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Admissions Process

STEP 1 - Online Application

Click here to complete the online application. Please note applicants are only considered if the application form is fully completed, incomplete applications are not logged and will not be reviewed.

STEP 2 – Complete your documentation

All applicants must provide additional supporting documentation, the requested documentation is relevant for the admissions process and supports accurate placement of the student.

You will be prompted to upload the additional documentation on the first page of your online application.

All additional documentation must be uploaded via our admissions system, documentation must not be sent and will not be accepted via email as to protect the student’s personal data.

Please note that all submitted documents must be in English. If documents require translation, they must be stamped and signed as official, legal translations.

To process the application, we require the following:

Completed online Application Form including:

  • Picture of the applicant.
  • Copy of the applicant's passport. Note: If you are a diplomatic family, we also require a copy of your visa.
  • Copy of the parent's/guardian's passports, in separate files. Note: If you are a diplomatic family, we also require a copy of your visas.
  • Family work contract
  • Copy of the applicant's immunization/vaccination record.
  • Report cards (must be provided in English) highlighting the last two academic years (where applicable).
  • Principal's Recommendation letter
  • Psycho-educational reports (applicable for students with special needs). The psycho-educational reports must be sent in one file, e.g. a PDF or a zip file.

STEP 3 – Onsite Assessment

Once all required documents have been submitted, the school will contact parents to book an onsite assessment. If a student is out of the country and unable to attend an assessment in person, the application is shared with the CEO / Principal for review of the submitted academic records, and a provisional acceptance can potentially be granted in advance of an assessment. If a provisional placement is granted, students are still required to complete an assessment upon arrival, for class placement and teacher allocation purposes.

STEP 4 – Review and Assessment

 The application is sent to the CEO / Principal for review, with a 24-hour turnaround time.

STEP 5– Admissions Verdict

The admissions team will contact you with an update on your child’s admissions verdict, possible admissions outcomes include the following:

  • Full acceptance (based on academic reports and completed assessment)
  • Provisional acceptance (based on reports alone – assessment to follow)

Upon success of your application, you will receive a placement offer, sent to you using a secure online signature platform, failure to review, sign and return the document with-in the allocated time will result in the placement offer being revoked.

Admissions Process