Welcome to the International School of Creative Science, Sharjah

Admissions to International School of Creative Science are conducted on a first come first served basis in a fair manner. Admission is also based on entrance test for each year and key stage level.

If you would like to apply to ISCS please visit the school and fill in an application form click here to view the application format the school’s reception desk, which is open form Sunday to Thursday from 07:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Admission procedures for new admissions

  • Complete the application form online or at the relevant phase reception in the school
  • Submit a copy of your child’s passport copy, copy of each parent’s Emirates ID & most recent school report or (To Whom IT May Concern) letter from your child’s current school
  • Upon receipt of the application form your son/daughter will be invited for an entrance exam and interview. KG1 and KG2 children will be invited to school with their parents for an informal interview
  • Grade 1 to 10 students will be invited for computerized examination & interviews
  • Admissions to KG 1 – Grade10 throughout the year:

  • The Registration Department, along with the Senior Leadership Team, will test and evaluate applications made throughout the year on a case by case basis. Admissions will be based upon availability in the year group school/term reports and entrance test results. All other registration and administrative requirements remain the same as other Year groups and as listed above
  • Admission to Sixth Form

  • Internal and External students applying for admission to International School of Creative Science Sixth Form should refer to the Sixth Form prospectus where details of each AS/A level courses offered are outlined at length including our requirements. All other registration and administrative requirements remain the same as other Year groups and as listed above

If your application is successful and your child is offered a place you will be notified by phone or e-mail and invited to come in to complete the rest of the Admission formalities.

The following documentation will be required to secure a place for your child and must be received within one week of an offer of placement.

Admission Documents

To facilitate the Admission of your child with the Ministry of Education we require that you produce the following documents at the time of Admission to accompany the completed Application Form.

  • Copy of your child’s most recent report card or ‘To Whom It May Concern’ letter from your child’s current school.
  • Copy of each parent’s passport with valid residence visa (for expats)
  • Copy of child’s passport with unified no. (for UAE) & valid residence visa (for expats)
  • Original child’s Emirates ID card & copy of it.
  • Copy of each Parent’s Emirates ID (front and back).
  • Copy of child’s Birth Certificate.
  • Copy of Family Register (for UAE applicants only).
  • Copy of child’s Vaccination Certificate and child’s Medical file from the current school.
  • One recent coloured photographs.
  • Attested Original Transfer Certificate.
  • Attested Original End of Year School Report .
  • Admission Fee of Dhs 500 is required to be paid at the time of registration

Note: If the student is registered in any school following the British curriculum (Year System) within UAE or abroad, s/he will be registered in the same grade in our school for the following academic year.

Transferring from another school or country

If the Transfer certificate is issued in:

The UAE:

It should carry the stamp of the school as well as the Educational Zone of the Emirate certificate is issued by. The school will retain original Transfer Certificate.

GCC countries:

GCC citizens:

  • The Transfer Certificate & the report should carry the stamp of the school and be stamped by the Ministry of Education. We will retain the original school report and the transfer certificate.

Non- GCC citizens:

  • The Transfer Certificate & the report should be stamped by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of the UAE in that country. We will retain the original school report and the transfer certificate.

For any other country:

The Transfer Certificate should be stamped by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of the UAE in that country. We will retain the original transfer certificate. IN ALL CASES, the school certificates and other documentation should be in either Arabic or English. If another language is used, it must be legally translated and authenticated as with other documentation.

Please Note: It is the responsibility of the parent to provide the documents listed above, including the copies of the Resident Visa. By completing and signing the Registration Form, the parent accepts this responsibility. The school will not be held responsible if the Ministry refuses to register a child for any reason including missing documentation listed above.

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