Ahmadhiyya School upgraded to international school

The Ahmadhiyya School in Malé has been upgraded to a private international school and rebranded ‘Ahmadhiyya International School.’

Principal Mohamed Rasheed told local media yesterday that the Ministry of Education has approved a request to upgrade the school.

While the school would follow the revised national curriculum next year, Rasheed said Arabic, Japanese, and Chinese language classes would be offered to students in addition to B-tech and home science subjects.

Despite the upgrade, Rasheed said school fees would only be raised by MVR200. The school currently charges a fee of MVR800 for secondary students.

Ahmadhiyya was the first private school established in the Maldives and would become the fifth international school in the country next year.

In recent years, students from Ahmadhiyya have been among top achievers in the O’ Level examinations.


2 thoughts on “Ahmadhiyya School upgraded to international school”

  1. Ahmadiyya was the vision of a pioneer!
    And it looks like it is pioneering into another vision!


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