1. Before registering, the student must take and pass the School Interview (KG) / Entrance Exam (Grade 1-5) / Interview+Entrance Exam (Grade 6-11, Grade 9/10 IGCSE and Grade 11 IBDP).
To schedule an appointment, please contact us at 00973-17595252 (landline), 32016633 (WhatsApp).
School Interview / Entrance Exam (KG – Grade 1-5) will be held at Al Rawabi Private School – Primary Building, Interview/Entrance Exam (Grade 6-11) will be held at Al Rawabi Middle and High School Building.

Please kindly bring copy of the Student’s CPR and First Term Report Card at the time of Entrance Test/Interview for Grade 2-11 students.

2. After passing the interview/test, submit the COMPLETE required documents with the filled-up registration form available in the School Admission Department, or by download – see below. 
Note: Incomplete documents (including medical report for health concerns) will not be accepted.

3. To confirm the registration, please pay the registration fees and learning resources fee (amount depends on the grade) in the Accounts Department at the school. Please click this link to see School Fees –

4. For further information please contact the Admission Department or send your inquiry to

5. Please note that failure to submit School Transfer Documents (good conduct certificate / last report card / transfer letter from previous school) before 26th June 2024, will put the registration on-hold. The student is not allowed start attending school.

6. The parents are required to complete the Ministry of Education Online Student School Transfer for Grade 2 – Grade 11 students by logging in to

Please click this link to see new students registration flow chart.

Note: Please refer to admission policies and procedures for more information.

Download Registration Forms:

Download Health Reports:

AL RAWABI PRIVATE SCHOOL was established in 1997 with 25 Kindergarten students in a small villa in Grnata, Kingdom of Bahrain. Today, AL RAWABI PRIVATE SCHOOL provides high quality education at an affordable cost for nearly two thousand students. We believe that the aim of education should be to promote a balanced development of the mental, emotional, physical, social, moral and spiritual aspects of our children.