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Evolution International School is accepting applications for the current academic year 2023-2024.

To apply, please review the Enrolment Guide for your intended academic year and the Student Registration Documents below. 

If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please contact the Student Services Department by email at or WhatsApp 01003566688. Whenever needed, the school’s representative will call you back.


Prospective students will take the CAT4 tests from the UK to assess verbal, non-verbal, mathematical, and spatial reasoning. These tests give the school a good indication of the child’s potential for learning and do not cover any prescribed curriculum material as such, the results of these tests come from the UK.

  • What kind of system do you follow?
    EVO is an IB World School and offers the gold-standard of international education at Grades 11 and 12: The IB Diploma. The IB Diploma is arguably the best qualification for university entrance in the world and means that our students can enter any university in the world, and often receive preferential admission and/or scholarships and/or university credit as a result. In order to prepare our students for the prestigious IB Diploma, the School follows an international curriculum aligned to the highest standards available. For example, the School uses the renowned Singapore Maths standards and programme for our Primary students from Grades 1 to 5. In other subject areas we use English National Curriculum, Ontario Canada standards, and others.
  • Are all your teachers Egyptian?
    Our teaching staff are primarily Egyptian nationals. All are highly qualified and trained. Most teachers have a British qualification or license called the Post-Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) and the majority have Masters Degrees in Education. All IB Diploma teachers have official IB training conducted by the IB Organization and all Montessori teachers are certified by the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) and/or the North American Montessori Center (NAMC). Several of our teachers have Doctorates.
  • What is a Montessori system?
    Montessori education is based on the belief that: All children are unique individuals They all have immense potential They want to learn and be busy The Montessori approach provides children with enduring intellectual capabilities, achieved through the framework of social and emotional learning. Montessori develops the whole child. Academics and knowledge-building are key qualities of Montessori, as is the ability to think creatively and understand the needs of others. When these fundamental skills are fostered early in life, children gain the capability to problem solve, persevere, and interact well with others in any circumstance. Montessori teachers guide children through discovery by using materials that fit their specific needs and pace. Montessori teachers are experts in child development, guiding children to learn independently and reach their unique potential. Children have the freedom to engage in their own learning experience and the Montessori teacher is there to support the child throughout this process. Montessori classrooms provide a unique and engaging learning environment. Unlike traditional classrooms, Montessori learning environments are designed to fit the specific needs of each child’s stage of development. Learning is all about the activity and independence of the child to find out what they need at each particular moment.
  • Do you have after school activities?
    We do offer a range of enriching after school activities. In addition to sports, the School offers Model United Nations, scouting, a wide range of service learning activities, Student Council, and experiential learning clubs that meet during school hours.
  • What kind of assessment test will the student take?
    All students take assessments as part of the admissions process. These assessments primarily concern language phase levels and mathematical understandings. In addition, there are interviews, observations of students performing tasks, and more. It is important that we understand all enrolling students so we can ensure that our programme will meet their needs. As a whole, the School believes that assessment is critical for measuring student progress. Teachers use assessments to help plan their lessons to make them as meaningful as possible for all students. Assessments are criterion referenced and students do not receive grades that compare them to each other. We differentiate instruction based on assessment data which works to help the success of all students.
  • Do we have a support/special needs department?
    Most learning needs can be met through differentiated instruction. For those students who have been officially diagnosed with a learning need, we first seek to address their needs through differentiated instruction. If further assistance is needed, additional support is provided.
  • Does the school provide a bus service?
    The School provides bus services for many areas of Cairo.
  • Does the school accept mid-year transfers?
    The School accepts transfer students through mid-October even if they have not attended another school during the school year. Transfer students are accepted after this, as long as they have completed at least one full term in a previous school and can provide appropriate records and successfully complete admissions assessments. These cases are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
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