Who owns Regent International school?

Sanjay Mankani
Regent International School (The Greens)

Regent International School The Greens
School type Private Independent school
Founder Sanjay Mankani
Authority KHDA

What is Khda accreditation?

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) ensures the growth and direction of private education in Dubai and, through the Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau (DSIB), is responsible for ensuring and maintaining high quality education in Dubai’s private schools.

Which curriculum is Choueifat?

The school offers both UK and US based curricula. IGCSE, AS and A-levels are based upon the National Curriculum of England and Wales, while AP and SAT tests were of US origin. However the teaching methodology is based on the 130 year old SABIS system – the differentiating factor for all Choueifat schools.

How is a regent chosen?

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Is KHDA for Dubai only?

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is the educational quality assurance and regulatory authority of the Government of Dubai, United Arab Emirates….Knowledge and Human Development Authority.

Agency overview
Website www.khda.gov.ae

Is KHDA under Ministry of Education?

The KHDA is a Dubai government authority that oversees education in the emirate of Dubai (including Hatta), both private and public, having taken over the role from the Dubai Education Council (DEC) in 2007.

Who is the owner of Choueifat school?

History & Achievements

The First 100 Years:
1886: Tanios Saad and Louisa Procter founded a school for girls in the village of Choueifat, Lebanon.
2001: Alumni Association revived to maintain a strong link among generations.
Today: The SABISĀ® Network includes schools on five continents that educate over 70,000 students

Is SABIS a private school?

SABIS operates six schools in the United States: five public charter schools (in Arizona, Massachusetts, and Michigan) and one private school in Minnesota. In 2013, SABIS started educating students at the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell (Collegiate), in Lowell, Massachusetts.