Thank you for taking an interest in
Green Land – Pré Vert International Schools (GPIS-Egypt). Founded in 1994, GPIS is the only school in Egypt to offer the three IB programmes
(PYP, MYP and DP) of the world- renowned International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) in two languages: English and French.
We are very proud to offer our students, of all nationalities, a quality international education in English and in French within a quality management system conforming to international standards of quality management ISO 9001 from the British Standard Institute.
GPIS respects and develops the students’ national identities and prepares them with the skills and knowledge needed to contribute in making the world a better place.
Looking forward to welcoming you to our community,
N.B.: This page was designed specifically to facilitate the admissions’ process by conveniently bringing together all information relating to the admissions process in one place.
GPIS cordially invites you to its open day, on Monday 6 April 2015, from 10:30am – 1pm at the Zayed Campus. The open day program will include a tour of the school premises, class visits, a coffee break and PYP/MYP information sessions.
1- Submit an online application on the following link
Parents may complete a written application in person at the schools or nurseries premises.
2- The parents are contacted within 48h to set a student assessment date.
3- The student interview takes place at the agreed date and will consist of:
a- An oral interview with the student.
b- Written examination in English/French, Arabic and Mathematics.
4- Following the student assessment (oral/written), the school will contact parents to announce the student’s results. If the student is accepted, parents will be invited to a parents’ interview.
5- The parents’ interview takes place at the agreed date.
6- The school’s final decision is communicated to parents within five working days.
7- If the student is accepted, the parents will then be required to provide further documents and certificates (to be announced at the time of the final decision) and pay the first installment of the school fees.
For students in a non-IBO school, kindly follow this link for more information about equivalent classes at our school.
To achieve its mission of making the world a better place and to develop future leaders, Green Land – Pré Vert International School was the first school in the Middle East to offer scholarships for gifted students. In March 2000, the school offered seven scholarships for the most-talented, most-successful applicants in both the English and French sections. Since then, the school has been offering scholarships for outstanding students every year. GPIS scholarships are awarded to students with a proven track of academic excellence and a personality that shows they are strong inquirers, thinkers, communicators, risk-takers as well as knowledgeable, principled, open-minded, caring, balanced and reflective learners.
The student applying to the scholarship must satisfy the following criteria to be considered for the scholarship program:
- Enrollment in a private language/International (French or English) school.
- Have a remarkable and well balanced personality, while being an independent learner
- Athletic or artistic talents are value added.
- Be one of the best students in his class during the past 2 years
- Reflects the IB learner profile
This school year (2015-2016), Green Land – Pré Vert International Schools (GPIS) board decided to offer several scholarships for MYP students –Grade 6 to Grade 10– (English section in Zayed Campus- English and French sections in Giza Campus) and PYP students –Grade 4– (French section in Zayed Campus): The scholarship is renewable, in case the student continues achieving excellent results and demonstrates disciplined behavior. This scholarship consists in a 25% to 100 % reduction in the school tuition fees. This reduction excludes service fees (e.g. bus fees, books...) which are paid in full.
The following documents should be presented while applying for the scholarship:
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
2. The student's assessment report (last 2 years)
4. Six personal recent photos.
- In case of acceptance, a recommendation letter will be requested from your child’s current school.
The school reserves the right to refuse any of the candidates without presenting any justification, before the exam starts.