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Fahaheel Al Watanieh Indian Private School

Year Established: -
Ahmadi
Block 9, 49 South street, Ahmadi, Kuwait
Tel: 22213145, 22213146 Fax: 23983561
Web Site: https://www.faipskuwait.com
Curriculum: CBSE
FAIPS KUWAIT a reputed Indian Public School in Ahmadi amongst the burgeoning public school system has played a vital role in the enhancement of learning thereby laying claims to the creation of epitome of quality education. The vision and foresight of the Al Nouri Teaching Establishment with the DPS Society; the total involvement and professional interest in the cause of education of the unmatched faculty and finally the aspirations of the young minds to soar high; have all contributed to the pursuance of learning redolent with innovation and unrivalled progressive outlook. The school is open to the children of all nationalities and is recognized by the Ministry of Education, Kuwait and affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education for the All India Secondary School / Examination (AISSE / Class X) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE/Class XII).

Other Facilities


FAIPS School has one of the largest school campuses in Kuwait, with garden areas, large play areas with shaded children’s toys, and a separate lunch area. New enhancements to the school facilities, include a Music Performing Arts Centre, Sports, library, art Creative,sports,Lab,Auditorium.

Achievements


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