Muscat: British School Muscat has been recognised as one of the Middle East’s best independent schools in Spears Magazine’s School Index with Carfax Education.
Spears describe British School Muscat as “Dynamic, purposeful and personal”.
They then go on to say, "The original not-for-profit British school in Oman was founded with a royal charter 50 years ago. Under head Kai Vacher, the school has undergone a clever restructuring of its facilities to include three pools, a university-style sixth-form centre, state-of-the-art science labs and floodlit sports facilities. Its academic results place it in the top three international schools in the Middle East.”
Kai Vacher, BSM Principal, said ‘We are delighted and very proud that we have been recognised as one of the world’s best independent schools. The hard work of our students and staff, combined with the wonderful support of the parent community have contributed to this recognition.
‘Our school was chosen by expert education consultants at Carfax and researchers at Spear’s based on our academic results, preparation for university entry, unique ethos and how we prepare students for life beyond academia.’
Categorised by region, prospective parents and pupils can now access a list of the top 100 schools for 2021, across the UK, Switzerland, Europe, USA, Middle East, China, Southeast Asia and the rest of the world, chosen by expert education consultants at Carfax Education and Spear’s.
Collated by Carfax Education experts on the ground across the world, the index is the most comprehensive global list available.