History Of “The Martyr Asrar Al Aabandi” Bilingual School
The school was established in 1997 by the grace and encouragement of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa Al-Fahad Al-Salem Al-Sabah (the head of the Kuwait Women’s Voluntary Society for Service and Community Development). Her Highness had a great concern to enrich the school with challenging and inspirational educational philosophy. The school was named by The Martyr Asrar Al Qabandi who was executed on 13/1/1991 during the Iraqi invasion in Kuwait and buried in Al-Reqa cemetery. She contacted the Kuwaiti political leadership outside Kuwait and followed their instructions. She took an honorable stand during the occupation days with the resistance groups. May God rest her soul in peace.
MAQBS seeks to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through development – appropriate instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. Our school promotes a safe, orderly, caring and supportive environment. Each student’s self-esteem is fostered by positive relationships between students and staff. We strive to have our parents, teachers, and community members actively involved in our students learning
The vision at MAQBS is to prepare and motivate our students for a rapidly changing world by instilling in them critical thinking skills, a global perspective, and a respect for the core values of honesty, loyalty, perseverance and compassion. Students will have success for today and be prepared for tomorrow.