Sacred Heart School (Bahrain)

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Sacred Heart School
Location
Bahrain Isa Town, Bahrain
Coordinates 26°9′31″N 50°32′19″E / 26.15861°N 50.53861°E / 26.15861; 50.53861Coordinates: 26°9′31″N 50°32′19″E / 26.15861°N 50.53861°E / 26.15861; 50.53861
Information
Type Private
Motto "Caritas et Veritas"
Established 1953
Principal Benedicta S.Pinto
Vice-Principal Grace D’Souza
Gender Co-educational
Website

The Sacred Heart School is located in Isa Town, the Kingdom of Bahrain. The school was established in 1953 and offers a British education.

It is a co-educational school run by the Comboni Sisters from 1953 to 2003, and since then by the Carmelite nuns,[1] and offering an education to help prepare its students for the IGCSE examination - International General Certificate of Secondary Education - a London examinations degree. Part of the curriculum includes the preparation for TOEFL exams, a scholarship examination for Paddington University and the Royal Society of Arts exams.

It is affiliated to the Sacred Heart Church, Manama, Bahrain.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Catholic Church in Bahrain". The Apostolic Vicariate of Northern Arabia (AVONA). Retrieved 22 February 2012. 
  2. ^ Miller, Joel (27 July 2009). "Senior NCOs Bond While Helping School Open New Wing". Commander, U.S. 5th Fleet Public Affairs. U.S. Navy. Retrieved 22 February 2012. 

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