GEMS Al Khaleej International moves to new campus

Students’ first day on the new Al Khaleej International School campus
The new facility in Al Warqa occupies 9.27 acres, raising student capacity to 4,000 

Dubai, Feb 09, 2022: GEMS Al Khaleej International School has opened a new state-of-the-art campus, signalling the completion of the school’s move from its old site in Al Garhoud to Al Warqa 4 announced in August last year.

Having changed its name in 2021 from GEMS Al Khaleej National School to GEMS Al Khaleej International School to better reflect its diverse and multicultural community of 65+ nationalities, the fully authorised American curriculum school now looks forward to the next 30 years as it builds on its international pedagogical practices and its NEASC accreditation.

 The move to the new campus, which occupies 9.27 acres with a total built-up area of 26,795 sqm, offers students significantly more space and enhanced facilities, and raises the school’s capacity to approximately 4,000 students.

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