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Do expatriate students socialize with local students at the school? Are both groups successfully integrated into the school culture?

I feel they are. This is truly an international school with an international population. Like many other schools in the world the local population does NOT dominate, which we have found to be a blessing. The majority "third-country nationals" literally hail from every single corner of the globe. Check the school website for more info. - Oct 26, 2017
Not really. The school has such an international component, it doesn't really have any contact with other schools. Kids in the older grades compete against other international schools in sports, but I don't think that is what this question is referring to. I believe that the only way an Omani child could attend this school is if one parent was non-Omani, so the majority of kids were expats. - Apr 6, 2014