​​​​​​​​​The ADNOC Schools

In 2008, The ADNOC Schools was formed. The goal of its founders was to provide a challenging and rigorous secondary academic curriculum for Emirati and other highly qualified pupils in grades seven through eleven.

​Since 2008, ADNOC Schools has continued to expand to meet the needs of the Emeriti communities of the UAE.

2009: Abu Dhabi extended its campus to include grades six and twelve to complete the middle and high school program.

2010: An elementary campus was open in Abu Dhabi to serve grades KG1 through grade five. In addition, a campus was opened in Ruwais to serve grades KG1 through grade six.

2011: Ruwais extended its campus to include grades seven through grade ten. Madinat Zayed elementary campus was also open to service students in grades KG1 through grade five.

2013: An elementary campus was open in Ghayathi to serve grades KG1 through grade three.

The program of instruction is based on the successful model of American independent schools of the highest quality and is delivered in English. The curriculum offered at ADNOC Schools leads toward the Advanced Placement.

Advanced Placement program is college-level courses in all academic disciplines which are developed and maintained by the College Board in the US. Each Advanced Placement course follows a prescribed syllabus which culminates in an external public examination. As an external qualification, the Advanced Placement is recognized by many universities throughout the world and is used for  acceptance and placement into many of the world's leading universities.

ADNOC Schools are excited to announce starting the 2015-2016 school year ADNOC Schools will be introducing the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) approach to learning supporting the Vision of ANOC and the UAE.

The goal of ADNOC Schools is to prepare every school learner for admission into colleges and universities of the highest standing both here and throughout the world.

The long-term goals of ADNOC Schools are: 

  • to become a première school in the Middle East, with an emphasis on technology, science, math, and  the arts.

  • to closely follow the model of international independent schools.

  • to offer a full Advanced Placement (AP) Curriculum

  • to remain a fee paying, not-for-profit school.

The ADNOC Schools are also committed to:

  • Student achievement  

  • Academic and college counseling services

  • Recruiting and retaining highly qualified and experienced teachers.

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