Parents are requested to be frank and honest in providing information in the admission application form. Adverse information if any, whether scholastic or behavioral, will not be a ground for refusal of an admission request. Any such information would, in fact, help the school to create a suitable environment for your child, once admitted. Any wrong information or concealment of information discovered later may lead to cancellation of admission.
The interaction is as pleasant and nonintimidating as we can make it. It is normally conducted by Head of Admissions, School Director, the respective Principal, Head of Pastoral Care and Residence Co-ordinator (if applicable). We are interested in knowing about the child's/ student's educational development, use of language, social skills, academic enthusiasms and extra-curricular interests. The aim of the interaction is to find about what the student knows, understands and enjoys.
While coming for the interaction please bring with you the following:
• Examples of the applicant's school work in the form of exercise books, portfolios etc.
• Primary applicants (up to Grade 5) should bring at least one book which they are currently reading inside or outside school.
Primary school candidates are examined by the Head of Primary. This is an interaction and the child may also be asked to perform some simple activities.
Admission seekers for Grades 6 to 9 have an interaction and a written test. Testing is done for Basic English and Mathematics. For Grade 9, students will also be assessed for Integrated Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology).
Students are only taken into Grade 10 if they are transferring from a similar school and their admission is based on reports from their existing school and an interaction and test.
Admissions during the year
Parents may register at any time during the year for admission in the current year and will be interaction whenever a place is available.
On being offered admission, parents are requested to pay the one-time Admission Fee and a Refundable Security Deposit within two weeks to secure the admission of the student. Subsequently, the student is issued a unique Student ID number. Parents further need to fill and submit various forms and declarations that would be given along with the admissions acceptance letter