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We deliver the US California Common Core Curriculum along with the Next Generation Science Standards.
It is our promise to nurture and develop ambitious, committed young boys and girls, men and women, who, upon graduation, will have preserved their cultural identities and become confident intellectuals that serve as role models in the modern world today and tomorrow.
We remain fully committed to striving for excellence and to do our utmost to ensure delivery of the highest quality academics within an environment that fosters traditional values and ethos that define our credo.
Salah A. Bukhatir
Founder & Chairman
Our primary focus is to serve the American School of Creative Science – Al Layyah community and the greater community of Sharjah.
We endeavor to build a conducive learning community. We embed BEAM ethos and virtues into our everyday school life instilling a strong sense of pride.
Our vision for our students is to be global leaders who possess a strong sense and understanding of their social responsibilities. With the successes of all our sister schools in Dubai and other parts of Sharjah, ASCS instills programs, resources, excellent facilities, and caring faculty and staff.Read More
Why American School of Creative Science?
At the American School of Creative Science Al Layyah, right from the start, all departments adopt a common and thematic approach to ensure that links and knowledge are transferred between subjects. Our priority is the holistic development of the child, academically, socially, emotionally, and physically.
Health & Safety
At BEAM Creative Science Schools, students’ safety comes first. In collaboration with the UAE local authorities and health and safety partners, including disinfecting agents, we assure all our families that our premises are in full compliance with all measures to compact the spread of COVID-19.
In our efforts in keeping education safe at our schools, our academic teams provide in-person (Face-to-face), and Distance Learning education (for students who meet the exemption criteria for in-person learning) in a safe learning environment conducive to the needs of all our families.
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