Private Foreign schools in Kuwait opens on Aug 27

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 10: Foreign schools and community based schools of Indians, Pakistanis and Filipinos have completed their preparations for the start of the 2023/2024 academic year. They will gradually open their doors to their students starting from Sunday, August 27. Work for their educational and administrative bodies will officially resume on August 23, reports Al- Rai daily. According to educational sources, these schools have no problems starting school, as they have a sufficient number of educational bodies, bus drivers and cleaners. During the summer months, they completed all the preparation work, including maintaining school facilities, establishing additional classrooms, and carrying out some painting and renovation works.

They affirmed their readiness to receive their students to the fullest. The only problem that these schools suffer from is the suspension of family visa issuance, as the migration of families have left schools with less number of students. There are only 9,000 male and female students in five Indian schools, which is a small number in large school buildings, divided into the three educational stages.

It has led to a decrease in student densities in some community schools, due to the departure of many families who were not allowed to return in light of the decision to suspend enrollment, which prevented many expatriate workers from bringing their families. The academic year in American, British and bilingual schools will begin gradually from Sunday for the educational and administrative bodies. On the other hand, students start on August 27 and 28 for all educational levels. There are four new foreign schools that may enter service at the beginning of the new academic year.

Administrative licenses were granted about a year ago, and the General Administration for Private Education will determine the number of students in the classes depending on the current student densities. The Planning Department in the administration will count the number of students enrolled in each school. The sources indicated that foreign schools had finished receiving textbooks from the embassies of their countries, and they are ready in their stores for handing over to students on the first day of the academic year.

They affirmed that the registration processes in foreign schools and community schools, whether for old or new students, took place according to the tuition fees applied in the last year. The sources stressed that there are no increases in the current year in any of the educational stages, adding that registration also took place according to the conditions and procedures that are accepted annually, the most important of which is the non-registration of any student who does not have a valid residency.

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