Two groups from our students participated in "Junior Abu Dhabi Solar Challenge" which took place at MASDAR City.Over 30 schools were participating in the event organised by MUBADALA.
We are pleased to be among the schools throughout the world that meet the internationally recognized standards of quality of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.The visiting Middle States Team expressed admiration for ADNOC Schools and told e
The ADNOC Schools is pleased to announce that the commissions of Middle States Accreditation granted accreditation to ADNOC Schools for seven years effective May 1, 2014.
Admissions for Academic Year 2017-2018 will open on Feb. 26th 2017 at 9:00 AM for following campuses & grades | open grades for Abu Dhabi Campus: 1, 3, 6-Female, 7, 8-Male, 9-Male, 10-Female, 11, 12-Male | Open grades for Ghayathi western region campus: 1, 2, 3, 4-Male and 5 | Open grades for Ruwais western region campus: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6-Male, 7-Male, 8, 9-Female, 10, 11 and 12 | Open grades for Madinat Zayed western region campus: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9-Female, 10 and 11
Dear Faculty and Staff:
Kindly note the protocol for emergency procedures that must be followed by all school employees:
Excerpt from ADEC Policy Manual, Page 191
Student safety is the primary concern in any emergency. The Principal has the responsibility for determining what circumstances amount to emergency situations and what action the School should take. Some of these actions include cancellation of School, early dismissal and evacuation of students and staff from the School. Principals must organize efficient emergency drills at least once a year, as these assist School leaders to assess the preparedness of their School for crises and address potential weaknesses or gaps.
When weather conditions such as rain or fog interfere with safe travel to and from school, or lead to cancellation of the school day. The principal, and in the case of ADNOC Schools, Head of Schools is responsible for the delegation of duties and communication should such a situation arise. If you are in the building during an emergency situation where student arrival to campus is delayed, please be in your assigned classroom and prepare for a normal day of work. Under no circumstances should a test/exam be given when delayed student arrival results in shorter class periods. Principals are responsible for communication and ensuring that schedules for such days are followed. Under no circumstances should a teacher be responsible for disseminating announcements regarding school closures, delayed starts or early release.
Thank you in advance for your adherence to this policy.
Wedad Saada, Head of Schools