Doha College has announced its placement in 'Spear's Schools Index 2024', “solidifying its position as one of the Middle East's premier educational institutions and among the 100 very best private schools around the globe”.
'Spear’s', the award-winning magazine for high-net-worth individuals, has released its fifth global index, in which Doha College has achieved distinction as one of the top 10 best schools in the Middle East and the sole representative from Qatar, a statement said.
The 'Spear's Schools Index' is an indispensable resource for international families, advisers to Ultra-High Net Worth individuals, and those seeking relocation to major global hubs, it was explained.
"With a focus on academic excellence, unique ethos, and preparation for future success, the index offers invaluable insights into the world's leading schools,” the statement said. “In collaboration with the expert team at Thuso, 'Spear's' has curated a comprehensive ranking that reflects the diverse needs and preferences of discerning families.”
"Categorised by region, prospective parents and pupils can now access a list of the top 100 schools for 2024 across the UK, Switzerland, Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the rest of the world, chosen by expert education consultants,” it added.
"Alongside Doha College, the top 10 schools in the Middle East listed for 2024 providing exceptional education for students include Brighton College Abu Dhabi, British School Muscat, Dubai College, Repton School Al Barsha, Repton School Dubai, The British School Al Khubairat, The International School of Choueifat, St Christopher's School Bahrain, and Jumeirah English Speaking School."
“It is wonderful for the College to be again recognised as one of the world’s top 100 private schools,” said Doha College principal David Tongue. “This really is a strong endorsement of the exceptional work going on within each classroom and the innovation that the College has become synonymous with.”
“This recognition is a testament to the dedication of all our staff, pupils and wider community and our determination to put pupil learning and success at the heart of everything we do as a school,” he said.
“It is an honour to work at Doha College with so many professional staff – who we owe this recognition to – and so many fantastically warm, welcoming and able pupils,” said Doha College chief operating officer David Lish. “We take immense pride in being selected as the only school in Qatar to make this list and in such illustrious company in the GCC.”
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