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Qatar: a comprehensive guide to private schools.

27 January, 2020
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As some of you might already know, we are considering moving back to Qatar, permanently. We all love it here and can’t stay away! πŸ™‚ This means that we will have to look for a school for Adam (agaaaain…). Being an obsessive planner, I’ve prepared a file with all schools which are even remotely worth considering, with all necessary info, including:

— location,

— available grades,

— yearly tuition fee,

— additional non-refundable fees,

— website address,

— extra remarks, if any.

Once I was done with my Qatar school guide, I showed it to hubby. He was really impressed, even though he initially thought that tuition fees are in fact telephone numbers… πŸ˜€ Actually, that’s not funny. Especially if we have to pay the fees ourselves! When I look at the cost I am so very grateful that we don’t have, say, 4 school-aged kids!

Once I finished the spreadsheet, I thought to myself: hey, this might help other parents in Doha make their choice, too! I know I’m a bit late to the party, as most schools are already in the middle of their admission process for the school year 2020-2021. Regardless, I still decided to share it with the world. πŸ™‚

It kinda looks like this… (Ok, the image is blurry, but below it, you can find a link to download the whole thing in a PDF format πŸ™‚ ).

Download the full Qatar school guide below. It’s printable in A3 format:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=13yB3q6f-j8Jak-8FFgHN1IEnGlEQE_1O

You’re welcome πŸ™‚ I hope it will prove useful to you as it did to me.

Also, watch this space – I will be publishing a piece on househunting in Qatar soon!

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