Registration

The Admissions Office is open daily Sunday-Thursday from 7:30 am until 1:30 pm throughout the school year.  Appointments are not required, with the exception of school tours which must be scheduled in advance.  We also welcome inquiries by telephone or email. FIS accepts applications throughout the school year with early registration for the next academic year during the month of May.

The statutory age for admission to first grade is determined by the Ministry of Education at the beginning of each academic year.

All applicants are required to complete an entrance examination/interview before registration.  Please see the Entrance Examination menu for more information.  Entrance examinations are by pre-scheduled appointment.

Upon successful completion of the entrance exam and parent interviews, the applicant will be invited to register.  At that time, parents are invited to use our online registration system.  To register new students, begin by clicking the following link:

http://aceuat.com/#/RegisterParent/1

After that, use the following link #2 to complete your information. Please use your email and password that you used in the first link:

http://aceuat.com/#/login/1

Click Register Student from Register menu, fill in registration information and click Save.

 

Please take note of the 3-digit registration ID generated for your student in order to give it to our Registrar. At this time, you may bring your required documents to the school and receive the Letter of Acceptance to submit to your child’s previous school in order to receive their official report cards.

 

FIRST TERM TUITION IS DUE IN FULL AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION.

For your convenience, fees may be paid by bank transfer.  Please refer to the information below:

IBAN : SA9030400108056443360011

Arab National Bank

Al Faris International School

Documentation

Previous School Records

Students applying for admission to Grade 1 until Grade 12 are required to submit their previous original school records. Once the student completes the entrance examination and is offered admission to FIS, the Admissions Office will issue a Request for Transcript Letter (RFT letter) to the parents in order for them to submit it to their previous school.

Required Documentation for New Students

After completing and submitting the signed application form, the Admissions Office will schedule an entrance examination date. Once the student passes the examination; he/she is required to pay the semester tuition/fees and submit the following required documents:

    • Completed application form
    • Photo of the applicant
    • Evidence that the applicant has successfully completed the previous year attended at a former school. This includes:
      • Original report cards of the applicant for school last attended, with certified documents for students from abroad
      • A letter of recommendation from school previously attended
    • Copy of Transfer Certificate from the school last school attended
    • Copy of birth certificate
    • Copy of vaccination certificate
    • Medical report (Please see the Downloadable Documents).
    • Copy of student’s and father’s passports
    • Saudis: copy of family ID card
    • Non-Saudis: copy of student’s and father’s iqamas
    • Introduction letter from the parent’s sponsor
    • Personal statement explaining why the student/parents wish to enroll
    • Grades 7-12 personal statement is submitted by the student
    • Grades PreK-6 personal statement is submitted by parent or guardian
    • Signed copy of “How to Survive FIS”
    • Signed copy of School Policy and Acceptance Contract
    • Original approval from the Ministry of Education
    • Equivalency approval from Ministry of Education for students transferring from outside Saudi Arabia
    • Financial clearance from the previous school

Document Certifications:

Original report cards from Grade 1 until the last grade attended are required.  In addition, students transferring from abroad or from another region within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia must be sure to get the following certifications:

Transferring from another region within Saudi Arabia:

The two most recent report cards must be stamped by the Ministry of Education in that region.

Transferring from Arab countries:

The two most recent report cards must be stamped by the Ministry of Education, the Saudi Embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in that country.

Students transferring from all other countries (U.S.A., EU, etc.):

The two most recent report cards must be stamped by the Saudi Embassy in that country.

DOCUMENTS WITHOUT THE PROPER CERTIFICATION FROM ALL REQUIRED AGENCIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

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