Each school has around 30 classes and can accommodate over 786 students, including children with disabilities.
Eight new public schools will open their doors to the public by the end of this month, a senior education official has revealed, just days ahead of the 2022/2023 academic year.
Five of the newly built schools will start operating on August 21 for boys and girls in the preparatory and secondary stages, while the rest will open for registration soon. Each school has the capacity to accommodate 786 students this year, including 36 students with disabilities, who will be divided into six classes in each school.
The remaining 750 students will be spread out among 30 classrooms, the ministry of education’s Undersecretary Dr. Ibrahim bin Saleh al-Nuaimi explained in a statement to Qatar News Agency.