A diverse IB experience.


In a world where business, education, sports and the arts transcend borders, a child with global citizenship is better equipped to achieve success in every aspect of their life. At ABA, your child will enjoy unparalleled opportunities to grasp their dreams, whatever their nationality and wherever in the world they choose to live … or go on to further education

Here at ABA, we teach the skills of how to learn; how to think; how to take control of one’s life; how to care and understand about the social and emotional well-being of others; how to build a sustainable future and how to flourish in the 21st century.

ABA's mission is to provide an international education of the highest quality to enable students to be confident, responsible, caring, life-long learners.

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An IB World Continuum School

Council of International Schools (CIS)

Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA)

Principals' Training Centre Member

MESAC Member


Offering EC to Grade 12

Ages 3 to 18 years 

Established in 1987

Student Population: 920

Number of Faculty and Staff: 142


75+ different student nationalities

20+ different teacher nationalities 

23% of our 2020 graduating class scored 40 or more points putting them in the top 8% of global IB Diploma graduates. We are a non-selective school that supportS each student to achieve success.

The Class of 2020! averaged a score of 35 points which is the equivalent at A-Level of A*A*A, and the ABA average far exceeds the world average of 29.7 points. The maximum number of points in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is 45. Our top score was 45/45!

Where would you like to begin?

Elementary School

Ages 3 to 10

Developing the whole child as an inquirer

Middle School

Ages 11 to 13

Building on strong foundations

High School

Ages 14 to 18

Preparing for success at university and life beyond

ABA listened and adapted  to its community and made it possible for us to afford ABA.  Having the option to pay the enrolment fee in 4 annual instalments instead of all at once made a huge difference. Plus, with the uncertainty in Oman right now, if we have to leave before the four years is finished, we don't have to pay the remaining amount.  It's a very flexible solution for expat families.ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARENT



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