MIS welcomes boys and girls of all nationalities and religions. Students will need to demonstrate that they are able to meet the standard required to access the curriculum as well as work cooperatively to ensure the success of everyone.
Application for admission is ongoing as long as we have positions available in the classes.
MIS Admissions Office requires official copies (in English) of the candidate’s last three years academic records. Any other documents relating to the candidate’s academic / behavioral / medical background should be submitted in order for MIS to ensure candidate’s successful participation in all aspects of life at MIS.
Admission for the Early Years (Nursery and Kindergarten) will be based exclusively on the age of the child and the school assessment. Admission to Years 1 through 11 will be based on MIS admissions assessment in English and Mathematics and an interview senior staff and a review of the student’s records.
Admission for Years 12 and 13 will be based on the grades attained up to the age of 16, an interview with the senior staff and the results of the MIS English and Mathematics admissions assessments.
Parents contact the Admissions Office (Tel: 95-1-558115-8, 558109) or email email@example.com for an appointment to visit the school. The Admissions Office is open throughout the school year, Monday to Friday, except during public holidays.
Candidate students and their parents are given a tour of the school and information regarding the school’s programmes; there is an opportunity to meet a senior member of staff to ask any questions.
Admission to Nursery and Kindergarten classes is based on the age of the child (Nursery 3-4 years, Kindergarten 4-5 years) and their readiness for school life at MIS, especially with their social, fine motor and English language skills.
Admission to Years 1-13 is based on:
The following documentation is required for all candidate students:
The Enrollment procedure followed by MIS is as follows:
Each student’s progress in all aspects of school life is monitored during the first quarter of his or her enrollment to ensure he or she is meeting required standards.
If any concerns are expressed regarding progress, the school provides extra support for the student in their academic work, and appropriate counseling.
Should it be determined at the end of the provisional period that the year level placement at admission needs adjustment, MIS reserves the right to make the appropriate change.
MIS has the right to discontinue enrollment should it be determined, at any time during a student’s enrollment, that they are not meeting the required standards in any aspect of school life. Parents are informed before any discontinuation of enrollment and a conference is called.