There are several education institutions with the name Rosary Sisters School. They seem to be independent schools that share similar goals. No formal ties or centralized organization is described on their websites. This page provides reference materials for each of the prominent schools of that name listed by location in alphabetical order.
The Rosary School in Abu Dhabi school does not include “Sisters” in the title, but the mission seems to be similar to the others listed on this page. The following description of the Rosary School is from the EdArabia website. [Source]
The world of education has changed dramatically ever since Rosary School first opened its doors to the U.A.E. community in 1969. However, our objective remains the same: to produce a generation of lifelong learners who are tolerant and compassionate; individuals who respect the culture, values and heritage of the U.A.E. Rosary is keen on developing individuals who are proud of their identity and heritage, able to assess their present, to create a better future. In this respect we focus on incorporating National Identity, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Business Leadership and Innovation in the school curriculum.
With the best interest of our students in mind, Rosary School strives to stay abreast with the latest global trends in education to ensure that all students are equipped with the necessary skills to be successful in anything they undertake. To quote the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan (may God have mercy upon him), the founding father of the United Arab Emirates, “The real asset of any advanced nation is its people, especially the educated ones, and the prosperity and success of the people are measured by the standard of their education.”
Amman – Jordan
The videos below are from 25-28 Sep 2023 of an event at the school.
In the video below from 2019, the principal of the Rosary Sisters School explains their mission and how the sisters have helped students recover from war and plan for a better future.
The description to the video above describes an affiliation with CNEWA and the Gaza Rosary Sisters School:
In 1926, Pope Pius XI founded Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA) to help the churches of the East and people in need. Under Pope Francis, we’re continuing that mission across the Middle East, Northeast Africa, India and Eastern Europe. Working with local churches — and thousands of devoted priests, sisters and lay workers — CNEWA is devoted to easing the suffering of the poor and displaced. And as we do, we’re helping to sow the seeds of peace.
Rosary Sisters’ High School, a Catholic educational institution, was established in the city of Jerusalem in 1964 by Rosary Sisters’ Congregation. The mission of the Rosary Sisters’ High School is to serve the community of Jerusalem and its suburbs by providing quality education to students from all backgrounds. Among the highest priorities of the Rosary is to graduate well-educated individuals along with fostering tolerance and above all respect and acceptance of “the other.” [Source]
The video below is an example of enthusiastic intercultural activities available at the school in Jerusalem.