Message from The A Level's Coordinator

“ Education, knowledge and learning is a mutual responsibility between devoted teachers, motivated students and zealous parents with high expectations.”

The role of an academic institution is not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower its students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and productive members of an ever-changing global society. At the Intellect School we provide an atmosphere to our students for heterogeneous development , where students are encouraged to channelize their true potential. This can only be possible in a comprehensive, student centric environment. The abilities, skills and the achievements need to be nurtured and encouraged so that the student is able to attain the heights of achievements. The Intellect School A Levels provides them opportunities to exhibit and express their skills other than providing them with good education. The school is diligently working to make the best possible efforts to inculcate strong values combined with academics in the students. At the Intellect, academic excellence is a major thrust and because of this we have put a great deal of effort in hiring the best teachers for our students.  

Parents are the most strengthening power in constructing the future of their children. Their consistent support helps us to do our best. We humbly pay our gratitude to them for supporting us and believing in us. We strongly believe that by the will of Allah (swt), Intellect will prosper and will become stronger, adding a new leaf to the grandeur of the school.

Ms Ramla Hussain
A Levels Coordinator

MISSION

The mission of The Intellect School is to develop our students academically, spiritually and physically; thereby producing leaders who strive to bring a positive change in society.

VISION

The Intellect will serve as our flagship school to promulgate our goals and in the establishment of a network of schools within Pakistan and abroad that revolutionize education by integrating Islamic values and principles with our main stream curriculum.

Academic

  • Classes are scheduled from Monday to Friday. Extra classes, if required, will take place after regular classes end, or on Saturdays. School timings are from 7:50 AM – 2:30 PM.
  • For AS Level, there will be two quarterly assessments. First quarterly assessment will be in the month of December and the second quarterly assessments will be in February. The reporting periods are as follows:
    QuarterReporting PeriodsAssessment dates
    Q1September – November12th Dec – 20th Dec
    Q2January – February19th Feb – 29th Feb
    Mock ExaminationsSeptember – March25th March – 8th April

The curriculum has the following key features:

  • In-depth subject content
  • Promotes independent thinking
  • Provides opportunities to apply knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
  • Students are taught to

–handle and evaluate different types of information sources

–think logically and present ordered and coherent arguments

–make judgments, recommendations and decisions.

Grades Percentages
A* 90 – 100
A 80 – 89
B 70 – 79
C 60 – 69
D 50 – 59
E 40 – 49
U Less than 40
The Final Transcript for AS Level summarizes the student’s progress throughout the year.
Subjects Q1 (50 marks) Q2 (50 marks) Mock exam (100) Percentage Grade
           
  • The following actions will be deemed as direct violation of the discipline policy of the Intellect:

    • Being disrespectful towards a teacher, staff member or fellow student
    • Failure to adhere to instructions issued by a teacher or staff member
    • Uninformed absences
    • Cheating on a test, assignment or exam
    • Plagiarizing other people’s work, ideas and/or research
    • Bullying or harassing other students in any way.
    • Conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person.
    • Engaging in a physical or abusive verbal altercation with another student
    • Damaging and/or vandalizing the school’s property
    • Using foul language
    • Furnishing false information for Intellect records – grades, contact information and application data
    • Use of mobile phones inside the premises
  • Students are expected to maintain 95% attendance. All students must be in school when school is in session unless otherwise noted. If a student is late to class, it is the teacher’s discretion to mark her absent.
  • Parents will be notified if a student’s attendance is low. In certain situations, parents may be called in for a meeting to discuss absenteeism. All correspondence regarding this issue will be put in the student file.
  • Attendance statistics also appear on students’ records. Students with low attendance may face difficulty in securing admission to higher education institutions
  • Students or their parents are required to notify the management beforehand about any absences in writing.
  • If a student is sick for three days or more, a medical certificate must be obtained, and prior to returning to class, must be submitted to the administration office. If no written excuse is delivered, the absence will be noted as ‘unauthorized’.
  • Unauthorized leave may result in detention.
  • Students are advised to not schedule medical or any other appointments during school hours.
  • Students wishing to travel for Umrah, family weddings or any other purpose must notify administration well before the planned holidays.
  • In the event that a student is absent from an examination, the school must be notified as soon as possible before or on the day of the exam. An application explaining the absence must be submitted along with a medical certificate (if applicable) within 3 working days.
  • Haj absence will be excused for 30 days (Inclusive of weekends)

Co-Curricular

Motivational Talks

Our young students regularly have motivational talks which are based on further enhancement of their physical, emotional, mental health within the perimeters of their faith and deen.

Bake Sales / Carnival / Eid Milan Party

Students get to enjoy internal events such as carnivals, Eid Milan parties along with bake sales and similar events held at school.

Field Trips

Students get the opportunity to go on excursions.

Library

Our goal is understanding and exemplifying good library behaviour along with listening skills. Literature awareness is brought about through introduction of famous authors and illustrators. Children, along with learning the basic rules of library get the understanding of different elements of story such as theme, setting, plot and characters. The library is regularly updated to keep the love and excitement alive.

Science Labs

Students get the opportunity to go to the science lab where they get to do multiple activities and experiments.

Admission

Our admission procedure commences with an announcement of registration for the next academic session. Parents are provided registration dates during which they can register their child by filling in a registration form and submitting relevant documents. Parents are charged a non-refundable registration fee after which the child is eligible for an entry interview.

After the registration, students are then interviewed to gauge their eligibility for admissions. There is no formal testing for the students applying for A Levels. Admission is based jointly on interview held with parents as well as behavioural assessment of the candidate and Letter of Recommendation from the last attended institute.

After the interviews are held, parents of successful candidates are informed accordingly and are then given a deadline within which pay order must be submitted. It is only after submission of pay order that admission is finalized.

Please read the following information carefully before completing the application.

  1. The Intellect offers a two-year programme of studies; at the end of each year students sit for the University of Cambridge AS and A Level examinations.
  2. Candidates are admitted on the basis of O Level results, academic and cocurricular achievements, and recommendation from their previous institution.
  3. For the A level programme, students can opt for a minimum of three and a maximum of four A Level subjects.
  4. Subject choices are reviewed by the A level Coordinator and finalized after O Level results are submitted.
  5. Candidates applying for admission should have completed a minimum of five O Level subjects (excluding Pakistan Studies and Islamiyat) with a minimum grade of B.
  6. Candidates must submit the following supporting documents with their application:

  a)  Official school transcripts for classes IX, X and XI

  b) Official or projected O Level grades.

  c)  Recommendation from the principal of the previous school

  d) Teacher’s recommendation(s)

  e) Copies of certificates for honours, awards and commendations

  f) Three passport size colour photographs

 g)  Copies of National ID cards of both parents. (Pakistani Nationals)

 h)  Copies of first two pages of passport of both the parents or guardian. (Foreign Nationals)

7-  Candidates are responsible to ensure that their application and supporting documents are complete and submitted on time. The Intellect reserves the right to revoke admission or enrolment if any false, inaccurate or omitted information is found at any time during a student’s enrollment at The Intellect.

8-  The Admission Committee reviews all applications and its decision is final.

9-  Official O Level results must be submitted to the Admissions Office within seven days of being received by the candidate. Any significant variance from projected grades will be reviewed by the Admission Committee.

10-  The students enrolled at The Intellect cannot sit for any other examination(s) without taking written permission from the Principal.

We are currently offering the following A Level subjects – taught at the AS and A Levels:

  • SOCIOLOGY:Cambridge International AS and A Level Sociology 9699

  Ideal for students interested in society’s behaviour, patterns and historic development.

  • ECONOMICS:Cambridge International AS and A Level Economics 9708

  Ideal for those hoping to go into careers in accounting or finance. Also a good   supplement to math/science courses.

  • MATHEMATICS: Cambridge International AS and A Level Mathematics 9709.

  Essential preparation for most careers.  

  • BIOLOGY: Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology 9700 

  Ideal for students interested in pursuing Medicine, Nursing or Biological sciences.

  • CHEMISTRY: Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry 9701

  Essential for most careers in science, technology, engineering and medicine.

  • PHYSICS:Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics 9702

  Essential for most careers in science, technology, engineering and medicine.

  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE: Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language 9093

  Ideal for students who want to improve their English writing skills.

The duration of each A Level course is two academic years. A subject will be offered if a minimum of 3 students opt for it. Each student may select a minimum of three subjects and a maximum of four subjects.

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  • Students who have secured more than 8 A / A* will receive a 75% waiver in the monthly tuition fee. Students who have secured 7 or 8 A or A* will receive 50% waiver in the monthly tuition fee.
  • Students who have received scholarships are expected to maintain high standards of academic performance and discipline.
  • A scholarship may be revoked if a student fails to meet the academic and behavioural expectations.

Please note that The Intellect School does not provide transportation to its students directly. For this purpose, students are requested to avail private van services, available within premises of the school or as per their convenience.

Uniform includes:

  • White shoes with white socks.
  • Make up is not allowed in school. Moreover, jewellery is also prohibited.
  • Girls’ hair should be kept back. If long it should be tied neatly.
  • Nails should be properly trimmed. Painted nails are not allowed.

Prospectus

Book list & Notebook list

Time Table

Event Calendar