Ahlul-Bayt Islamic School

High academic, citizenship, and moral standards
Safe, happy, and hard working students
Canadian | private | not-for-profit | Est. 2002
613-526-0774 | info@abischool.com
Assalaamu Alaikum (peace be upon you)

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Ahlul-Bayt Islamic School

This page contains admission information and tuition fees for new and returning students.


Admission for Returning Students

Parents need to complete one application form for each returning student.


Admission for New Students

Ahlul-Bayt Islamic School a Canadian not-for-profit institution that is open to everyone and has the same admission requirements and tuition fees for everyone, Canadian citizens and internationals residing in Canada under any legal status.
All admission information for new students is detailed in this sheet.

Junior Kindergarten (JK)

Age and Maturity Requirement
• Must be four (4) years of age on or before December 31, AND
• Must be toilet-trained, AND
• Can understand and follow simple instructions.
Students born by January 31st are placed on 5-week probation following an interview assessment to confirm that they:
• are toilet-trained, AND
• can understand and follow simple instructions.

Process
• Parents need to complete one application form for each new student.
• Student must complete an informal interview with the principal.
For international students: This interview can be done upon arrival to Canada.


Documents
• Proof of birth date for their child. A copy will be kept in the student’s Ontario Student Record file.
Acceptable documents are: Birth certificate, Birth registration form, Citizenship certificate, Passport, or any national or provincial identification document or card.

• Updated Immunization Form for the child.
• Any records of the student with their current school, daycare, or educational institution.

Senior Kindergarten (SK)

Age and Maturity Requirement
• Must be four (5) years of age on or before December 31, AND
• Must be toilet-trained, AND
• Can understand and follow simple instructions, AND
• Was previously enrolled in school (does not include daycares).
For the rest, including ones previously enrolled at daycares, they go on 5-week probation following an interview assessment to confirm that they:
• are toilet-trained, AND
• can understand and follow simple instructions, AND
• have basic knowledge of numbers, letters, and colors.

Process
• Parents need to complete one application form for each new student.
• Student must complete an informal interview with the principal.
For international students: This interview can be done upon arrival to Canada.


Documents
• Proof of birth date for their child. A copy will be kept in the student’s Ontario Student Record file.
Acceptable documents are: Birth certificate, Birth registration form, Citizenship certificate, Passport, or any national or provincial identification document or card.

• Updated Immunization Form for the child.
• Any records of the student with their current school, daycare, or educational institution.

Grades 1 - 8

Process
• Parents need to complete one application form for each new student.
• Student must pass an entrance test in English and Math. We can provide some info on this entrance test and preparation.
For international students: This test can be done upon arrival to Canada.

• Student must complete an informal interview with the principal.
For international students: This interview can be done upon arrival to Canada.


Documents
• Proof of birth date for their child. A copy will be kept in the student’s Ontario Student Record file.
Acceptable documents are: Birth certificate, Birth registration form, Citizenship certificate, Passport, or any national or provincial identification document or card.

• Updated Immunization Form for the child.
• Any records of the student with their current school, daycare, or educational institution.

Specialized Instructions

Unfortunately, our school does not have the financial or human resources to support students with Individualized Educational Plans (IEP), or those requiring specialized instructions, special educational services (ESL program), or special modifications and accommodations.


Transporation

The school does not provide busses.
Most parents make carpool arrangements among each others. We can help introduce new parents to ones who live in their neighborhood.
Some parents and non-parent individuals provide this service for a fee. We can also introduce new parents to them.


International Admissions

ABIS has the same enrollment requirments (above) for Canadian and International students.
We can issue enrollment letters to students who meet the admission requirements and pay the non-refundable admission fee of $150 per student.
The school, however, is not able to assist with any legal, immigration, or visa procedures.

Fees (2018-19)

Our fees are the same for everyone, Canadian citizens and internationals residing in Canada under any legal status.
Every cent collected from parents is spent on paying the cost of educating our students.

All fees are detailed in this sheet.