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Dubai Modern High School

GEMS Modern Academy
Location
Dubai
U.A.E
Information
Type Private elementary and secondary
Established 1986
Principal

Nargish Khambatta

Motto = Excellentia; Lead Kindly Light
Grades Nursery, K–12
Campus Semi- Urban
Colour(s) Navy blue and light blue
Affiliation Indian Certificate of Secondary Education and International Baccalaureate
Website

GEMS Modern Academy (originally Dubai Modern High School/The Modern High School, Dubai) is an Indian school in Dubai, founded in 1986. Part of the GEMS group of schools, it offers the ICSE and IB syllabus and a day-boarding system.

KHDA inspection report

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is an educational quality assurance authority based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It undertakes early learning, school and higher learning institution management and rates the schools.

A summary of the inspection ratings for GEMS Modern Academy:
School name 2013 - 2014 2012 - 2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 Curriculum
Dubai Modern High School Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good ICSCE

A summary of all the schools in Dubai's ratings can be found at KHDA School Ratings.

External links

  • GEMS Modern Academy

References


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