What an achievement for Ana, a grade 12 student here at ABA. Congratulations!
The latest happenings in and around ABA.
Sen K. Jose, an Indian Mathematics teacher who has taught for over 29 years has been awarded the University of Chicago Outstanding Educator Award 2020.
ABA students were asked to show their 'mask moments' in support of our Community Partnership and H.E. Dr. Ahmed's Mohammed Obaid Al Saidi, Minister of Health, and Member of the Supreme Committee Oman. Check out their moments!
A big thank you to the PTA for putting together this year's Spooktacular event. Check it out.
Thank you to all the Omani women at ABA who are dedicated to the advancement of the school and serving our students and community! Please take a moment to watch the video attached as ABA pays a tribute to the passionate, dedicated and talented Omani women at ABA who make our time at ABA and in Oman memorable.
Our HRPs are the PTA’s connection to the entire parent community. We need...
The ABA Community loves to read. To date, over 1900 books...
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The safety of the ABA community—students, staff, families, and friends—remains our number one priority and concern. As we implement safety requirements on campus, we will be asking for and relying on family support to ensure continuity, health, and success for our students. We need to come together as a community to help to keep everyone healthy. Please partner with us.
A great way to reflect. Take some time for these great reads and open your mind.
The results are in! Thank you for participating in the ISM Distance Learning Satisfaction Survey and providing feedback on what we are doing well and what we need to improve. We are listening.
Please join us in welcoming our new faculty for the 2020-2021 School Year. We look forward to having them join our community.
Last Fall 2019, the ABA Board initiated a revision of the school’s Brand and we are now ready to reveal our new school logo and marketing name - ABA Oman International School.
We highly recommend showing this article to your High School children. Three different students and three different approaches to success with the IBDP program. Well done Class of 2020!