Our staff make it their mission to support our able and talented students in pursuit of their academic studies while providing them with as many opportunities as possible to travel, explore, play, create and compete. It is without doubt our students who bring the whole school alive with the sound of their music, their laughter, their activities, and their discussions. Please do explore our website or come and see for yourself why our vibrant community is so special. You will be given a very warm Dubai College welcome.
Dubai College hosted its annual Year 13 Graduation Ceremony on Saturday 25th June, an event that simultaneously looked back with nostalgia over the seven years gone by and looked forward with anticipation to the years to come. Each Year 13 student has spent literally thousands of hours within our red brick walls, each one of those hours dedicated to the pursuit of passions and of friendships that we hope will shape them hereafter.
It is no secret that over the last three years we have struggled to get a school performance to the finish line. The pandemic hit all forms of live theatre across the world hard. So, as restrictions eased and things returned to a new normal, I was overjoyed to have the opportunity to once again give students the chance to perform at Dubai College.
After setting up the Dubai College Foundation at the IHC in 2019, and the subsequent successes of building Jaisithok School in Gulmi, it has been amazing to travel back to Nepal to initiate the next Dubai College charity project.
Dubai College ran a rugby camp from Sunday 17th to Tuesday 19th October over half term. It was a great success with the rugby camp set up for all our U12 to U19 boys and U19 girls.Dubai College ran a rugby camp from Sunday 17th to Tuesday 19th October over half term. It was a great success with the rugby camp set up for all our U12 to U19 boys and U19 girls.
Listen to our parents sharing what they love about Dubai College.
“The reason why we chose Dubai College is because we wanted a school in which our children could excel academically, but also have amazing sporting opportunities.”
Mrs Zara Akhavan - Parent
Our students do have a long track record of excelling academically and this year our GCSE students achieved an impressive 93.8% at grades 9-7. However, our enviable reputation stems from our consistent and sustained excellence in what we see as the four pillars of the College: sporting, creative, philanthropic as well as academic endeavour.