FAQs

FAQs

We start accepting on December 15th for the following school year. The application deadline is March 15th of the intended year of entry.
You can send your application online by filling out the “Online Application Form” listed in the drop-down menu of the Admissions Bar on our Website. • You can also apply for entry to any of our schools at the Nasr City Campus from Sundays- Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m

• A one-time non-refundable enrollment fee is required for all new students.
• You can either apply online as directed in Q2 or visit the school to obtain an application form.
• The form must be completed thoroughly and submitted along with other required documents.

An admission officer will meet separately with you and your parent(s) or guardian(s). The interview is an evaluative session in which you can ask questions about NIS while the admission officer gets a better sense of your academic, athletic, and artistic goals. Each interview lasts about 30 to 40 minutes.

• A completed application form
• Six (6) recent photos of the student
• An original electronic birth certificate
• One (1) photocopy of the IDs of both parents
• An original stamped academic end of year report for the two years prior to this application
• In case of mid-year transfer, an original stamped academic report from the current school is also required.
• Official transcript of high school courses and credits for students in Grades 9 to12 (For the American Program Only)

Yes we do, providing the student is not expelled from his current school and is in good academic/behavioral standing.

• A completed application form

• Six (6) recent photos of the student

• An original electronic birth certificate

• One (1) photocopy of the IDs of both parents

• An original stamped academic end of year report for the two years prior to this application

• In case of mid-year transfer, an original stamped academic report from the current school is also required.

• Official transcript of high school courses and credits for students in Grades 9 to12 (For the American Program Only)

On average, NIS receives 2000 applications yearly.
Yes you can by setting an appointment with the Admissions Office one week prior to your intended visit.
Language Support is provided by our educators, however a basic standard of English proficiency is required at the time of application.

• Pre-K: Age 3 by October
• KG1: Age 4 by October

Yes, with the exception of the 6th of October area.
Yes, the mother must be Francophone.