QAD aims to instill a desire to succeed, independence of thought and action, a sense of responsibility and a readiness to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world. To achieve these aims, we require the full support of all parents. Education is a partnership between teachers, parents, and students, whereby the learning processes initiated at school are maintained and encouraged at home. The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) exists to support and coordinate parent involvement in school life to support a positive school community.
QAD will consider any student who is at least three years old and not older than seventeen on 1 September of any academic year. No student will be denied entry on grounds of race, color, religion, or ethnic background.
Entry to all age groups at QAD is by selection. The Admissions Committee uses screening tools at different grade levels to suit student developmental levels. This procedure is designed to assess the suitability of the applicant both academically and socially.
QAD has a reputation for high academic standards so the entrance test is designed to select students of above average ability. All students must meet entry requirements for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. Qualifications for entry to the Diploma course in Grade 11 are as follows:
For students enrolled in the MYP:
For more information please read the MYP General Regulations.
For students entering grade 11 and the IB program:
For more information please read the IB Diploma General Regulations.
For students who have completed the GCSE/IGCSE:
For other students:
All students must be registered by the Admissions Officer. Registration is not complete until the required forms have been completed and returned to school, and the appropriate fees have been paid. Prospective parents are always welcome to visit Qatar Academy Doha by appointment through the Admissions Office.
Office : 44542018
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