... A safe place for a child’s development

... Equipping the student to make a difference

... Equipping the student to make a difference

... Developing character and integrity

... A reliable citadel of learning

... Excellence without compromise

... Schooling our students to the top

... Education that lasts

... Developing character and integrity

... A safe place for a child’s development

Divine Wisdom International School

Excellence without Compromise

Our Policies

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Admission Policy

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Divine Wisdom International School admits students of any race, colour, gender, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programmes and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The organization does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its education policies, admission policies, athletic or other school administered programmes. The school does reserve the right to enroll and maintain enrollment of students selectively to ensure that the student can profit from our programmes using the national curriculum.

Prospective students to be admitted into our school are evaluated on the basis of their character, academics, and behavioral background. Academic evaluation is conducted by the admission committee and the student must score at least 50% average to be suitable for admission. DWIS will not accept a student who is currently suspended or expelled from another school. 

DWIS is not equipped to handle children with special learning disabilities or health issues.

An entering student’s developmental age should meet the following criteria:

Students enrolling at the pre- kindergarten level must meet age requirements of 2 years old by September 1st. Those entering into the kindergarten (KG ONE) must be 3 years of age prior to September 1st, and students entering into primary ONE must be 5 years of age prior to September 1st. To be eligible for JS ONE, the students should be 10 years old on or before September 1st and must have completed primary school programme. Admissions into other classes are available but it depends on the availability of spaces at the time of request.

To serve the best interests of the school and the families, the committee reserves the right to deny admission to any student who is evaluated as ineligible because of age, academics, character, behavioural problems, or unacceptable past conduct.

Withholding information or the deliberate misrepresentation of information on any document submitted to the school will subject the student to immediate dismissal. The school also reserves the right to withdraw a child if the parents or guardians fail to support the policies, teachers, and administrator or if the parents or guardians are uncooperative or cause disruption to the school environment or process.