Applicants seeking admission to The Asian School can buy a Prospectus from the school office on the appropriate dates. CPR of the child must be submitted to buy a Prospectus. The prospectus will contain details pertaining to the school and admission guidelines along with the Admission and Transport Application Forms. Please read the Prospectus carefully and completely before submitting applications.

Availability of Prospectus will be advertised in the Gulf Daily News.

Children who will complete the age of 4 by 31st December of the current year can apply for admission to Lower Kindergarten. Children seeking admission to Grade I should complete 6 years of age before 31st December of the current year.

The dates for submission of completed Application Forms will be mentioned in the prospectus. Completed application forms will be accepted ONLY on the mentioned dates. Photocopies of the following documents must be attached with the completed Application Form.

  • The child’s Passport (first and last pages)
  • Front and back of the child’s CPR or CPR Smartcard Data
  • The child’s Health/Immunization record issued by the Ministry of Health in Bahrain

SC/ST/OBC certificate from a competent authority who is authorized by the Government of India to issue such a certificate (if applicable)
No other documents need to be submitted.

THE ORIGINAL PASSPORT AND CPR CARD HAVE TO BE PRODUCED FOR VERIFICATION AT THE TIME OF SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION.

Since the school receives many more applications that available seats, a Draw is conducted to select applicants. An acknowledgement receipt for the Application along with a slip for the draw will be given. The Date of the Draw will be communicated when document verification is completed. The slip for the Draw needs to be deposited in appropriately marked boxes before leaving.

Applicants selected via the draw process will be intimated by the school. A list of successful applicants will also be displayed in the school on the appropriate day. Successful applicants need to collect their call letter intimating dates for Admission test and/or interview from the school office.

There is no Admission Test for LKG but there will be an interview with a Panel comprising of the Principal, Vice Principal and Director at the least. Both parents and the child must be present for the interview.

Applicants seeking admission to LKG and Grade I will need to appear for an Admission Test and then attend an interview with the Panel on the same day. The decision of the Principal will be final with regard to all matters related to admission.

If admission is granted, the full fees outlined in the Fee Structure will need to be paid immediately to guarantee admission.

Admission to Grades II and above do not happen at the same time as the lower grades. Please contact the school office to get exact dates.

The dates for submission of completed Application Forms will be mentioned in the prospectus. Completed application forms will be accepted ONLY on the mentioned dates. Photocopies of the following documents must be attached with the completed Application Form.

  • Passport and CPR
  • Transfer Certificate duly counter signed and attested by authorities mentioned in the section below
  • Vaccination details/documents obtained from the concerned govt. authorities/departments
  • Progress Report/Mark Sheet showing performance in the examinations held at the previous school
    Character & Conduct certificates
  • For admission to grades IX & X, document showing student has passed the third language examination
    SC/ST/OBC certificate from a competent authority who is authorized by the Government of India to issue such a certificate (if applicable)

No other documents need to be submitted.

THE ORIGINAL PASSPORT AND CPR CARD HAVE TO BE PRODUCED FOR VERIFICATION AT THE TIME OF SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION.

Authentications required on the Transfer Certificate for students transferring from another school (as mentioned in point number 2 above).

TRANSFER FROM SCHOOLS WITHIN THE KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN

Transfer Certificate should be attested by the Ministry of Education (Directorate of Private Education) and required permission should be obtained from the Directorate of Private Education.

TRANSFER FROM SCHOOLS IN INDIA

a) Students from CBSE Affiliated schools

  • Get the Transfer Certificate countersigned by the Officer, Regional office of CBSE
  • Attestation by a Notary of the state where the school studied in is located
  • Attestation by the Home department of the state where the school studied is located
  • Attestation by the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi

b) Students from schools not Affiliated to CBSE

  • Get the Transfer Certificate countersigned by the Officer, District Educational Office
  • Attestation by a Notary of the state where the school studied in is located
  • Attestation by the Home department of the state where the school studied is located
  • Attestation by the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi

Transfer Certificate should then be attested by the Embassy of India in Bahrain.
Embassy attestation should be authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Bahrain.
Transfer Certificate should finally be attested by the Ministry of Education (Directorate of Private Education) and required permission should be obtained from the Directorate of Private Education.

A call letter intimating dates for an Admission test and interview will be given once document verification is completed.

Students who pass in the Admission Test will then need to attend an interview with a Panel comprising of the Principal, Vice Principal and Director at the least. Both parents and the child must be present for the interview. The decision of the Principal will be final with regard to all matters related to admission.

If admission is granted, the full fees outlined in the Fee Structure will need to be paid immediately to guarantee admission.

SCHOOL TIMINGS

The class hours are from 7:40 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Parents dropping their children to school are requested to do so before 7:30 a.m. The school gates will be closed at 7:35 a.m. and late comers will not be permitted to attend their classes for the day.

Parents are informed to not drop their children to school before 7:00 a.m. and to pick up their children strictly before 2:00 p.m. Beyond these timings, the school will not be responsible for children.

As a precautionary measure of safety and to avoid confusion and chaos, children collected by their parents/guardians will not be sent out of their classrooms until buses leave the school premises.

Parents who prefer their children to commute by themselves have to complete two copies of the “Unescorted Student’s Travel Permission Form” in the School Diary and one copy must be submitted to the school.