At American German School we believe in providing our students with a safe, nurturing, and active environment. We encourage our students to reach their full potential while being responsible, independent, and life-long learners. Every child will have an equal opportunity to learn and have equal access to teaching and educational resources.
Prospective students will be admitted if they will benefit from being registered at American German School.
All students must take an entrance examination to determine whether they can be enrolled. Placement of students will be based on the student’s previous records, oral interview, writing sample, and assessment administered by the AGS (American German School). Successful candidates must achieve appropriate grade level scores. Entrance assessments are administered for entry at all grade levels,
Placement is based on age appropriateness, a developmental checklist of age-appropriate abilities, and an interview with the parents and the child. We shall only cater to children who are toilet trained. No prior knowledge of the English/German languages is required.
The composite score on the test administered by AGS. Potential students cannot be more than one grade level below the grade level to which they are seeking placement. A writing sample will be required for all students seeking admittance to grades 2 through 5.
The composite score on the test administered by AGS cannot be more than two grade levels below the grade level to which the student is seeking placement. A writing sample will be required for all students.
The composite score on the test administered by AGS cannot be more than two grade levels below the grade level to which the student is seeking placement. A writing sample will be required for all students. Grade placements will also be determined by the number of credits that AGS accepts from previous schools. Any students will have to have a minimum level of proficiency in the German language or must sign an agreement that they will be responsible to take extra German language course externally to reach the minimum level required to successfully complete course requirements for each year.
AGS will not accept 12th-grade students unless they attended an American Curriculum school prior to enrolling and can fulfill all graduation requirements.
All potential students from Grade 2 upwards must submit a certified and sealed Academic and Behavior Report from their previous school.
AGS reserves the right to accept or deny applicants based on AGS’s assessment of the student’s needs and AGS’s ability to meet them. The American German School does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, or national origin and seeks to admit all qualified students who apply.
6.Registration is only complete once all the required documents are submitted, including health records, previous school transcripts, and a non-refundable/non-transferable deposit of KD100.