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    Philippine School, Bahrain

    Founding year: 1995
    Website: Visit Website
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Gydabelle B. Naval (Director)

    Philippine School (Bahrain) is a non-profit community school committed to providing excellent primary education to children of Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW). Our school offers education from Kindergarten to Grade 12 as prescribed by the Department of Education (DepEd) in the Philippines and approved by the Ministry of Education (MOE) Bahrain.

    We are very proud of our students who appreciate and cherish the rich Filipino cultural heritage. Our faculty hails from different regions of the Philippines. They come with one Filipino sentiment but with different cultural backgrounds, providing a rich and supportive learning environment. The faculty is supported by a dedicated team of administrative and support staff committed to creating a conducive learning environment.

    PSB opened its doors to Filipino students in 1995. Since then, PSB has graduated many young men and women who take pride in the school and their country - the Philippines, the pearl of the orient seas. The school's policy-making body is the Board of Governors composed of Filipino professionals who formulate policies that steer the school to the path of success. Despite their busy work schedules in their respective realms of professions, they continue to voluntarily provide their expertise, time, and efforts to ensure that the school moves in the right forward direction.

    Through the Philippine Ambassadors' unwavering assistance to the Kingdom of Bahrain, Philippine School Bahrain steadily grows into a strong citadel of Philippine education in this part of the Middle East. As a commitment to excellent education, PSB endeavors to attain full accreditation from PAASCU, the Philippines' oldest and largest independent and internationally affiliated quality assurance body in education, accrediting the excellent schools in the Philippines.

    We always take pride in our school and in the achievements that were accomplished over the years. Each year, we continue to energize ourselves to enhance our curricula, educational pedagogy, facilities, and services to develop our students' proper development. This is not only our promise but a responsibility we place upon our shoulders.

    We are blessed to have parents and benefactors who support the school in all its endeavors. We maintain strong communication with them to help us to reflect and move forward with sure steps. With them, we make things happen. At Philippine School (Bahrain), we believe in the following:

    • Excellence is achieved through wisdom.
    • Education plays a significant role in man's formation to achieve a quality life and a humane society.
    • Education is a dynamic process by which one seeks and enjoys the fullness of life with his/her fellowmen.
    • Education develops one's talents to become a mature, responsible, and influential member of society.
    • Education is a partnership between the home and the school.

    PSB education aims for the development of individuals. It seeks to nurture learners' potentials with the end goal of helping develop abilities and attitudes necessary for nation-building and global citizenship while appreciating their cultural heritage. Our core values:

    • Competence is the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to effectively and efficiently carry out one's responsibilities in his/her chosen field of endeavor.
    • Creativity is the capability to do or construct new things, not merely repeating what others have done. It also means improving the existing item or procedure. It is through/her community, country, and humanity because education aims to develop inventors and discoverers.
    • Commitment means dedicating one's life to something or someone worth living for. To live a meaningful life, one must possess commitment. He/she must have something or someone to which he/she can commit his/her life.
    • Compassion means sharing the same feelings with other people. It is putting oneself in the shoes of his fellowmen. It is not a selfish attitude but an outreach endeavor. Compassion enables one to be at home with other people.
    Address: Philippine School, Bahrain, Bldg. 989, Road 3222, Blk. 732, A’Ali , Manama, 10417, Bahrain



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