Filipino Schools Around The World


Filipino schools

It is no surprise anymore to meet a kababayan when one travels abroad, be it in the vibrant city of New York, in the cobbled alleys of Florence, or in the thick jungles of Kota Kinabalu. In fact, a lot of Filipino communities are already thriving in many parts of the world, and some of them are big enough to establish Filipino-centered schools where parents send their children to invoke in them a strong sense of community that is truly Pinoy.


Filipino International Schools


Here are some Filipino schools that are flourishing in different parts of the world.




Name of the School: Philippine Language School of Victoria


Address: 42 Eleanor St., Footscray, VIC Australia 3011

Telephone: (03) 9317 9156

Mobile: (0413) 623 991

Email: [email protected]

General Info

The Philippine Language School of Victoria was established and founded in 1993 to enable the Filipino children learn and understand the language and culture. The school is designed for non-speakers of Filipino language, or persons of Filipino parents who are Filipino-Australian born and who do not speak the language, children of mixed marriages, scholars, diplomats, business people and individuals who are interested to learn the language for better understanding of the Filipino cultural heritage, identity and tradition. The school uses the guidelines in the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS) provided by VCAA to attain specific objective.




Name of the School: Philippine School Bahrain


Address: Bldg. 989 Road 3222, Blk. 732, A’Ali, Manama, Bahrain

Telephone: +973-176-45451

Fax: +973-176-44101

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 896 Students

General Info

The Philippine School Bahrain (PSB) was established in 1994 through the initiative and cooperative efforts of 27 Filipinos who became its founders. The school provides pre-elementary, elementary and secondary education to Filipino children in the Kingdom of Bahrain. It uses the Philippine curriculum to facilitate the smooth integration of home-bound children in the mainstream of Philippine education system. The PSB has become an institution that promotes not only academic excellence but also Filipino values and cultural heritage among Filipino children in Bahrain.




Name of the School: International Philippine School of Shanghai

Address: 699 Hu Qing Ping Gong Lu, Zhai Dong Ju Wei Hui, Quingpu District, Shanghai, PRC

Telephone: (86-21) 59765857

Fax: (86) 187 21283104

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 30 students

General Info

The International Philippine School of Shanghai (IPSS) is the first Philippine school in Shanghai. It is a Philippine-European privately-owned institution intended for the Filipino community living in Shanghai. The school provides secure quality education for all students with affordable fees.

It offers a curriculum that is Philippine-based, but with the integration of international standards and approaches in teaching that would make every child academically inclined and globally competitive, thus able to respond actively and positively to the growing changes of the future.




Name of the School: Maharlika International School


Address: Fatuhada, Comoro, Dili, Timor-Leste

Telephone: (670) 730 2300 / (670) 331 3053

Email: [email protected]

General Info

The school was established on February 16, 2008 through the dedication and commitment of the Managing Director of Haksolok Consultancy & General Services Lda. to focus mainly on its education services being offered to the public. He wished to provide affordable, enriched and stable learning environment primarily to dependents of overseas Filipinos in East Timor where at the same time his children can study. With MIS-DEDC, foreign nationals can also bring their kids in East Timor to study while they are working.




Name of the School: Philippine School in Greece

Address: 15 Thimaton Polemou, Kareas Vyronas, Athens, Greece

Telephone: (211) 0149970

Mobile: (30) 693 9329060

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 185 students

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The Katipunan Philippines Cultural Academy (KAPHILCA) was inspired by the idea that young Filipinos overseas must never become alienated from their native land; they must know about their Filipino identity and culture, and must be given the best opportunity to learn about the Philippines and its people.

It was accredited by the Department of Education of the Philippines in October 1999. Since the school follows the curriculum prescribed by the DepEd, it enables students to be readily integrated into the Philippine school system on their return to the country, and to cultivate in them their Filipino identity and character.




Name of the School: Al Taj International School

Address (): P.O. Box 85130, Riyadh 1169, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 4788237/ 2920450

Fax: (966-11) 4788237

Mobile: (96650) 8210584 / (96654) 0246355

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 1,140 students

General Info

The Al Taj International School envisions a school that shall be the center for language teaching utilizing the English language as the primary medium of instruction. It shall make available a conducive atmosphere for the development of the three domains of learning namely: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor.

Having the English language as the primary medium of instruction, the Al Taj International School, moreover intends to provide its pupils and students the advantage of being at the edge in utilizing the language in all forms of communication.


Name of the School: Philippine International School in Assir

Address: Khamis Mushayt, Abha, KSA

Telephone: (966-17) 2377674

Mobile: (96653) 3082055

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 85 students

General Info

It envisions providing quality education to Filipino children abroad, teaching them to learn and cultivate the Philippines’ cultural and historical background while upholding excellence.


Name of the School: Al Shorouq International School

Address: #9 and 11 Maashi St., Maashi District, Taif, KSA

Telephone: (96612) 732 9494 loc 209

Fax: (96612) 731 9191

Mobile: (96650) 892 6427

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 254 students

General Info

As a Philippine curriculum-based school, the ASIS aims to provide, in a legal and stable environment, the educational needs of around 300 Filipino students. Through the unceasing prayers and help of friends, the legalization of this school was realized. The school is now flourishing, with two (2) huge buildings for the boys section and for the girls section, licensed and competent teachers and staff, and a Parent Teacher’s Association all dedicated to the formation of positive human values and attainment of academic excellence among the children of Taif.


Name of the School: International Philippine School in Al-Khobar


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Address: P.O. Box 4839, Al-Khobar 31952, KSA

Telephone: (966-13) 889 1487; 899 3849

Fax: (966-13) 899 3698

Mobile: (966-53) 630 4350

Email: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]

Number of Students: 922 students

General Info

The International Philippine School in Al-Khobar (IPSA) was organized in September 1988 by a group of Filipino expatriates on family status and living in the vicinity of Al Khobar. It started its academic operation in June 1989.

It is dedicated to providing affordable and quality education with exceptional value-focused formation to Filipino children by employing a dedicated, professional and competent faculty and staff and through the establishment of standard school facilities and an environment conducive for both learning and teaching. Moreover, it conscientiously tries to attain the objectives set by the Philippine Department of Education.


Name of the School: Al – Andalus International School


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Address: P.O. Box 79307, Al Shobar North, KSA

Telephone: (966-13) 857 0097

Fax: (966-13) 857 0075

Mobile: (96650) 680 2972

Email: [email protected] / [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 291 students

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The Al-Andalus International School Al-Khobar (AAIS) was organized in April 1995, and has gone a long way from its humble beginnings. It now prides itself as a school where children learn in a fun, loving, family environment; where each child is seen as a special gift from the Almighty and therefore treated with love and respect; where parents are considered as partners with the school in their children’s education; where teachers are selflessly dedicated in their noble task of shaping young minds; and where the school stands as an avenue where children can express themselves as individuals and, in the process, grow up to be contributing members of society.


Name of the School: Philippine Sunrise International School

Address: P.O. Box 56634, Jeddah 21452, KSA

Telephone: (9662) 664 6369

Fax: (9662) 663 5718

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 239 students

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The Philippine Sunrise International School (PSIS) is an educational institution catering to the needs of young Filipinos in the Western part of Saudi Arabia. The PSIS is the fastest growing Philippine school abroad under the management of the Overseas Family Cooperative (OFC). It is the first Philippine school in Saudi Arabia to adopt the E-Learning System (ICT) and is proud to offer advanced educational facilities in the field of sciences, mathematics, English (both language and literature) and computer technology.


Name of the School: Durat Al Sharq (Pearl of the Orient) International School

Address: P.O. Box 34550 Jeddah 21478, KSA

Telephone: (9662) 6673244

Fax: (9662) 664 5126

Number of Students: 392 students

General Info

The school offers a Philippine-based curriculum with english as medium of instruction. Arabic and Islam subjects are also offered in all levels. Full facilities are provided for all grade levels from pre-school through secondary. The POIS, aims to meet a child’s specific needs and learning capabilities incorporating principles of wisdom and character-building.


Name of the School: International Philippine School in Jeddah


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Address: P.O. Box 112696, Jeddah, KSA

Telephone: (966-12) 671 6582

Fax: (966-12) 671-6582

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 508 students

General Info

The PPSA was considered as one of the Embassy’s education and cultural activities, and as such was under the Embassy’s supervision through the Philippine Consulate in Jeddah.

To date, the IPSJ has produced graduates who now hold prominent positions such as diplomats, lawyers, engineers, doctors, teachers, etc. around the globe, and who render actual services in their respective fields. They are the living witnesses of the school’s commitment to provide world class and quality education to Filipinos and non-Filipino children in Jeddah.


Name of the School: Al Dura (GEMS) International School

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Address: P.O. Box 51477, Jeddah, KSA

Telephone: (9662) 674 8483

Fax: (9662) 674 8381

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 1,761 students

General Info

The Gems International School (GIS) was established and founded in May 2005. The school aims to provide an affordable world-class quality education to the children of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) based in Jeddah. The GIS offers preschool, elementary and secondary education and it follows the Philippine curriculum. The school includes Arabic Language, Saudi History, Geography and Culture as additional subjects to be taught.


Name of the School: Second Philippine International School


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Address: P.O. Box 729 Riyadh 11372, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 217 1905 ext 104

Fax: (966-11) 465 4257

Mobile: (96650) 024 4803; (95559) 855 3600

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 641 students

General Info

SPIS as an institution of learning provides better quality education for the dependents of all expatriates in Riyadh giving more priority to Filipino children. It envisions to make every learner a disciplined, God-loving, nationalistic, enlightened, self-reliant, and productive citizen that can be of value in the global community and to the society where he belongs when he goes back home to the Philippines. Thus, the SPIS’ thrust is “Quality education for a world-class generation.”


Name of the School: Riyadh International School


Address: P.O. Box 27586, Riyadh 11427, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 293 6019; 293 5926

Fax: (966-11) 293 5895

Mobile: (96650) 204 7984; (966-54) 026 8542

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 635 students

General Info

The Riyadh International School (RIS) is a value-oriented school that aims to provide quality education with values formation. Established by private individuals in April 1998 as a stock corporation, the school falls under the Category 4 of educational institutions.

The RIS endeavors to direct students towards a commendable conduct of behavior in consonance with the objectives for which the institution firmly stands for the development of a total person. It is committed to provide the students a well-rounded education that maximizes their potentials, and to help establish a solid foundation for their total personality development.


Name of the School: Palm Crest International School


Address: 48 Al Amariyah St., Sulaymaniah District, Riyadh, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 464 2474

Fax: (966-11) 464 6608

Mobile: (96650) 946 1802

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 612 students

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The PCIS formally opened its door to expatriates’ children, on 3 April 2004 by virtue of a Saudi Ministry of Education License and Ministry of Commerce and Industry Certificate of Registration. After acquiring permits from the host country, the PCIS was given a provisional permit by the Philippine Department of Education in 2005.

The PCIS also envisions, as part of its five-year development program, the opening of a tertiary program with initial courses in BS Computer Science, BS Computer Engineering and Graduate School programs in collaboration with accredited universities in the Philippines to cater to the professional needs of teachers in Saudi Arabia.


Name of the School: Millennium International School

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Address: P.O. Box 54746, Riyadh, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 478 9313 / 478 9720

Fax: (966-11) 478 9470 / 291 8952

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 328 students

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The Millennium International School (MIS) was founded in 2001 and is one of the educational institutions offering basic education to children of overseas Filipino workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). It was founded by Mr. Marwan Kwaider, who had the noble mission of providing quality education for the Filipino children in the KSA.

Today, the MIS has established linkages and tie-ups with other well-known schools in the Philippines to serve its students better.


Name of the School: Future Generation Philippine International School


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Address: Al-Baljourashi St. Suleimaniah District, Riyadh, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 465 6298

Fax: (966-11) 465 4539

Mobile: (96650) 097 5829

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 1,128 students

General Info

The school was established in April 2006 and adopts the Enriched Basic Education Curriculum program of the Philippine Department of Education with additional courses in Mathematics, Science, and English. It has opened the opportunity for learners to undergo a basic education of international standards where everyone experiences a close-knit academic community, where pupils/students, faculty members, parents and administrators are like friends, yet where respect, responsibility and other values remain intact.


Name of the School: Fawaq International School

Address: No. 23 Prince Turki Bin Abdul Aziz, Maather District, Riyadh, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 212 0833; 483 1828

Fax: (966-11) 441 2220; 217 6124

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]/ [email protected]

Number of Students: 283 students

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The Fawaq International School (FIS) was established in April 2006. It envisions every learner to be functionally educated, equipped with intellectual, social, moral, physical, and practical life skills to achieve one’s goals in life and become responsive and productive citizens in a challenging world.


Name of the School: Elite International School

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Address: Olaya District, P.O. Box 60949 Riyadh 11555, KSA

Telephone: (966-11) 462 7224

Fax: (966-11) 462 4655

Mobile: (96656) 460 2997

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 578 students

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The Elite International School (EIS) was founded in February 1999 and has a curriculum that is self-renewing and responsive to the needs and opportunities of all types of learners in rapidly changing and technologically-oriented global community.  It is raising tomorrow’s leaders through quality education.  It takes into consideration the individual differences and preferences of the children.  It uses sensory-based activities that are interrelated to harness the multiple intelligence of the learner.  It also generates environmental awareness and finally, the curriculum stresses functional learning.


Name of the School: Al Jazeera International School Dammam

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Address: P.O. Box 76240, Rakah, Al-Khobar 31952, KSA

Telephone: (9663) 858 0383 ext 12; 859 0677; 858 0380

Fax: (9663) 859 0677; 858 0383 ext 19

Email: [email protected]; [email protected]

Number of Students: 509 students

General Info

The Al Jazeera International School Dammam was established in 1995 to cater to the educational needs of the children of Filipino expatriates in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. It offers complete Philippine educational curriculum from nursery to high school.


Name of the School: Al Danah International School

Address: P.O. Box 58409 Riyadh 11594, KSA

Telephone: (9661) 473 9030

Fax: (9661) 476 3718

Mobile: (96650) 476 3718; (96611) 473 9030

Email: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]

Number of Students: 543 students

General Info

The Al Danah International School (ADIS) started in 1995 as a nursery school. The increasing demand of parents for the education of their children led to the establishment of the kindergarten, preparatory, elementary and high school levels.




Name of the School: The New Kuwait Philippine International School

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Address: Jleeb Al Shuyoukh, State of Kuwait

Telephone: (965) 22277254

Fax: (965) 24315647

Mobile: (9656) 6348225

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 517 Students

General Info

The New Kuwait Philippine International School (NKPIS), a private school owned by the Om Al-Qura Education Est., was established as a commitment to provide affordable and quality education that is basically Filipino in its content and that responds to the desire to develop Filipino children and youth into a wholly integrated person.


Name of the School: Philippine International English School

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Address: Seaside Road, Fahaheel, Kuwait

Telephone: (9652) 3922713

Fax: (9652) 3915253

Mobile: (9656) 6605813

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 903 students

General Info

The Philippine International English School (PIES) in Fahaheel, Kuwait was an offshoot of the state visit of President Fidel V. Ramos to Kuwait in September 1997. It envisions intellectually equipped, morally upright, physically fit, disciplined, technologically competent, and service-oriented individuals living in a competitive local and global environment.




Name of the School: Philippine School

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Address: P.O. Box 563, P.C. 133 Al Khuwair, Sultanate of Oman

Telephone: (968) 24697636

Fax: (968) 24698656

Mobile: (968) 99430837

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 443 Students

General Info

The Philippine School was conceived in 1989 by Filipino overseas contract workers under the auspices and support of His Excellency Essa bin Mohammed Al Zedjali, the Philippine Honorary Consul General, the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Department of Education (DepEd).

Its general goal is to develop learners by providing them basic competencies in literacy and numeracy, critical thinking and learning skills, and desirable values to become caring, self-reliant, productive, socially-aware, patriotic, and responsive citizens.




Name of the School: Philippine Community School in Tripoli

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Address: Siyahiya, Ghot Alsha’al, P.O. Box 245, Tripoli, Libya

Telephone: (218-21) 7249939

Mobile: (218-21) 925006056

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 366 students

General Info

The PCS was opened in April 1991. It envisions becoming a premier Philippine educational institution in Libya. It provides a venue for the pursuit of excellence in academics, arts, sciences, and technology, through community partnership.


Name of the School: Philippine Community School (Benghazi)

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Address: PCS Compound, Hawari Village, Bengazi, Libya

Telephone: (218-91) 3578522

Mobile: (218-91) 3578522

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 54 students

General Info

The Philippine Community School (PCS) in Benghazi, Libya was established in 1997. The school was the result of the combined efforts and determination of the Philippine Embassy and a handful of pioneering members of the Filipino community.


Name of the School: Philippine Centennial Academy International

Address: New Shebna, Benghazi, Libya

Telephone: (218-92) 3019660

Fax: (219-92) 5494991

E-mail: [email protected]/ [email protected]/ [email protected]

Number of Students: 81 students

General Info

The Philippine Centennial Academy, International (PCAI) was founded in 1998 to provide a healthy and sound school environment that can assure the highest standards of education for the children of Filipinos in the City of Benghazi.




Name of the School: Philippine International School in Qatar

Address: Ain Khalid, P.O. Box 9875, Doha, Qatar

Mobile: (974) 66025251

Email: [email protected]/ [email protected]/ [email protected]

Number of Students: 1,567 students

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The Philippine International School in Qatar (PISQ) was founded in March 2000. It adopts the Montessori curriculum for preschool, and the Philippine curriculum for elementary and secondary education for children of Filipino expatriates. The school’s ultimate goal is to promote the total development of the individual student so that he/she may become a useful and responsible citizen of the society.


Name of the School: Philippine School Doha


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Address: No. 52, Saad Bin Surara Old Murror, Al Messilah Area, State Of Qatar

Telephone: (974) 418 1587/ 4418 1596

Fax: (974) 421 7718

Mobile: (974) 5581 9367 / 5526 8976

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]/ [email protected]

Number of Students: 2,035 students

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Philippine School Doha (PSD) was established in October 1992 to serve the educational needs of the children of the Filipino community in the State of Qatar. Its birth was the result of the determination of pioneering members of the Filipino community in Doha under the auspices of the Philippine Embassy.

Guided by the dictum “knowledge begets wisdom,” the PSD envisions itself to be the center of academic excellence as the first Philippine Science High School in the Middle East abreast with the dynamics and development of society, culture, science and technology, and the arts. It also aspires to produce competent graduates with inherent values of honesty and propriety tempered with prudence and divine wisdom.




Name of the School: The Philippine School


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Address: P.O. Box 126621, Al Twar 3, Dubai, UAE

Telephone: (971) 284 4465 loc 202/208

Fax: (971) 284 4460

Mobile: (97156) 6097730/ 6872128

Email: [email protected]/ [email protected]

Number of Students: 816 students                              

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The school, aptly named The Philippine School, intends to fill the needs of the local market. The school aims to prepare its students to excel as young leaders of tomorrow (global leaders being trained and brought up abroad) offering advanced technology programs, values-based education, parent-friendly policy and activities such as arts and crafts, music, dance and sports.


Name of the School: United International Private School


Address: P.O. Box 60817, Al Qusais, Muhaisna 4, Dubai, UAE

Telephone: (9714) 254 3888

Fax: (9714) 254 3889 / 264 6850

Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Number of Students: 1,348 students

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The United International Private School (UIPS) is a pioneer Philippine School in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was founded in September 1992 with a vision of providing quality education for the burgeoning Filipino community in Dubai, and the neighboring emirate, Sharjah.

The school’s best features are its socio-cultural activities, spacious classrooms, wide playground, sports area, school canteen, audio-visual room, library, computer laboratory, and air-conditioned buses. The UIPS uses computers and an updated Filipino curriculum that is compatible with the American system of education.


Name of the School: Far Eastern Private School


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Address: P.O. Box 29047, Solaiman R/A Al Shahba Area, Sharjah, UAE

Telephone: (9716) 538 9556

Fax: (9716) 538 9556/57

Mobile: (97150) 978 5392

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 1,060 students

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The Far Eastern Private School (FEPS) initially began its operations in August 2000 as “Love and Care” with a total strength of 170 students from kindergarten to high school.

The FEPS has through the years proven its meaningful existence as a haven of academic excellence as indicated by a steady growth of the school population every year. The management and administration continues to address the needs of times, thus, with the commendable growth of Filipino students, the school was granted the use of Filipino curriculum. True to its vision-mission, the FEPS continues to uphold its name in the UAE.


Name of the School: The New Filipino Private School


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Address: P.O. Box 6234, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Telephone: (9716) 5661331

Fax: (9716) 5660570

Mobile: (97150) 5490757

Email: [email protected]/ [email protected]

Number of Students: 890 students

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The New Filipino Private School (NFPS) is the very first Filipino school in the United Arab Emirates to be given license to operate using the Filipino curriculum by the Philippine Department of Education and the UAE Ministry of Education.

With the effective implementation of the Philippine curriculum, emphasizing on major subjects including mathematics, science, English, Filipino and MAKABAYAN, the NFPS has produced students who fared well in qualifying examinations in the different universities in the Philippines.


Name of the School: PISCO Private School

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Address: P.O. Box 29317, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Telephone: (9712) 6415761 / 6419611

Fax: (9712) 6415761

Mobile: (97150) 4178105

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 781 students

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The PISCO Private School (PPS) is a Filipino-owned private school, dedicated to the realization of an effective delivery of service to the Filipino community.

By authority of the Department of Education, all pupils/ students of PPS were no longer required to take the validation exams when transferring to other schools. Graduating pupils/ students were administered with the National Elementary Achievement Test and the National Secondary Achievement Test. The PPS students had been excelling in the said tests ever since these were initially administered.


Name of the School: Philippine National School

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Address: P.O. Box 31874, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Telephone: (9712) 6419291 / 6418747

Fax: (9712) 6424852

Mobile: (97150) 6134465

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 1,200

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The Philippine National School (PNS) was formerly an Indian School. In August 1998, the founders of the school decided to shift to a Filipino curriculum. The PNS formally started its operation in September 1998 with 103 students. Shortly after, some investors withdrew their support from the school but were replaced by new ones. Meanwhile, the school enrollment increased to 212. In consideration of feedbacks from parents that the school is far from the city of Abu Dhabi, the PNS eventually transferred to the Passport Road.

The school has since produced top-notch achievers, winning inter-school and national contests, and successfully passing the entrance examinations of MAPUA, UP, College of St. Benilde, UST and St. Jude. Presently, the school boasts of its 1,200 – strong enrollment, a clear proof of the school’s prestige.


Name of the School: 21st Century Private Academy


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Address: Muroor Road, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Telephone: (9712) 4413077

Fax: (9712) 4413078

Email: [email protected]

Number of Students: 1000 students

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The 21st Century Private Academy will guide learners to become confident and inspired individuals in a Philippine Curriculum that reaches across the disciplines, cultures and age levels developing the whole person.


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Name of the School: The Filipino School


Address: 9845 Erma Road Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92131

Telephone: (888) 691 0799 ext 1

Email: [email protected]

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The Filipino School examines the beauty of the interwoven relationship of Filipino history, culture and language, and takes students on a journey that starts with their current level of knowledge, and building upon that base level of understanding and self-awareness of being a Filipino. Students will discover where they are rooted through a series of guided interactive conversations, and will have a better understanding of where they are going.

It offers an entry-level course for all ages, the Filipino 101, whose goal is to bridge generational and cultural gaps, allowing graduates to have workability for future needs of local community and country.


Name of the School: Eskwela Natin: Our Filipino School


Address: 2450 Florin Road, Sacramento, California, USA

E-mail: [email protected]

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Eskwela Natin introduces and shares the Filipino traditions, language, arts, cuisine, history and geography to students through a fun, safe and interactive group and classroom-learning environment. Relying on the volunteer efforts of first generation Filipino-Americans—parents, grandparents and other members of local Filipino organizations—to pass on their first-hand knowledge to students who will leave each class with ways to easily adapt etiquette, language and general information about the Filipino heritage into their everyday living. Eskwela Natin helps preserve the Filipino culture to Filipino-Americans for generations to come.

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