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Orient Islamic School

Orient Islamic School
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Location
Durban, Kwa-ZuluNatal, South Africa
Information
Type Private school
Established 1959
Locale Urban
Exam board IEB
Grades R–12
Number of students 800
School color(s) White, Dark Blue and Gray
Website

Orient Islamic School is an independent Muslim school situated in Greyville, Durban, South Africa.

Orient School is part of the Orient Islamic Educational Institute that was established in 1938. The school was established in 1959 as a state-aided school. In 1998 the school shifted itself into an independent School.

The school currently offers the matriculation through the National Senior Certificate. It caters for learners from Grade R-12.

Staff

Staff include a diverse team. Amongst the reputable teachers at the school were/are:

  • Ml. AR Khan (Islamic Studies)
  • Mr. YI Patel (Mathematics)
  • Mr. N Govender (Afrikaans)
  • Mr AK Adam(Mathematics)
  • Mr. A Shaik (Mathematics)

Memberships

  • Association of Muslim Schools[1]

References

  1. ^ Association of Muslim Schools (SA)

External links

  • Orient School official site

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