicated sports areas.
Families have trusted GEMS Cambridge since 1983, sending their own children to the same school that they have attended. In 2018 one in five entries at Cambridge International School Dubai received A* grades and more than 80% achieved grades A*-C grade.
GEMS Cambridge International Private School, Sharjah will create a learning environment where academic achievements are enhanced through appreciative inquiry, where students will acknowledge the good in everyone they meet and everything they see.