New Pakistan International School

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New Pakistan International School (NPIS)
Location
Hawally
Kuwait
Coordinates 29°20′9″N 48°1′19″E / 29.33583°N 48.02194°E / 29.33583; 48.02194Coordinates: 29°20′9″N 48°1′19″E / 29.33583°N 48.02194°E / 29.33583; 48.02194
Information
Type Private
Established 1997
Director A. Bukharey
Gender Co-educational
Website

New Pakistan International School (NPIS, Arabic: المدرسة البكستانية الدولية الحديثه‎‎) is a school offering a British curriculum located in Hawally, Kuwait.[1]

It was founded in 1997 by its Director, Anita Bukharey, with the collaboration of KEES (Kuwait Establishment of Education services) with about 500 students, 25 qualified and experienced faculty members and 17 sections. As of 2011 around 2,340 students are enrolled, with a staff of 126 teachers, and 76 sections ranging from KG to IGCSE. And the latest numbers recorded are those of 2014 with 4,321 students and 126 teachers, the school students has shown a peculiarly interesting performance specially in IGCSEs and have shown the unsurpassed staff abilities when the 10th grade student Minyar Ali Salama scored the highest IGCSE marks for chemistry and got the Cambridge outstanding learner award. Among the students, 39 different nationalities are represented, including 24% Kuwaitis and 13% Pakistanis. The school has four sections, each with a head teacher, along with an Arab head teacher for all sections.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact School." New Pakistan International School, Hawalli. Retrieved on 19 February 2011.

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