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Philippine School Doha Opens New Campus at Abu Hamour

For mommies and daddies out there in Abu Hamour, Rejoice! The new campus of Philippine School Doha has just opened its doors to more than 4,000 students that it can accommodate in its newly constructed buildings.

According to the administrators of the school, this project is worth more than QR123 million. Philippine Ambassador Wilfredo Santos said that PSD is the first Philippines Science School in the Middle East. He also said that this opening marks the beginning of a new chapter in the institution’s history which has been renting buildings for the last 24 years of its operation.

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    PSD Foundation Day Celebration ©PSD Website

New Campus, New Beginning  

The Department of Education officials from the Philippines have set a visit to inspect the campus which was planned to be renamed Philippine Science School of Doha on its opening day, according to PSD Principal Dr. Alexander Acosta.

School officials created a master plan that will make the school catch up, if not equal, with established expatriate schools in the region with their excellence in the educational system. Parents can be assured that their children will receive the best education from PSD with its up-to-date facilities and well-equipped teachers.

    The New Campus of Philippine School Doha ©PSD Website

The School Facilities

Constructed in 14,375sqm lot in Abu Hamour, the newly opened campus has more than 130 classrooms.  It is furnished with advanced facilities to cater to the needs of the students. It also showcases fully equipped laboratories, gymnasium that can accommodate more than 3,000 people, libraries, a speech lab, an audio visual room and swimming pool that will prove to add and encourage effective modes of learning for the students of PSD.

PSD and Its Humble Beginnings

Student Support Service of PSD ©PSD Website

Philippines School Doha opened its doors in October 1992 with only 33 students in a rented building in Doha. Duly registered as Philippine School in Doha, Inc., this institution has come a long way with its almost 4,000 enrollees at present. And this opening of new campus signifies a greater future that awaits the school and its students.

Edgar V. Bondoc, PSD-BOT Chairman said that “The permanent school building of PSSD is erected as a symbol of the united and shared vision of its founding parents.” “An edifice where the spring of knowledge and wisdom flows where the seat of Filipino culture and values emerges and where the legacy of service and excellence remains. It’s time to concretize the vision. It’s time to leave a legacy to the Filipino students in Qatar.”

What wonderful words to inspire the students to never stop reaching for success, and the parents to continue supporting the institution and its vision.

 




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