One of the few not-for-profit schools in Dubai, ASD is able to focus on the quality of education over satisfying owners or shareholders, and all tuition and fees fund the cost of education...
Thank you for your interest in joining our community. The American School of Dubai offers an educational experience like no other—one where our students develop into adaptive learners prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world.
We invite you to visit our campus and experience our unique learning environment first hand. Please contact us at +971 04 395 0005 or email@example.com.
A focus on the whole child with countless opportunities for students to explore their passions in Athletics and the Arts...
ASD was founded in 1966, before the formal establishment of the UAE, and prides itself on long- standing traditions and legacy alumni community...
ASD integrates sustainability goals and service-learning into the curriculum to develop students as global citizens...
Apply for Admission
Applications for the next enrolling school year usually begins on October 1.
They are only accepted online and there is no application fee with the initial submission.
Classrooms open at 8:05 a.m. and learning begins at 8:15 a.m. PreK and K1 students finish their day at 2:00 p.m. and students in K2 - Grade 12 finish at 3:15 p.m. School holidays for the current academic year are listed on the internal ASD School Calendar.
K1 admissions applications are accepted beginning in September for the upcoming school year. There are priority deadlines for PreK-KG2 (November 15) and Grades 1-12 (January 23).
ASD is an independent not-for-profit U.S. curriculum that offers what is the best about American education to provide learning experiences designed to promote the maximum potential of its students.
ASD designs PreK-12 curriculum based on established U.S. curriculum standards. These standards describe what students should know, understand and be able to do. ASD uses Standards-Based Grading and Reporting (SBGR) to provide students with feedback on academic achievement in relation to the standards. SBGR also provides feedback on how a student's learning habits (learner development) support achievement.
Graduates earn an American high school diploma. Advanced Placement courses are offered in Grades 10-12. ASD does not offer an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma.
Meet The Admissions Team
From top right: Craig Tredenick, Director of Admissions; Laura Palomo, Support; Maria Peralta, Specialist; and Alex Rachubinski, Specialist; Front: Lara Rabia Mustapha, Support; and Sarah Mahmoud, Customer Relations.
The Admissions Team looks forward to working with your family.