Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir

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  • Founded Date January 1, 1900
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  • Founded Since 1850

Company Description

The Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir was formally founded in 1941 as a Gujarati Medium School for the children of the members of the business community. It began to take its present shape in 1987, as Indian School Muttrah with English as a medium of instruction. It was established to look after the educational needs of the children of Indian expatriates working in the Sultanate of Oman. It follows the Indian curriculum and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. The school prepares students for the All India Secondary School Examination at the end of Grade X, since 1996, and for the All India Senior School Certificate Examination at the end of Grade XII, since 2001. Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir has 6500 students and 243 Teachers on roll. It has a pre-school section consisting of two years. The school lays great emphasis on the total development of its students. For this purpose the school provides facilities, apart from academics, for indoor and outdoor games, athletics, clubs, dramatics, music, art & craft, public speaking, elocution, excursions, international Science and Mathematics Olympiads, Scouting and Guiding movement, quizzing, inter-school sporting competitions etc.