• contact@moderngps.edu.om
  • +968 9282 8118
  • Modern Generation Private School , Street No: 9993, Mabelah South,Phase 7,P.O Box 405,P C:122, Mabelah, Sultanate of Oman
  • Admission

    Process and Procedure

    The admissions process is designed to be flexible and informative, considering your and your child’s personal needs. The steps outlined below are only a guide and may vary depending on your circumstances.

    School Visit

    The first step is typically a visit to the school/school website. This gives you the opportunity to gain further insight into the school and our community. Our admission consultant will take time to speak with you personally and guide you through the remaining steps in the process.

    Although a school visit is highly recommended, it is of course possible to submit an application form via school website.

    Placement Test

    Upon completion of registration, our admission team will contact you to discuss about the online placement test/evaluation appointment which is conducted via Google hangouts. We ask students entering the school from grade 3 and above to sit a placement test and kindergarten level, grade 1 & 2 students to attend an evaluation interview. This helps us establish your child’s strengths and learning needs, so that we can best tailor courses to support your child’s development. Should any concerns arise from testing/evaluation, we will discuss these with you personally.

    Place Confirmation

    Following the admission test, and depending on place availability, a place offer may be made. At this point, we ask for a completed application form and documentation. Following receipt of these, as well as our registration fee, the place is confirmed.

    School Records

    We also ask you to provide details of your child’s current school records or most recent reports, to gain a better understanding of your child’s progress so far in education. For the kindergarten students’, this is of course not necessary, and records are typically only requested in exceptional circumstances. For primary school children, school records are requested in all cases.