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Admission Policy
Admission Policy
Aljazari International Schools of Science and Technology welcomes international students to its community. The admissions policy outlines the guidelines it will follow in admissions. The school welcomes students from different ethnic groups, backgrounds and beliefs. The school will enroll students for which it has the means to support emotionally, socially, physically and cognitively.
Rationale
Families will seek enrollment for their children if they support the development of the school through their adherence to its mission, vision and goals.
The school aims to provide students with academic learning opportunities, appropriate social skills and emotional health.
The school will require official records of attainment and other relevant documents such as academic transcripts, confidential reports, and health records from previous schools and doctors.
Admissions decisions are considered in the light of: the best interest of the applicant, the best interests of the student body as a whole, Ministry regulations and Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology’s admission procedures. Final decisions are ratified by the school Director after consultation with the Head of School in non-standard cases.
Guidelines
  • Families contact the Admissions Officer to verify eligibility, visit the school’s facilities, and examine and discuss the mission, vision and goals of the school.
  • At application for enrolment (and prior to the student beginning in school), the school requires official academic records and other relevant school documents from previous schools.
  • Students’ special learning requirements must be declared at registration by the parents, including English language proficiency of the student/s whose first language is not English.
  • Any health and/or learning disabilities must be declared at registration by the parents, e.g.; hearing or vision issues, or any other medical developmental or psychological conditions. All records from previous schools/ psychologists/ doctors must be submitted where a health / learning disability issue exists. All reports are required in English. Official translation is the responsibility of the parent. The school reserves the right to forfeit enrollment of any student where a full disclosure of information was not provided at registration (in alignment with number 3, and 4 in this section).
  • Students will be expected to have achieved a satisfactory grade level standard at their previous school. Students may be asked to sit for an interview with a teacher and / or take subject placement tests. For admission into (Grades 6-12) students will be expected to have a GPA of a minimum equivalent of 70% in previous school.
  • The families will be appraised of the school’s policies by the Principals, particularly those related to student behavior, reporting ill-health and consequent absence from school, the personal appearance/dress codes for students, homework and professional protocols (home-school communications).
  • Each new student application is subject to a non-refundable application fee. However, the placement fee or tuition payment should not be made until after admission is granted/confirmed. If payment was made prior to confirmation of admission but the student’s admission is not approved by the school principal, it will be returned fully minus bank service charges.
  • Enrolled students and their parents understand and accept all policies enforced by Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology.
  • No single enrollment should be at the detriment of other students.
Registration Process
Parents, who wish to enroll their children at Aljazari International Schools of Science and Technology, please fill the online candidate registration form or pre-registration form by coming to the school. Parents who want to make their final registration to our school come to the school with the documents requested below and sign the candidate registration form. Diagnostic exam is given to all students in the grades 3 through 11
*Documents required for registration
Student Health Report
Last 2 years transcript or transcript (For high school students)
Last 2-year transcript for students from abroad or equivalence certificate approved by the Provincial Ministry of National Education for transcript (For high school students)
4 passport size photographs of the student (hard copy)
One passport photo of the mother and father
Identity copy of mother, father and student
Residence certificate of the parent who will complete the registration process
Custody Certificate If Parent Divorced
*Additional documents required for the international school
Passport copies of family members
Residence / work permit information
*Forms Required for Registration:
Participation agreement for out-of-school activities
Student Drug Use Form
Registration Agreement
Information Letter Regarding Registration Procedures and Cancellation
You can download the following forms
Student Application
Clarification Statement
Student Registration
Clarification Statement
Parent/Guardian Clarification
Statement and Explicit Consent
Student Questionnaire
Form (by guardian)
Promotion Programs
Our school promotion programs for preschool, primary and secondary school levels are organized every February. High school promotion programs are carried out in March. Participation in school promotion programs is done by filling out the form or by making an appointment by phone. Parents who want to visit our campuses, other than school promotion programs, need to fill in the Form or make an appointment by calling on the phone. Every year, in February and March, scholarship exams are organized in two different categories: academic and talent.
School Admissions Policies
Preschool, Primary School 1st and 2nd Grade:
Preliminary interviews are made by the psychological counselor and guidance unit for the pre-enrolled kindergarten, primary school 1 and 2 grade students and the relevant tests are applied. During the registration process, the order of applications is taken into consideration. The result of the report is shared with the family regardless of the student enrollment status.
Intermediate Classes Student Admission:
Within the quota, elementary school (3 and 4) and middle school (5, 6, 7 and 8) grade students and English language exam are held. In addition, interviews and related personality tests are applied by the psychological counseling and guidance unit. During the registration process, the order of applications is taken into consideration. The result of the report is shared with the family regardless of the student enrollment status..
High School 9th Grade:
In the transition to high school, priority is given to our 8th grade students, and at the end of the fall semester, a transition to high school is given to our students. Our students who pass a passing grade continue from 9th grade in high school. For students who graduate from different schools at home or abroad, a leveling and English language exam is given. In addition, interviews and related personality tests are applied by the psychological counseling and guidance unit. According to the quota status, registration is made by taking into consideration the order of application. The result of the report is shared with the family regardless of the student enrollment status. The student is expected to add their relevant certificates to the registration file in any field with a detailed transcript document (if any).
High School 10th, 11th and 12th Grade:
Within the quota, a level determination and English language exam are conducted for high school 10, 11 and 12th grade students. In addition, interviews and related personality tests are applied by the psychological counseling and guidance unit. During the registration process, the order of applications is taken into consideration. The result of the report is shared with the family regardless of the student enrollment status. The student is expected to add their relevant certificates to the registration file in any field with a detailed transcript document (if any).
Students with Special Learning Needs
In the transition to high school, priority is given to our 8th grade students, and at the end of the fall semester, a transition to high school is given to our students. Our students who pass a passing grade continue from 9th grade in high school. For students who graduate from different schools at home or abroad, a leveling and English language exam is given. In addition, interviews and related personality tests are applied by the psychological counseling and guidance unit. According to the quota status, registration is made by taking into consideration the order of application. The result of the report is shared with the family regardless of the student enrollment status. The student is expected to add their relevant certificates to the registration file in any field with a detailed transcript document (if any).
Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology will only admit a student, for whom it has the resources, expertise and facilities to provide an education which conforms to acceptable practice resulting in meaningful and appropriate progress in cognitive, physical, social and emotional needs. No single enrolment should be at the detriment to the whole class.

Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology seeks to accommodate a variety of abilities and needs; however, the school does not automatically provide registration for students with identified learning disabilities where specialist staffing or support is required. Students with mild learning difficulties can be catered for in a standard classroom with the assistance of the Student Support Team (SST).

The programs cater to student needs through English Development Program (EDP), Learning Support, and Counseling.

Identified Learning Disability – a student who has been professionally assessed and diagnosed with a disability (social, emotional, academic) requiring specific treatment and schooling.

Learning Difficulty – a student who is finding learning difficult, requiring a wider range of methodologies to obtain success. When a student with a learning disability is applying for admission, it is essential that the parents provide all medical, psychological, and/or educational reports and the Individual Education Plan in English.
Students with Health Needs
Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology will only admit a student for whom it has the medical resources, expertise, facilities and ability to provide a safe environment. All admissions involving a student with health needs, will be on a case by case basis, requiring additional documentation and pre-consultations with the Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology medical unit. All admitted students with health needs will have their situation monitored and reviewed on a regular basis
English Development Program Integration
Students for whom English is not the primary language need to be provided with the necessary support to develop and function successfully in the English Language in both the social and academic domains. Entering students will be assessed prior to placement into the English Development Program and will be provided with English language support at their language level (Category System) and for a period of time deemed necessary by the school.
English Development Program
Students placed into:

Development Support One – the highest level of support provides additional English Development Program classes in the place of a Modern Foreign Language.

Development Support Two – mid-level support provides English Development support within classes (inclusion) along with small group support (withdrawal) while participating in a Modern Foreign Language.

Development Support Three – minimal level of support is provided in class by teachers with support from the Student Support Team.
Class Sizes
A maximum of 18/18 students into the (KG1 / KG2 classes respectively).

A maximum of 22 students into Grades 1-4 classes.

A maximum of 24 students into Grades 5-12 classes.
Early Childhood Centre Enrolments
  • The minimum class size for a class to operate is 10 students.
  • Parents or caretakers are expected to bring and pick-up their children for the first two weeks of school
  • Children need to be toilet trained, i.e able to identify when they need to go to the toilet and be able to request this.
  • Criteria for admission to a full time place:
    • Child settles after a short period of time, even if initially upset.
    • Child is willing to be part of a group and share attention of adults
    • Child is willing to be with different members of teaching and support staff
    • Child attempts to be independent in dressing and toileting.
  • We have a “drop and go” procedure for caregivers and parents dropping children to school. This means that students must be brought to school and left in the care of the teacher and/or teaching assistant in the minimal time possible. We are seeking to avoid lengthy goodbyes so that students can settle into the classroom environment as soon as possible. The beginning of the school day is very important when settling children. It is therefore essential that children arrive on time so that they can develop class routines as quickly as possible – this will give them a sense of security and normalcy.
  • Parents will be informed of these arrangements during the admissions process- admission will be conditional on them accepting these arrangements..
Student Placement – Academic Year 2020 / 2021:
Children entering the EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER (KG1 and KG2) and GRADE 1 in PRIMARY SCHOOL will be placed according to their year of birth:
KG1
(Children born in year 2016)
4 years old by 31 December 2020
KG2
(Children born in year 2015)
5 years old by 31 December 2020
Grade 1
(Children born in year 2014)
6 years old by 31 December 2020
New student placements for Grade 2 through Grade 9 will be made on the basis of the child’s previous educational records and the assessment of the School.

Entry into Grades 10-11-12 will be considered on a case by case basis.

The initial placement is tentative and the school may reassess placement after the child’s abilities have been thoroughly observed in class or through additional testing.
Important Notes:
  • Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology Academic Year runs from September to June with one school year completed in 10 months.
  • Students entering Aljazari International Schools of science and Technology after the school year starts must submit their current grade progress reports/ transcripts for placement in the same grade level of their previous school.
  • Students that apply for admission in the second half of the school year (January-June) and come from schools that follow the Southern Hemisphere school year calendar (such as Korea, Japan, Australia, etc.) are placed in the same grade level that they have recently completed (as of end December/ January/ February). They will start the next grade level in September, at the beginning of the next academic year.
  • Students that apply to High School (9-12) without a proficient level of English will not be enrolled.
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We welcome you to our campuses to visit our school and meet our education staff. During the visiting hours, you can visit our classes, workshops, JazariLabs, libraries and support service offices. Authorized names from our education staff are available for your questions and suggestions after the school tour. To get to know the Aljazari family more closely, you can make an appointment by filling out the tour form.
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Happy & Competent Children


Individuals whose basic needs, as defined per Maslow's hierarchy of needs, are met, form the essence of a value-centered personality while realizing their full potential.

One-to-one interaction with the child during the preschool phase, which is the stage of self-discovery, is of great importance for their personality development.

Being aware of this, Al-Jazari International School considers each student as a gifted individual carrying an endless potential within.

It is our basic practice to give children the opportunity to learn while playing according to their own respective developmental stages and we consider it extremely important for the upbringing of both mentally and physically healthy future generations.

According to our school's most fundamental approach, the teacher represents a guide during the learning process. Recognizing that children have different ways of expressing themselves, we aim to make our students happy individuals who are aware of how they choose to express their thoughts and feelings whether through singing, painting, sculpture, dance, vocal expression and music activities.

This way, arts and sports are highlighted in our school throughout the learning process, which is supported by education and training.

We support the development of personality with the aim of helping our students to be successful individuals, to be able to make their own decisions, to plan their studies and choose their own goals, to work effectively whether individually or in groups andto produce practical solutions when facing problems.