Compass International School Doha has four campuses placed at various locations across the city. We operate as one school with one vision. We offer continuous education to serve the needs of our students from their first steps in our Early Years programme through to their final graduation on their way to top universities across the world.
Compass International School Doha is part of the Nord Anglia Education family of schools with 66 partner schools across the world. We support our students to achieve more than they may have thought possible through our shared commitment to personalised learning enhanced with unique global opportunities. When combined with the outstanding teaching in our school, and collaborations with world-leading organisations such as The Juilliard School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)and UNICEF, your child will succeed, thrive and enjoy learning with us.
We educate your child for the future by enhancing learning through collaborations with the world’s best institutions. Individually tailoring our approach to your child enables them to achieve outstanding academic results whilst developing the skills and mindset to thrive in a changing world.
We believe there is no limit to what every student can achieve - academically, socially and personally. Compass International School Doha will encourage your child to reach for their dreams and try something new in every aspect of their education.
How would you rate Compass International School, Doha?
One of Doha's top schools. ASD may have a nicer campus but Compass is smaller and more personal and feels more like friends and family. Had 2 kids at Compass and were very happy with the teachers. No bullying and other nasty stuff you find in so many other Doha schools... They are very strict about this at Compass. Highly recommended.
One of the best schools in Doha. Our daughter attended the Gharaffa campus in 2010/2011 and loved her time there. We then returned to Doha in 2014 and she started at Madinat Khalifa, the education system we came from was a year below where she should have been and her results are now showing that she has caught up. She loves her teachers and couldn't be happier with the education she is receiving.
I am in it and like it because it educates me about everything and has nice events like occasional book fairs, special visitors in, globalcampus compitions, sport compitions, production and many more. One thing though, the break times are too short. In addition to that, you’re only allowed 15 minutes to play and then 15 minutes to eat. Which makes each break 30 minutes long. But other than that it’s great school.
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