Liwa International School
Liwa International School was established in the year 1992 and offers the American Curriculum for students from Kindergarten to Grade 12, located in the neighborhood of Al Ain.
Liwa International School is dedicated to foster talent, creativity and enhance the ability of pupils to form opinions, interests, and preferences, to become lifelong learners and critical thinkers. The school offers an excellent international learning system that inspires students to become independent, self-disciplinary and international-minded students who grow to become innovative leaders and critical thinking pupils. That is done in a supportive, safe, sustainable and technologically advanced environment focused on learning.
Through partnerships with parents, community, and teachers, the school engages students to develop high-level international standards in a learning approach that prepares young adults with self-confidence and social responsibility for an ever-changing world. Liwa International School has a history of achievements and laurels and has defined itself as a shrine for global citizens inspired by strong moral values such as leadership, enthusiasm, and motivation.
Liwa International School has world-class facilities and a quality learning environment with exceptional infrastructure, equipment and facilities. The facilities include Physical Education Hall, multi-purpose halls, laboratories, spacious canteens, swimming pools, well-equipped primary school building, senior school building, a well-resourced library, IT Laboratories, Science Laboratories, Learning Hub, Art Rooms, Gymnasium, Sports fields, Music rooms, cafeteria, and mosque.
Liwa International School curriculum follows the California Common Core State Standards, the UAE Ministry Of Education rules, and the ADEK requirements.
Kindergarten offers a wide range of opportunities and experiences to promote thinking skills and curiosity amongst the youngest children. They will thus develop the foundations required throughout their school life and beyond.
Middle School subjects are delivered by specialist teaching faculty and cover the California Common Core Standard including core subjects like Math, Science, Social Studies, English, IT, French, Art, and PE. Electives like media, D&T, art, and French are available to high school pupils. MOE subjects include Arabic Civics, Islamic Studies, and Arabic. Students also participate in an extensive range of extra-curricular activities with clubs including Charity, Public Speaking, Environment, National Identity, Math, STEM, Taekwondo, Drama, Cooking, Art, Chess, Model UN, and IT.
The high school aims to develop well-balanced students with the content and skills required for life beyond school walls. High school Students also participate in an extensive range of extra-curricular clubs and activities including Sports, Cooking, Zumba, Drama, UN, Art, Fashion, Chess, Reading Buddies, Journalism, and Quran Studies.
Admissions for KG and Grade 1 are based on the Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) rules that specify the minimum age for admission. Students applying for grades 2-12 are required to go through an admission test to assess their academic potential.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Cooking Club
- Fashion Club
- Math Club
- Model United Nations
- Power reading
- Public Speaking
- Qu’ran Studies
- STEM Club
Dr. Shereen Gobran