Who we are...
United Indian School, established in 1985 stands head held high in the heart of Abbassiya in Kuwait. Having carved a niche for itself in the educational arena in Kuwait, the school is one of the biggest and the best among the CBSE schools in Kuwait. Serving about 6300 students, the school seeks to provide an integrated programme in training of the intellect, body and spirit of every child under its care.
UIS is recognized by the Ministry of Education of Kuwait and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, India. It prepares students for the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE).
The medium of instruction is English with Hindi as the second language. From Class 9, French is also offered in place of Hindi. Arabic is taught from Class 1.
Mission & Vision
We at UIS seek to impart knowledge with the full conviction that true knowledge is divine and that only such knowledge will lead to the holistic development of a child.
UIS aspires to help in the process of building the character of her students by giving them strong moral values. An edifice on a strong foundation stands tall and strong when every thing around it crumbles and decays.
Therefore, we strive to lay strong foundations in the lives of our students, who will in turn enrich their communities and society at large.
Tribute to our Founder
Late Mr. Thomas Chandy MLA
(FORMER MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT GOVT. OF KERALA)
The torch has gone out of our lives,
but the light he lit will remain in every heart.
For me it has been a long journey of almost three decades, and it has been an eventful journey...
Mr. Cherian Thomas
Children are the most valuable asset of any country and their upbringing should...
Mr. Joseph Mathew C.
Education is learning about life, it's ways and is an essential tool for success. Recognition and...
Mrs. Susan Roy
These are the teachers that help and develop children to make their future better . Teachers that teaches not just the various subjects but also help them grow personally and mentally.
Staffs are there to help out with any technical part of running the school which make things easier and comfort of the students.