About Abu Dhabi International Private School (AIS)
Abu Dhabi International School (AIS) is a private, coeducational K-12 day school licensed by the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Education. The school was founded in 1992 by Mrs. Jihan Nasr, who has been dedicated to her educational mission. It has an international body of students and staff from over 70 nationalities. The total enrolment at AIS in both campuses is approximately 4000 students, and the school reserves 5% of its student body to special needs students with learning difficulties. Over the years, AIS has gained a reputation for successfully dealing with a variety of learning difficulties and disabilities through a well-structured Special Education department.
I have attended this school for a year now, and have begun my second one. An immediate comment I must make is that the school does make efforts to satisfy the students. Although some efforts are a bit redundant and absurd, I appreciate that the school chose to make them. The school has taught me many things and shown me a path from which I can learn and develop my skills. I've learnt a plethora of values and ways to improve myself as a person after joining this school and recommend for anyone looking for top tier quality education.
This school has taught me new skills. It taught to become a better person of myself. I appreciate the hardwork of the administrators,teachers, and staffs and for the help that they gave to us students. I would love to recommend this school to anyone.
I have been in this school for the second year now, and to be completely honest, the school needs to make an effort to make education more enjoyable and much less than a chore for students. They should be able to ask students openly about what needs to be changed and other things that could be improved. The amount of pressure that we go through is quite irrational. Please take into consideration the suggestions of students.
If you are intending to book your kids in this school, RUN AWAY!
I made a simple call to ask about the school and their requirements, the operator transferred me to a women in the registrar. I was speaking to her in English and out of sudden switch the language to Arabic lebanese! So, English school but Arab staff.
Her tone was VERY RUDE, unprofessional, unsupportive, and used cheap words answering my questions.
I DO NOT recommend anyone to trust his kids education and long-term manners in the hands of those peoples.