10 New Public Schools for 14,930 Students in Abu Dhabi
The capital’s new Al Falah area is now host to the largest public model school which has a capacity for 2,100 girl students. The facility has been deemed fit for accepting new students in the upcoming 2015-2016 academic year.
The Umm Al Arab school for cycles two (grades six to nine) and three (grades 10 to 12) was inspected on Tuesday by Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec) officials, who announced that 10 new schools costing about Dh1 billion have been built in preparation for the forthcoming academic year. This means that around 14,930 students can now find a seat at a modern educational facility.
The facility is the biggest public school in the capital and is matched with another all-boys’ institute, the Rooh Al Ittihad (spirit of the union) school. Details