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Canadian School Bahrain

Operational Hours

Sunday : 7:00 AM To 3:00 PM || Monday : 7:00 AM To 3:00 PM || Tuesday : 7:00 AM To 3:00 PM || Wednesday : 7:00 AM To 3:00 PM || Thursday : 7:00 AM To 3:00 PM || Friday : Day Off || Saturday : Day Off




The Canadian School Bahrain- is a school dedicated to developing students who are confident in their culture, empowering them to achieve academic excellence through nurturing moral values of integrity, responsibility, respect and courage.


The Canadian School Bahrain is located in Diyar al Muharraq, a thriving community set within the idyllic Arabian Gulf in a master-planned community. Surrounded by miles of pristine sand, Diyar al Muharraq has public parks, children’s playgrounds scenic canals, waterway.

Why us?

The Canadian School Bahrain (CSB) is a certified BC offshore school offering the internationally renowned British Columbia, Canada curriculum.

The goal of CSB is to provide an excellent education with high academic standards through teaching the BC curriculum. The school also offers Arabic language studies, Islamic studies and Bahraini social and citizenship classes.

The school is dedicated to developing students who are confident in their culture, empowering them to achieve academic excellence through nurturing moral values of integrity, responsibility, respect and courage.

CSB is an inclusive school. With over 20 different nationalities represented in the student body, the school embraces diversity and provides a friendly, supportive and welcoming atmosphere.

Located in Diyar Al Muharraq, the school opened in 2019. The school is unique to Bahrain, being the only school to offer the BC curriculum, which focuses on positive education and an individual approach to learning, that supports the social, emotional, and physical needs of each student.


The Canadian School Bahrain is a purpose-built modern campus. Located in Diyar Al Muharraq the campus is 3000 sqm ft in total. The campus has a capacity for up to 2500 students from Nursery – 12 and will in the future house 3 schools: preschool to junior and senior high school. The international standard facilities feature state of the art smart classrooms. Each classroom has a reading area, while as a feature of the wider school community there is also a master library that houses a variety of learning resources.

The integration of technology is critical in creating 21st Century learners. At CSB every classroom is a “smart classroom” fitted with the latest interactive screens. Students are provided access to iPads to further enhance their learning experience.

As outdoor education and physical movement are important parts of the schools' program, the campus will have two large playing fields and a running track.

The first floor consists of a Learning commence, Music room, Home economic, Science lab, and Art room, while plans for the school campus include a Swimming pool, a Multi-Purpose Hall, and a Gym.

What is the BC Curriculum?

The British Columbia Canada curriculum (BC Curriculum) is an internationally renowned education program of the highest standard.

The BC Curriculum teaches students through fostering a lifelong love of learning. This outstanding program offers a balanced, concept and inquiry-based approach that is student-centered and focuses on the whole child.

British Columbia curriculum in Bahrain

The core competencies are integrated into all learning. They are: communication, critical and creative thinking, and Personal social responsibility

Students registered will receive a Personal Education Number (PEN) which is a nine-digit number assigned to each student enrolled or registered with any BC Certified School. Once issued, the PEN follows the student through their B.C. education path from Early Learning, to Grade 12. This number is used for multiple purposes including; transition analysis between schools, post-secondary education, exams, and student reporting.

Graduates from the program receive a B.C. Certificate of Graduation called the Dogwood Diploma. This Diploma is internationally recognized by the world’s leading universities for entrance to tertiary studies. It is equivalent to a secondary school certificate/Tawjihi certificate.

Academic results for B.C. students are outstanding as assessed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Program for International Student Assessment for educational systems (PISA). In 2018 the B.C. program ranked 1st for reading, 2nd for science and 6th for math across 72 countries and 10 Canadian provinces.

Canada curriculum with Arabic language studies

The BC Curriculum and how it differs from a traditional learning curriculum

The comprehensive curriculum provides an excellent foundation for all areas of learning. Focused on sound foundations of literacy and numeracy these critical skills are the foundation of BC’s education system and are a key component of developing an educated citizen.

The most important goal of our program is to encourage our students to become self-confident inquisitive and enthusiastic learners.

The BC Curriculum allows children to learn through multiple pathways that help them to make personal connections to their learning. Teachers provide an environment in the classroom in which students be engaged and invested in their learning and ultimately advocates of their own learning.

What is a Core Competency?

The Core Competencies are sets of intellectual, personal, and social and emotional proficiencies that all students need to engage in deep, lifelong learning. Along with literacy and numeracy foundations, they are central to British Columbia’s K-12 curriculum and assessment system and directly support students in their growth as educated global citizens.

COMMUNICATION: The communication competency encompasses the knowledge, skills, processes, and dispositions we associate with interactions with others. Through their communication, students acquire, develop and transform ideas and information, and make connections with others to share their ideas, express their individuality, further their learning, and get things done. Communication competence is fundamental to finding satisfaction, purpose, and joy.

CREATIVE THINKING: The Thinking competency encompasses the knowledge, skills, and processes we associate with intellectual development. It is through their competency as thinkers that students take subject-specific concepts and content and transform them into a new understanding. Thinking competence includes specific thinking skills as well as habits of mind, and metacognitive awareness. These are used to process information from a variety of sources, including thoughts and feelings that arise from the subconscious and unconscious mind and from embodied cognition, to create new understandings.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL: Personal and Social competency is the set of abilities that relate to students' identity in the world, both as individuals and as members of their community and society. Personal and social competency encompasses what students need to thrive as individuals, to understand and care about themselves and others, and to find and achieve their purposes in the world.


We are delighted that you are considering The Canadian School Bahrain for your child.

Families considering CSB are warmly invited to tour our school on Wednesday afternoons from 2-3. We request that appointments for the tours are made through our Admissions Office.

Please fill out the form below to register your interest and one of our friendly admissions team will contact you.

Please note that all student enrollment applications incur a BHD 100 non-refundable fee.

Waiting lists for some classes are already in place, please talk to the admissions team regarding your child’s class intake for the 2020 -2021 school year.

As places are limited upon receiving an offer for a place at the school, parents have 14 days to accept by completing and returning the Acceptance of Offer documentation with the non-refundable BHD 250 acceptance fee and first term tuition fee to complete enrollment.

Tuition fees

Fees are structured based on the requirements of the curriculum.

Parents are requested to pay the 1st instalment of the tuition fee along with the one-time registration fee to complete the student’s enrolment process with the Canadian School Bahrain.

Fees Table

Grade 1st Inst. April 2nd Inst. November 3rd Inst. February Total
Nursery BHD 850 BHD 500 BHD 500 BHD 1,850
Kindergarten I BHD 1,000 BHD 500 BHD 500 BHD 2,000
Kindergarten II BHD 1,150 BHD 500 BHD 500 BHD 2,150
Grade 1 BHD 1,200 BHD 550 BHD 550 BHD 2,300
Grade 2 BHD 1,250 BHD 600 BHD 600 BHD 2,450
Grade 3 BHD 1,250 BHD 700 BHD 700 BHD 2,650
Grade 4 BHD 1,300 BHD 775 BHD 775 BHD 2,850
Grade 5 BHD 1,300 BHD 875 BHD 875 BHD 3,050
Grade 6 BHD 1,300 BHD 1,000 BHD 1,000 BHD 3,300

Please note: The tuition fees excludes Books, Uniforms, After School Activities, Food services and Optional School Trips.

Application Fee

At the time of admissions, you may collect the admission form from the school by paying a non-refundable fee of BD 100.

The admission application fee is a one-time fee which is applicable to new students only.

Registration Fee and Enrollment Fee

On receiving confirmation from the school regarding the student’s acceptance, parents are requested to pay:


  • A one-time registration fee of 250 BD to finalize the student’s enrollment, applicable to new students only
  • 1st installment of the tuition fee as mentioned in the chart below, under the ‘Tuition Fee Structure’ column

Age Guidelines:


Age requirements for the applied grade are as follows:

Nursery Stage Age 3 - 4
KG 1 Age 4 - 5
KG 2 Age 5 - 6
Grade 1 Age 6 - 7
Grade 2 Age 7 - 8
Grade 3 Age 8 - 9
Grade 4 Age 9 - 10
Grade 5 Age 10 - 11
Grade 6 Age 11 - 12


The Canadian School Bahrain has a school uniform. Each day students will wear either the regular school uniform or the sports uniform. We consider that our students represent their school and they are expected to uphold their image in observing the school dress code while valuing the customs and traditions of the Kingdom of Bahrain. During the winter season, students will be wearing school winter jackets.

We have considered the following factors while establishing the uniform policy:


  • Established the image of Canadian School Bahrain
  • Exhibits the mission of Canadian School Bahrain and creates a feeling among the Students that they belong to the school community
  • It is realistic and admirable.
  • School uniform is planned in such a way that students will feel comfortable.


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