Admissions are open to all the children in Bahrain subject to vacancies in the school on the first come first serve basis. Application forms for admissions into the school may be obtained from the Secretary at the school office in Isa Town, Bahrain. Admission forms duty filled and completed in all respects should be submitted to the school office. Entry into school admission may be granted at all times subject to the discretion of the Principal and the Board of Trustees.
The management has the right to decide on all admissions of the school .A candidate who joins fresh from home or from a private school,as a rule, has to produce a BIRTH CERTIFICATE. The date of birth entered in the admission form should be mentioned in the birth certificate.
A candidate who has attended any recognized school cannot be admitted without a LEAVING CERTIFICATE from that school.
The initial step for admission in Pakistan Urdu School is registration by a visit or a phone call by the parents. Parents are supposed to submit a photocopy of CPR (for age verification). During the registration process the student is given syllabus for the admission test.
A fee of BD. 10 is charged for application/prospectus and admission test fee which should be paid before the test can be taken. The time and date of the admission test is notified to the students through a phone call from the admission office. After the assessment of the test the school informs the parents about the result. If selected, they are requested to come to the school with the following documents:
- Duly filled in admission form.
- CPR. of the student and parents (photo copies).
- Passport of the student and parents (photo copies).
- Birth Certificate of the student (photo copy).
- Vaccination card of the student.
- Original school leaving certificate from the previous school.
- Four recent passport size photos of the student .
If any of the above documents is not provided, admission cannot be granted.
Admissions are open for Primary and Middle sections from February to March every year.
The school has classes up till the 12th standard. The Board exams are held once a year under the supervision of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad (FBISE). The school management has emphasized that it provides an outlook into the Pakistani culture and traditions, but the feeling is not mutual with the Pakistani community in Bahrain. Although the school's popularity has been in a steady decline during the last few decades, it still attracts more students than the embassy school. The standard of education is English. The school attracts students from other nationalities as well and gives them optional subjects to choose from
The school is affiliated to the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE), Islamabad.