Entrance Coaching Programme Inauguration

The Indian School inaugurated its Entrance Coaching Programme, a preparatory course for its students aspiring to get admission for professio...

Indian School Photography Club Registration

Indian School Photography Club Registration. Please click the link above to register

New Admissions Starts on 21st February 2016

** New Admissions ** Please be informed that the registration for Admission to all classes (except 10 and 12) will commence from Sunday, 21...

22.2.2016 Distribution of Hall Tickets and Model Exam Answer scripts for Classes X and XII

Distribution of Hall Tickets and Model Exam Answer scripts for Classes X and XII

3.2.2016 to 13.2.2016 Second Model Examination for Class XII

Second Model Examination for Class XII

Intensive Special Coaching Programme (ISCP) Class 11

Intensive Special Coaching Programme for class 11 in the subject of ECONOMICS has commenced on January 18 from 1:30 pm to 3 pm. The response...

Student/Parent Data Online Updation Form (Click Here)

Project Data Updation: As a part of updating all the details of Students and Parents of the Indian School in the school database, we are col...

The Indian School, Bahrain

The Indian School, Bahrain founded in the year 1950, was initiated by the efforts of the Indian community in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The school commenced its journey with a committed workforce - a Head Mistress and three staff members. 63 years of its successful existence, the school has made significant contribution towards education excellence. Today, The Indian School, Bahrain is one of the largest expatriate schools in the Arabian Gulf with strength of over 11,250 students and an enthusiastic workforce of 600 members. The school is spread over two lovely campus located at Riffa(LKG to III) and Isa Town(IV to XII). The location and the facilities available enrich the campus and set the mood for scholastic learning.


The Indian School is a CBSE affiliated school located in Bahrain. It was founded in the year 1950. The Indian School, Bahrain has around 12,000 students and is one of the largest co-ed schools in the Gulf.