Muscat International School

Welcome to Muscat International School (MIS). Whether you are already a member of a school community, a prospective student or simply interested in finding out a little more about our school, I trust that you will find out what makes MIS such a special and respected school in both Muscat and Oman more.

Muscat International School

Muscat International School (MIS) was founded in 1989 and is centrally located in Qurum and was the first school in Oman to pioneer the IGCSE/A level curriculum. MIS is a private, co-educational day school, licensed by the Omani Ministry of Education to deliver the English national curriculum alongside Arabic, Islamic Studies and Social Studies from the Omani curriculum, to students of all nationalities in the KG to Grade 12 age range. MIS strives for excellence to lead in the field of educating young adults for the world of tomorrow.


STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT [PRIMARY]:

A STUDENT OF M.I.S. SHOULD EMBRACE:

  • Safety - I learn and play safely
  • Respect - I respect property, myself and others
  • Learning - I allow others to learn and enjoy learning too
  • SPECIFICALLY, STUDENTS SHOULD:

  • Try their best in all endeavours
  • Speak to one another and staff in an appropriate and respectful manner
  • Be punctual
  • Adhere to the dress code
  • Bring the correct equipment to lessons
  • Keep their homework diary in good condition and signed each week by parents
  • STUDENTS SHOULD NOT:

  • Use a phone, camera or music device in school without permission
  • Chew gum
  • STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT [SECONDARY]:

    A STUDENT OF MIS SHOULD EMBRACE:

  • Safety - Work and learn safely
  • Respect - Respect others and property
  • Learning - Learn and allow others to learn
  • SPECIFICALLY, STUDENTS SHOULD:

  • Try their best in all endeavours
  • Speak to one another and staff in an appropriate and respectful manner
  • Be punctual to school and to lessons
  • Adhere to the dress code
  • Bring the correct equipment to lessons
  • Keep their homework diary in good condition and signed each week by parents
  • STUDENTS SHOULD NOT:

  • Use a phone, camera or music device in school without permission
  • Use or carry any prohibitive substances in school
  • Chew gum