Admissions Criteria

Admission for the academic year 2022-2023 is open for MBZ City Campus only. In MBZ City Campus, the American curriculum is offered from Pre-School to Grades 12. In Grades 11 and 12, students are offered alternative pathways through the regular High School Diploma, Advanced Placement (AP), or the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Prior to registration, prospective parents and students may take an appointment to visit the school facilities.

  • Admission is open for PS-Grade 11. Applications to Grades 12 are not accepted. Students graduating from the school must have completed at least Grades 11 and 12 at the school.
  • Applicants must meet the age requirements for PS, KG, Prep and Grade 1. By September 1, the age of students applying to:
    • PS must be 3 years.
    • KG must be 4 years.
    • Prep must be 5 years.
    • Grade 1 must be 6 years.

Exceptions cannot be made to accepting any student whose age is not within the new range, including those coming from abroad. 

  • There will be no discrimination in the admission of students on the basis of nationality, ethnicity, color, or creed.
  • Students with mild to severe learning difficulties or disabilities shall be granted admission based on the student application and any further assessments and reports required by the Admissions Committee. Students with severe learning difficulties/disabilities may not be admitted if the school cannot make the provisions to meet their needs.

  • Students with chronic medical conditions (i.e., diabetes, epilepsy and asthma) shall not be denied admission unless the school is unable to provide the required support.

Applications will be processed on a first-come-first-serve basis with the following priorities for admission:

  • Children of AIS Faculty Members
  • Siblings of current AIS students
  • Former AIS students and children of former AIS students
  • All other students meeting admission requirements

Admission is limited by the seats available. If there are no vacancies in the grade level of the applicant, the applicant will be placed on a waiting list. The school will contact the parents/guardians of the applicants upon the availability of an opening.

Admission to the Students Support Services Department for students with special needs is granted based on the student application and any further assessments required by the Admissions Committee.

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