*Pearl Modern School fully operational and ready for 2021-2022 academic year
Pearl School has opened its state-of-the-art purpose-built campus, Pearl Modern School, in Umm Besher, Al Meshaf.
“The school has 90 classrooms and other facilities, and can accommodate about 2,200 students. With a built-up area of 23,000sq m, Pearl Modern School has all the facilities needed for a premier modern educational institution. About QR100mn has been invested for the construction of the building,” said Sam Mathew, president of the school, at a press conference yesterday.
One of the youngest CBSE-affiliated Indian schools in Qatar, Pearl School now has three campuses in the country. Pearl School had opened the doors of its first campus in 2013 in Al Thumama, followed by its second campus in West Bay.
All classrooms at Pearl Modern School are equipped with multimedia facilities such as smart whiteboards with furniture specifically developed for KG, Primary and Secondary age groups. The new campus is equipped with advanced labs for chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, computer science and languages. There are two library halls with a wide collection of books.
“We started construction of the campus building by the end of 2019 and it was completed in January 2021. Built within a period 15 months and during the exceptional times of Covid-19, the school has 90 well-equipped classrooms, 16 of which are specially designed for kindergarten sections. In addition, 40 rooms have been allocated for fostering creativity in art, music, dance, technological innovation such as robotics and other areas,” said Dr Mohamed Althaf, one of the directors of the school.
Other features of the school are a large multipurpose auditorium, fully equipped fitness club, large indoor swimming pool, badminton court, tennis court, basketball court, football field and a spacious cafeteria. The school also has a dedicated resource centre to train and develop teachers.
Pearl Modern School is fully operational and ready for the 2021-2022 academic year. “We have already admitted more than 400 students from KG to Class-XI with the capacity to accommodate more than 2,000 students. Our intention is to provide an enriching learning experience to all students, combining the importance of academics, life skills and holistic development of the students. This is the commitment of the management and teachers to parents who have entrusted us in helping to achieve their child’s full potential,” said Mathew.
“The existing fee structure will be continued with no change for classes from KG to Preparatory section. We also have plans to expand our infrastructure facilities, especially for sports and games,” added Mathew.
Mohamed Nizar and Ashraf Madathil, two other directors of the school board, were also present at the press conference.
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