School Bus – Transportation

Bus Routes

Getting your child to and from school safely is our number one priority. We ensure our scholars have a safe and comfortable trip to and from the school.

I-Scholars International Academy Maintains a fleet of buses to transport students to school at a reduced cost. We combine bus trips and turn them into routes in other to served multiple students with a single bus by making use of an optimization algorithms to isolate bus routing and link connected stops together into one bus trip.

First Ride
6:30am - 7:30am

First school bus ride to School
Second Ride
1:30pm - 2:30pm

Second school bus ride from School
Third Ride
2:30pm - 3:30pm

The third school bus ride from School
Last Ride
5:00pm - 6:00pm

The fourth school bus ride to school

Route One

Our first route is within Gwarimpa Axis, the bus leaves by 07:20 and will stop at each location within 5 minute intervals. Scholars are given the option of either taking a one way trip to school or a return trip.
Lungu and Map-Global, Gwarimpa. 7:20 am
ALD Estate, Kafe Estate, Gwarimpa. 7:25 am
Citec, 7th & 69 road, Gwarimpa. 7:30 am
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Avenue, Gwarimpa. 7:35 am

Route Two

Second route is around 3km to 7km away from Gwarimpa, the bus leaves by 07:10 and will stop at each location within 5 minute intervals. Scholars are given the option of either taking a one way trip to school or a return trip.

Maitama, Wuse, Utako, Citec-Mbora 7:10 am
Dawaki, Dutse, Lake View, Katampe 7:15 am
Kings Court, Sil, and Panasonic 7:20 am
Global Estate, Kado Estate and Life-camp 7:25 am

Route Three

The third route is around 7km to 15km away from Gwarimpa, the bus leaves by 06:50 and will stop at each location within 5 minute intervals. Scholars are given the option of either taking a one way trip to school or a return trip.

Lugbe, Airport Road 6:50 am
Area 1 to Area 11, CBN Quarters 7:05 am
Prince & Princess, Galadimawa 7:10 am
Kubwa 7:15 am

Highlights

2ND TERM 2019/2020 SESSION

NOTABLES DATES
January
13th, School Resumes / Tahfeez Class (After School) Begins
18th, Weekend Islamiyyah / IEP/ Extension Begins
22nd, Scholar’s Photo Shoot Secondary
27th, Scholar’s Photo Shoot Primary
29th, Scholar’s Photo Shoot Nursery
February
3rd, Scholar’s Photo Shoot Darul-Huda
9th, Parents Friends Forum (PFF) / Boarders Visiting Day
17th, 2nd C. A. Begins
19th, 2nd C. A. Ends / Boarders Close for Midterm
20th, Midterm Begins
24th, Scholars Resume / Open Day / Book Fair (3 days)
29th, Inter House Sports
March
27th, Tahfeez Class (After School) Ends
30th, Exams Begins
April
3rd, Exams Ends (Darul Huda, Nursery, Primary)
4th, Weekend Islamiyyah Ends
6th, Entrance Exams into JSS 1
7th, Exam Ends (JSS and SSS) and School Closes
5
February
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Inter House Sport Day – 2nd Term 2019/2020

Our School celebrating National Parent Involvement Day on December 3.

5
February
  • All day
  • Las Vegas, NV 82601, US
Open Day – Book Fair 2nd Term 2019/2020

Our School celebrating National Parent Involvement Day on December 3.

5
February
  • All day
  • Las Vegas, NV 82601, US
Open Day – Boarders Visiting Day 1st Term 2019/2020

Our School celebrating National Parent Involvement Day on December 3.

5
February
  • All day
  • Las Vegas, NV 82601, US
Cultural Day – 1st Term 2019/2020

Our School celebrating National Parent Involvement Day on December 3.

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I-Scholars International Academy COVID-19 Message

COVID-19 is a disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus. ‘CO’ stands for Corona, ‘VI’ for Virus, and ‘D’ for Disease.

The COVID-19 virus is a new virus linked to the same family of viruses as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and some types of the common cold. COVID-19 is a new virus and we are still learning about how it affects children.

We know it is possible for people of any age to be infected with the virus, but so far there have been relatively few cases of COVID-19 reported among children. The virus can be fatal in cases, so far mainly among older people with pre-existing medical conditions.

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