The Indian School in Tripoli is set to reopen in the first week of September, according to a report from Libya Herald.
The school, which closed during the revolution, will serve 5-10 year olds, and is expected to accommodate between 50 and 100 pupils.
Eight teachers are already in place but the school will be looking for more, said P.N. Somarajan, chairman of the school board.
New premises have been found in Suq Assabea, not far from the previous site in Fournaj.
(Source: Libya Herald)