The SISS school year generally begins in August and finishes about the end of May. For more information, please visit the SISS school calendar here.
Yes, parents and students can book a Campus Tour or take a Virtual Tour. The school tour will be available after 4:30 PM on working days or from 8 AM to 11:45 AM every Saturday, while you can visit SISS virtually anytime here.
Students must be present in their classroom at 7:45 AM. Classes normally start at 8:10 AM and finish at 4:30 PM. After-school sports and school clubs run from 3:10 PM to 4:30 PM, from Monday to Friday.
Unfortunately, SISS does not offer early registration or reservations. The placement test results or Letter of Offer will be based on the availability of seats at that time.
Breakfast will be served at the school canteen between 7 AM – 7:45 AM. Lunch will be served between 11 AM to 12 PM every day. Snacks will be provided during the afternoon break.
You can drive your children to school; otherwise, you can register for our comprehensive school bus service.
The shuttle bus is scheduled according to the school’s schedule from Monday to Friday. The school drivers will pick up students in different districts or areas from 6 AM to 7:20 AM, and make sure they arrive at school from 8 AM to 8:10 AM.
Parents can choose either an Annual Payment, a Semester Payment, or a Termly Payment. There are 2 Semesters and 4 Terms during a school year.
Currently, SISS provides students from Prep to Year 8 with the curriculum of the International Program.
Yes. At the beginning of every school year, parents will fil out the application form, and students are required to take an Entrance Test for classification if they wish to transfer to an International Program.
Students studying the International Program cannot switch to the Bilingual Program.
International Programs result in many advantages when studying abroad, such as English proficiency, important learning skills such as presentation, critical and creative thinking, or an international mindset, as well as a diverse pathway for higher education and career development after graduation.
Depending on the requirements of each country, students may need to take some supplemental courses. However, according to the NSW program standards and the experience of students who have studied at SISS and moved to live or study abroad, they will still be able to transfer points and continue to study normally.
Graduates from programs such as IBDP, and NSW at SISS can enhance their opportunities and scholarship competitiveness when enrolling in prestigious universities worldwide. They will also not be required to take a preparatory semester for basic learning skills if they are successful in these programs.
Yes. Depending on the program and school grade of students, the Entrance Test will have different content and duration.
SISS does not charge any fees for the Entrance Test.
The Entrance Test will usually take place on Saturday and is expected to last from 2 to 3 hours (depending on the selected program). For more details, please contact the Admission Department via hotline or email.
Read more about the Entrance Test in the Admission Process.
The result will be informed to parents and students within at least 3 – 5 working days. We highly appreciate your patience and trust in SISS.
Students are encouraged to take the entrance test at the school to assess their language skills and relevant skills in subjects. We will use the outcomes of this assessment for admission and placement of your child into the educational program that is most suited to them.