Indian School, Bahrain

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The Indian School
Isa Town

Coordinates26°9′30.21″N 50°32′29.37″E / 26.1583917°N 50.5414917°E / 26.1583917; 50.5414917Coordinates: 26°9′30.21″N 50°32′29.37″E / 26.1583917°N 50.5414917°E / 26.1583917; 50.5414917
Mottoतमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय (tamaso mā jyothirgamaya)
(lead me from darkness to light)
Established1950 (1950)
FounderMr. Jashanmal
ChairmanMr. Prince Natarajan (2014-present)
PrincipalMr. Palaniswamy
Number of students12000+

The Indian School is a CBSE-affiliated school in Bahrain. It was founded in 1950[1]. The Indian School, Bahrain has around 12,000 students and is one of the largest co-ed schools in the Persian Gulf region[2].

It is an open school, and its board is largely composed of parents elected for three-year terms. It is one of the oldest Indian schools in Bahrain.

The Indian School, Bahrain founded in the year 1950, was initiated by the efforts of the Indian community in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The school commenced its journey with a committed workforce -a Head Mistress and three staff members. 67 years of its successful existence, the school has made significant contribution towards education excellence. Today, The Indian School, Bahrain is one of the largest expatriate schools in the Persian Gulf with over 12,000 students and an enthusiastic workforce of 600 members.

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  1. ^ "Bahrain This Month". Retrieved 2018-12-23.
  2. ^ "Bahrain This Month". Retrieved 2018-12-23.