The school campus has been designed by leading architects
, to maximize the potential of our generous plot in Healthcare City, adjacent to Dubai Creek. Home to over 2,000 students, including 350 international boarding places, the Swiss International Scientific School has been built to meet the highest expectations.
The school is an inspiring place for our students to learn in. Filled with natural light, our spacious classrooms, libraries and laboratories are all designed to engage your child and encourage learning.
The full campus including the Boarding Houses, Auditorium and Secondary School will be ready by 2017.
Prioritizing the well-being of students, the design of the Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai has been developed by experts in energy optimisation of buildings. SISD is an eco-friendly
campus, meeting the highest standards of energy consumption. Less cold air is circulated into our classrooms and our high natural light levels are only reinforced when necessary. Not only is this more environmentally sustainable, it’s better for your children too. A healthier and more comfortable environment will support them through their learning journey, and help them achieve their best.
We have worked with the following prestigious organisations to bring you the first ever purpose built building in a desert climate to meet Minergie standards: EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), Sorane S.A., Archilab S.A. and Minergie.
How does Minergie work?
The building is designed as a high-grade envelope with the best air tightness and the highest insulation standards, to reduce air loss as well as heat transfer, known as thermal bridge. At the same time, the light transmission is optimized to reduce electricity consumption. The building’s energy consumption will be certified at 33,9 KwH/m2/year, while a regular building will consume more than 100KwH/m2/year. For more information on the Swiss Minergie Label click here
What is the outcome?
Not only are we pioneering the development of a better educational environment, but also applying renewable and sustainable principles to fund our scholarship programmes. Thus, contributing directly to the students’ education while ensuring they benefit from a comfortable and healthy interior climate!