Doha College, one of Qatar’s most established British international schools, marked International Women’s Day this week by expressing heartfelt thanks to the women of their community and beyond, and in particular to their nurses, crisis communications team and front office staff who have been at the forefront of managing the Covid-19 pandemic within their school.
A delegation from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) made their first official visit to the new campus of Doha College, located in Al Wajba close to Education City Golf Club.
Year 8 student Ahmed Aldeeb created a website full of real-time information on Coronavirus developments and safety tips. The API (Application Programming Interface) consists of over 15,000 lines of code. It is designed in a way to retrieve data from 215 countries in almost real time.
On its 40th anniversary, Doha College heralds a new era of British international education in Qatar by opening a state-of-the-art campus in Al Wajba, that is with kitted with the latest technology designed with forward-thinking features in mind for all areas of education.
Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC), the national operator for the Eco Schools Programme in Qatar, confirmed in June 2020 that Doha College secondary school has been successfully accredited with their third green flag award.