St. Christopher’s School is a thriving school with an internationally distinguished reputation. Starting from modest beginnings in 1961 in a villa, it now offers an exceptional education to over 2,300 children and young adults, aged three to eighteen, from around seventy nations. Our dedicated staff of almost 400 people ensure that every day is a special day for the pupils at St Christopher’s.
We encourage the notion that personal improvement and development is always possible and our highly professional teachers and teaching assistants will use the best pedagogical strategies to raise the achievement of all pupils.
As a proud alumna of St Christopher's and now, most importantly, a parent of St Chris, I can say with full confidence that this is the best school in Bahrain. The quality of education and pastoral care is unmatched. The facilities and extracurricular activities on offer allow students to explore their passions and interests in addition to academia. St Chris has been recognised as one of the Top 100 Schools in the world - a well deserved award. If you are looking for a world-class international school for your child, where the teachers and staff are committed to your child's wellbeing and education, St Christopher's School, Bahrain is your answer.
so i went to this school for around 8 or so months and it wasn’t the best experience as i didn’t have many friends; i was picked on a lot by the other kids which was hurtful. some teachers would put their ideas and concepts onto the students and some faculty members were racist against the students of colour attending the school (children). if your kid isn’t religious i wouldn’t recommend putting them in this school as (then it was i’m not sure about now) there are many religious studies classes that are mandatory to take.
if none of that bothers you then i can say that the teaching and education itself wasn’t awful. i learnt a couple useful things.
in summary. not an awful school but... many unpleasant experiences in some areas
I used to go to this school and I only liked elementary and in my first year of middle school Grade 6 (Y7) it was horrible. The teachers weren’t supportive academically which is one reason I left. The kids are really rude and have no respect (a lot of them but some of them no). There wasn’t proper revision material to revise for tests. This school even has racist teachers.
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