Singapore-based Global School partners with Sharjah school

Emirates American School (EAS), Sharjah enters into a partnership with Global Schools Group
The collaboration is aimed at providing global learning opportunities and future-ready skills for students of Emirates American School 

Sharjah, Nov 7, 2023: Singapore-headquartered Global Schools Group (GSG), an initiative of Global Schools Foundation (GSF), has entered into a partnership with Emirates American School (EAS), Sharjah. The aim is to provide advanced 21st-century education to students in a value-based environment, both locally and globally. 

Atul Temurnikar, Chairman and Co-founder of GSF says that the partnership between the two schools is a winning combination for students, parents and all stakeholders who are passionate about giving quality education to young people which prepares them for the challenges of the 21st century. 

Within the network, students have the flexibility to choose a course of their choice, and are promised ease of admissions to any sister school in case they change domicile. Their Knowledge Exchange Programmes, involving peer-to-peer interactions with other schools in South Korea, Japan, South East Asia and Middle East, are most coveted by parents and students for its global reach and opportunities. 

GSG has four schools in the UAE in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, and now in Sharjah. In 2022, under the patronage of the Royal Commission for Riyadh City (RCRC), GSG opened its One World International School campus in Riyadh, offering American/ IB curriculum.  

EAS is a leading American K-12 school which follows the Common Core State Standards, accredited by COGNIA (AdvancED). EAS has a student strength close to 2,000 and 125 teaching staff. 

GSG’s parent body GSF has the distinction of winning over 500 awards in Education Excellence from quality organizations around the world, and has been recognised by World Book of Records as the most awarded education foundation in the world.  

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