Welcome to KAS

The Khartoum American School continues to provide an excellent high quality education for all its students. For 60 years our qualified and experienced staff have developed a caring family tradition that challenges students academically and prepares them ethically and socially for a modern global world.

Our American curriculum is based on learning through inquiry. From nursery to grade 12 our students study in well-resourced facilities. Educating the whole child is important at KAS. Classroom and specialist teachers engage students in a wide range of academic subjects including the arts and physical education. We provide excellent help to students through our student support services program.

The KAS mission: “Khartoum American School provides an outstanding learning environment to promote an open, inclusive, and student centered program. We are devoted to fostering educational growth and development for our internationally diverse student body.” We embody our mission in all areas of our school. It guides us in making decisions and helps to keep us focused on what is most important for our children.

This year KAS will be preparing our self-study report to present for renewing our accreditation with the Middle States Association in the U.S. and the Council of International Schools in the U.K. These agencies review our report and hold us to a rigorous set of standards with a view to continually improving our school.

Our family community is a happy one and our children love coming to KAS. I hope you will have a chance to come visit us and see why KAS is a friendly, student-centered learning environment for the international community.


Steve Alexander

Email: salexander@krtams.org


Diverse student body
Over 250 students representing 30 different countries are enrolled at KAS in Nursery through Grade 12. Many diplomatic missions, NGOs, United Nations agencies, and international and private businesses have selected KAS as their school-of-choice.

Student-teacher ratio
Average class size may vary from year-to-year depending on enrollment at each grade level. In most cases, classes are capped at 23 students. All classes in grade nursery through grade 5 have at least one full-time Teaching Assistant. In addition, there are Student Support Services teachers who assist students and staff when necessary.

Well-maintained campus
Located on the outskirts of the Amarat area of Khartoum, KAS buildings and grounds are well-maintained with green spaces and lush vegetation. The campus includes a covered outdoor basketball and multipurpose sports court, two soccer fields and two volleyball courts.

Parent Governed
KAS is an independent, not-for-profit school and is governed by a School Board that is elected by the parents.

English As An Additional Language (EAL) Program and Student Support and Counseling Services
There is supplemental instruction taught by experienced EAL teachers for students needing assistance in the acquisition of English language. Support Services staff are available when necessary for academic, social, and emotional adjustment.

University Placement
KAS has an outstanding record of placing its graduates in excellent universities in the USA, Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa.

Outstanding Expatriate Teachers
KAS recruits experienced teachers from the USA, Canada, UK, Sudan and other nation


Information for the Admission of New Student for the SY 2018-19


  1. Parents of students who are candidates for grades Preschool to grade 12 may pick up the admissions packet from the office or download the application packet from the KAS website.  Upon receiving this admissions packet, parents assume responsibility for understanding its content and for completing all its requirements.
  2. Parents complete the following paperwork and submit to the Admissions Office.
  3. Application Form
  4. Academic History (for Grades 9-12 transcripts, report cards, testing results)
  5. Copy of Passport or Birth Certificate
  6. 2 Passport size photos
  7. Confidential Reference Form (Grades 3-12 only)
  8. Vaccination Records (Grades Preschool- 5)
  9. Medical Questionnaire

III. Once the above paperwork has been received and reviewed, an Application Fee Form will be issued.

  1. Parents pay the application-processing fee in the Accountant’s Office.

Payment should be made at least a day before testing.

This payment is non-refundable.  It does not guarantee admission to KAS. The receipt of payment must be presented to the Admissions Coordinator in order for the admissions process to continue or for the testing to begin.

  1. The Admission Test is administered without the presence of parents. (Grades 3-10)
  2. The Admissions Committee members may review applications.

VII. The Superintendent finalizes all enrollment decisions.


Early Childhood forms

Elementary / Middle / High School forms

For more info or any inquiries please send email to: admissions@krtams.org