We proudly present The Indian High Group of Schools, Dubai - the pioneering Indian Curriculum School (CBSE) in the UAE that has successfully completed six decades of outstanding educational provision to thousands of expatriate Indians.
Established in 1961, in a small villa with five students, the school became the reason why the business community could keep their children in Dubai under the loving care of complete family units.
In subsequent years the school continued to grow and its oldest campus, in Oud Metha, was built on land generously donated by the late H.H Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed al Maktoum. Today, we are proud to have three campuses and a total student strength of 11. 500 students and are undoubtedly the first choice for expatriate Indians looking for the highest quality education that is international in its outlook while enriching the Indian cultural roots. Managed by a philanthropic Board of Trustees on a certified not- for- profit basis, the governing board leaves no stone unturned in providing the best and updated digital and conventional educational resources, competent and committed educators catering to both academic and pastoral needs and a nurturing environment with contemporary. This vision was not only well sustained but rather strengthened in the times of COVID, with the Oud Metha Campus receiving the highest rating of “Developed” in the Distance Learning Evaluation conducted by the KHDA in June 2020.
The Indian High School, Oud Metha campus – our oldest institution has many firsts to its credit- the highest rating of “Outstanding” by the Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau for six consecutive years – the only CBSE school to achieve this distinction - and the Sheikh Hamdan Award for Distinguished School and School Administration twice, to name some.