The British School of Bahrain
PO Box 30733 - Budaiya, Building 1080, Road 1425, Block 1014, Hamala, Bahrain
+973 1 761 0920
|Executive Headmaster||Mr John Maguire|
|Co-ed Age Range||3-18 years|
|Curriculum||A Levels, UK, IGCSE|
|Language of Instruction||English|
The British School of Bahrain (BSB) has been one of the leading schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain for over 26 years. The school is rated as Outstanding by the Education and Training Quality Authority (BQA) and it is accredited by British Schools Overseas (BSO).
BSB's purpose-built campus caters to students from the ages of 3 to 18; from over 90 countries. The value which BSB places on individuality is evident in its inclusive and innovative teaching approach. The school nurtures its students to develop the skills needed in a modern, connected world, and achieve exceptional academic results, all in a stress-free environment. BSB is the most awarded school in Bahrain with recent international awards in Student Wellbeing, Innovation in Education, Environment, Community partnerships and many more. These accolades, in addition to personal success stories, are a testament to the school's commitment to excellence. BSB has consistently achieved the highest A-level scores in Bahrain for three consecutive years, in addition to the many individual awards of highest A-Levels in the world in 2022, for Arabic and Economics. This underscores the school's dedication to providing a top-tier education.
The school is part of the Inspired Education Group, the world leading global group of premium schools that educates 70,000 students in over 100 of the very best schools in the world, across 6 continents. Inspired's Three Pillars approach to educational philosophy, equally focused on academic excellence, performing and creative arts and sports, is proven to provide a holistic, world-class education. Over 90% of Inspired graduates go on to their first-choice university, with alumni attending leading universities worldwide, including Harvard, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge and University College London.