Doha Academy – A Brief History

In July 1995, The Education Trust decided to set up an Education Committee to work on the setting up of a Secondary Education Institution capable of producing academically successful devout professionals of the future with a firm grounding in moral values.

With the relentless dedication of members of the Trust and valuable sponsorship from various people, both nationally and internationally, the Secondary School project came into realisation. The laying of the foundation stone of the Doha Academy took place on 12th January 2002.  The Doha Secondary School came into operation in January 2003 and accommodated a student population of 150. The building was erected on a plot of land of approximately twenty nine thousand square metres, situated almost in the midst of the island at Eau Coulée, Curepipe. Subsequently, the Pre-Primary, Primary and Tertiary Departments were opened in 2005.

The Doha Academy is opened to all Mauritian students irrespective of his colour, creed, and religion.

The Doha Academy has four main departments with a total population of more than 3000 students.

  1. Pre-Primary (Curepipe & Port Louis)
  2. Primary (Curepipe & Port Louis)
  3. Secondary – (Curepipe & Souillac)
  4. Tertiary – (Curepipe only)