JAS Admissions Waiting Lists
Listed below are the waiting lists for the current and coming Academic Years.
GREEN – A small amount of places are/or are expected to be available.
AMBER – Waitlist only – These year groups are full and waiting lists are moderate.
RED – Waitlist only – These year groups are full and waiting lists are long.
JAS gives priority to applicants with Corporate Debentures or siblings of existing students followed by all students by date of application. If you have any queries regarding the waiting lists please contact the admissions teams directly to discuss your application.
As Dubai is a transitory place do check this page on a regular basis as lists are updated frequently.
How to apply
The applications procedure for JAS follows strict guidelines as laid down by the KHDA. Priority is given to applicants who have a Corporate Debenture, followed by those who have a sibling at JAS. All remaining applicants are placed on our waiting lists by date of registration.
Should you wish to apply to JAS for a place for your child please complete the Application form https://jebelalischool.org/admissions-forms/ . Once complete the 500DHS registration fee can be paid by cash or cheque at the school or via bank transfer. Our bank account details can be found here https://jebelalischool.org/our-fees/
When you have paid the registration fee please email your completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Admissions team will confirm receipt of your application and that your child has been placed on the appropriate waiting list.
Please keep in touch with the Admissions Team to avoid being removed from our lists. As your application progresses and your child moves up on the lists our Admissions team will be in touch to arrange an evaluation. Evaluations can take place at our Campus if your child is currently in another school in the UAE or remotely if you are relocating to Dubai.
Jebel Ali School (JAS) follows, across both the Primary and Secondary schools, an adapted version of the National Curriculum for England and its associated entry evaluation procedures and processes. The school offers GCSE courses in the Secondary School and is planning to offer A Levels in the Sixth Form (Post 16).
We have gained a reputation over the last forty years of consistently providing quality education resulting in outstanding academic outcomes in a caring environment.
JAS embraces the concept of inclusivity and subscribes to Federal Law 29 governing admission to schools. A link to the Dubai Inclusive Policy framework can be found here: