The Best American Schools in the Middle East

The Best American Schools in the Middle East
September 10, 2019

American Schools are very popular in the Middle East. Discover our selection of The Best American Schools in the Middle East.

Why choose the American Curriculum?
The American curriculum offers a broad and balanced educational approach supported by a wide range of co-curricular activities which equip all students with the skills they need in all subject areas. All American curriculum schools are based on high standards of achievement and for these, the US curriculum is one of the most widely used in international schools. The diploma is not only accepted for entry at all US universities but also increasingly by universities around the world.

Why study in an American School?
American schools are a popular choice for parents from all over the world. These schools are designed to provide a core curriculum that prepares students to enter schools, colleges, and universities in the United States and in a great number of countries throughout the world, and this has made American schools very popular among students wishing to enter into the best private colleges and universities in the world.

What’s the quality of life in the Middle East?
Dubai is the best country for quality of living across the Middle East and Africa region, according to Mercer’s 2017 Quality of Living Survey. Abu Dhabi came second, with Muscat and Doha following behind in the third and fourth place, respectively. Dubai also ranked highest in the Middle East and Africa region in terms of infrastructure. The accessibility to a variety of transport options, the connection with local and international cities, and the access to electricity and drinkable water represent a key competitive advantage for these cities that seems to attract a growing number of multinational companies, talent, and foreign investments.

 

Our selection of the Best American Schools in the Middle East


El Alsson British and American International School

  • Saqqara Road, Haraniya, Giza Egypt

El Alsson British and American International School was established in 1982, The school offers a British section from Foundation Stage 1 (3 year olds) to…

  • CoEducational
  • 1400 students
  • Day School
  • UK,US
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The American International School of Jeddah

  • Abdullah Ibn Sidan, Al-Zahra'a, Jeddah 23522, Saudi Arabia

Founded in 1952, our school has quite an extensive history as was chronicled so nicely by local writer for Destination Jeddah magazine Bassma Al Toaimi:…

  • CoEducational
  • 1170 students
  • Day School
  • US
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American Community School Jordan

  • American Community School, Abdul Rahman Khalifeh St، Amman, Jordania

Our mission is to inspire individuals to become self-motivated learners and active citizens who demonstrate respect, act with integrity, and seek intellectual growth in a…

  • CoEducational
  • 770 students
  • Day School
  • US
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King’s Academy

  • Manja، Madaba 16188, Jordan

Founded in 2007 and inspired by the vision of His Majesty King Abdullah II and his experience as a student at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts,…

  • CoEducational
  • 557 students
  • Boarding, Day School
  • American
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Yearly Tuition FEE (MIN) : $20,500
Yearly Tuition FEE (MAX) : $48,400

American School of Doha

  • Al Bustan St, Doha, Qatar

Established in 1988, the American School of Doha is an independent, U.S. accredited, college preparatory school, committed to providing educational excellence, through a standards-based, internationally…

  • CoEducational
  • 2200 students
  • Day School
  • IB,US
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