Compass International School

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Compass International School Doha
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Compass International School Doha
Type Private
Motto "Be Ambitious"
Established 2006
Principal Dr. Terry Creissen
Grades Early Years 1 - Year 13
Gender Male and Female
Enrollment +1400
Houses North, South, East and West
Colour(s) Blue & Yellow

Compass International School Doha is a private, co-educational school in Doha, Qatar. It is an International School with campuses located in Gharaffa, Madinat Khalifa, and Rayyan. It was founded in 2006 by Fieldwork Education to provide learning to both local and international students and has rapidly expanded to provide to over 1400 students over three campuses. The school is now part of the Nord Anglia group of schools.

At Primary level, the school offers the English National Curriculum for English and maths and the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for all other subjects. The Rayyan and Gharaffa campuses operate as one Primary school and have classes from Early Years 1 - Year 6 (age 3 - 11). Madinat Khalifa is a Primary and Secondary school which has classes from Years 1-13. At Madinat Khalifa they offer Primary and Secondary education for children (aged 5 – 18). In Primary they follow the English National Curriculum and IPC. In Secondary, Years 7 - 9 (aged 11 – 14), they follow the English National Curriculum, with exam courses for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) in Years 10 and 11. The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program rounds the education off in Years 12 and 13 (aged 17 – 18).

The schools also teach Arabic, Islamic Studies and Qatar History in line with the Supreme Education Council guidelines.

All the Subjects in the school are: English, Maths, Biology, Science, Chemistry, Physics, PE, PSHE, Psychology, Geography, Business Studies, Economics, Music, History, Dutch French, Spanish, Arabic, ICT, Art, Qatar History and Islamic studies.