Dormitory Philosophy

Our aim is to provide a safe, happy and harmonious home-away-from-home, where students can develop both academically and personally. We are a co-ed facility that accept students from the ages of 11-18 years old, serving Middle and High School students. Spacious and attractively decorated, the Dormitory combines basic necessities with modern conveniences. Boys and girls live in separate wings on both sides of the main reception area, and each wing has its own comfortable lounge, well-supplied kitchen area and laundry rooms.

The aim in the Dormitory is to foster a supportive and caring community for students in Middle and High School, where the students value belonging to a wider family. Boarders learn how to live, to work, to take on responsibility, and socialize in an internationally diverse community.

Since its foundation, the Dormitory has been an integral part of life at the school. Approximately 20% of Secondary students are boarders.

The Dormitory located at the heart of the campus provides an excellent standard of accommodation, as well as easy access to educational and sporting facilities. Dormitory life is complemented by supervised study and after school activities programs.

Dormitory Philosophy

The Bahrain School Dormitory program aims to create an environment where all dormitory students feel happy, secure, confident and are cared for by professional staff acting in loco parentis. This is achieved by:

  • Offering the opportunity for an appropriate work/life balance
  • Encouraging students to fully achieve their academic potential
  • Providing off-campus opportunities for personal development, adventure, sharing and enjoyment whilst living in Bahrain
  • Access to the required facilities for independent study and recreation
  • Entrusting students with personal and community responsibility, where they value shared experiences as an integral part of the school community.
  • Individuals are encouraged to be accountable and guided to make appropriate decisions by accepting the consequence of their actions
  • Encouraging self discipline, self-respect and respect for others
  • Maintaining regular, effective communication with boarders families
  • Promoting an open and trusting ethos within the Dormitory
  • “Enhancing boarders, confidence and independence as young learners, thereby providing skills for their lives beyond school

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