Scholars Indian School
Scholars Indian School was established in 1999 and offers a high standard CBSE curriculum for children from KG to Grade 12. The school is located in the Nakheel area of Ras Al Khaimah.
Scholars Indian School is dedicated to providing quality education and helps students attain their full potential through spiritual, emotional and physical development facilities. The school aims at helping children become trustworthy, independent, purposeful and knowledgeable individuals. The school provides the environment for children to become an active explorer within an enhanced and stimulating environment. Scholars Indian School provides a disciplinary framework that enables the child to develop self-discipline and a strong sense of self and creates a cross-cultural environment where global peace can be built. The school encourages children to develop a love or learning.
Scholars Indian School is committed to developing a community of empowered, diverse learners who seek to become globally-minded citizens in an environment of mutual respect, understanding, and trust to prepare students for their social and personal academic success. The school's goal is to bring the best in children with encouragement, self-discipline, performance and physical fitness. Each student gets the highest possible individual attention. The school strives to make education a meaningful, pleasant experience. Everyone at the Scholars Indian School works collaboratively to achieve exceptional results in scholastic and co-scholastic fields.
Scholars Indian School facilities include a well-resourced library, dedicated science laboratories for physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics, fully-equipped computer lab, clinic, bookstore, and canteen.
Extracurricular activities and Club activities at Scholars include arts, music, crafts, dance, drama, English Club, Mathematics Club, Science Club, Social Studies Club, Hindi Club, Malayalam Club, Islamic Club, Arabic Club, IT Club, Art Club, Astronaut Club, Animal Welfare Club, Health and Wellness Club, Reading Club, Gavel Club and Environmental Club.
The school curriculum prepares students for the Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E). A play-based approach is adopted in the Kindergarten classes enabling them to explore and understand the world around them. Primary classes follow activity-based learning. Students are encouraged to develop leadership qualities and become independent learners during the Secondary and Higher Secondary school years.
Submit the completed admission form along with the required documents at the school.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Art Club
- Book Club
- Computer Club
- Debate Club
- Eco Club
- Islamic Club
- Literary Club
- Math Club
- Science Club
Prof. M. Abubaker