About the School

The Asian School is a privately owned secular co-educational institution officially opened on the 11th of May 1983 with the approval of the Ministry of Education, Kingdom of Bahrain. The institution was upgraded to the Secondary level in July 1992 and Senior Secondary level in December 2016. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi and has a strength of around 4600 students from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

The school is located in a sprawling 10.75 acre campus at Tubli. The school building has a built-up area of 16,000 sqm. with 133 classrooms. The school is also home to the 2000 sqm. multi-purpose Dr. Abdul Kalam Memorial Auditorium, one of the biggest in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The school also has a regulation size football ground and a basketball and tennis court built to international standards.

The school has sent more than 20 batches of students to the All India Secondary School Certificate Examination conducted by the CBSE and all the batches have graduated with excellent results.


The school logo has a lamp positioned above an open book. The lighted lamp is symbolic of illumination and dispelling darkness. The book symbolizes knowledge which is the source of enrichment for the mind. The school is a fount of knowledge that provides learning coupled with enlightenment thus expelling the darkness of ignorance. The light promises moral, social and economic well-being. The emblem reflects our endless pursuit of knowledge, and the creation and dissemination of it.

The school unflinchingly strives to keep alive its motto:



The Asian School works in solidarity with parents, students and the community to provide a safe, nurturing and inspiring learning environment with meaningful learning experiences that meet the highest educational and ethical standards in order to empower every child to become a life-long learner and a responsible, productive, and engaged citizen of the world.


The Asian School will endeavor to

  • educate our children to have active, creative minds with an attitude of enquiry, have a sense of understanding and compassion for others and instil the courage to act on this conviction

  • develop the overall personality of the child; spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional and physical

  • recognize the individuality of the child; that each child is unique, creative, needs to succeed and be respected

  • inculcate values in our children by providing value based education so that the child is advantageously positioned to act with integrity, thoughtfulness and humane qualities

  • develop global citizens capable of succeeding in a world with ever widening horizons


Lead, Kindly Light,

Amid th’encircling gloom,

Lead Thou me on!

The night is dark,

And I am far from home;

Lead Thou me on!

Keep Thou my feet;

I do not ask to see, the distant scene;

One step enough for me.

I was not e-ver thus,

Nor prayed that Thou

Shouldst lead me on;

I loved to choose, and see my path;

But now lead Thou me on!

I loved the garish day,

And, spite of fears, pride ruled my will.

Remember not past years!

Lead, Kindly Light,

Amid th’encircling gloom,

Lead Thou me on!