Britus International School – Bahrain

Curriculum American Cirriculum
Founded 2004
4/5 (1)

AMA International School is a school that has a fully chairman– equipped study environment with competent staff and teachers who are committed to nurture, encourage and inspire young minds ages 3 – 18. It started its operations in September, 2004. It is recognized by the Ministry of Education, Kingdom of Bahrain and is accepted regionally and internationally. The American curriculum adopted by the school is based on American standards of achievement in all subject areas, supported by a huge range of co-curricular activities that ensure students have the opportunity to develop fully as individuals. It includes enquiry-based, hands-on teaching methods and learning strategies geared to individualized instruction.The school’s affiliation to Great Explorations in Mathematics and Science (GEMS) program of the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, in Berkeley, USA enhanced the curriculum offered in Mathematics and Science subject from Grades 4-12. In addition to GEMS, in the SY 2010-2011, the integration of Robotics as part of the curriculum was also made in IT, Mathematics and Science subjects. These and among other good things aid the schools performance. The school also adopt the Bahraini curriculum as prescribed by the Ministry of Education for private schools offering the subjects Islamic Studies, Arabic Language, Bahrain History and Bahrain Government and Citizenship.

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