Boarding School Admissions

Boarding School Admissions

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Admission in every type of boarding schools are almost the same, so below there are some common steps that you have to follow in order to apply to a boarding school:
  1. Complete an application form, this application is different for every type of boarding school they look for particular things in each case. They also differ from grade to grade. Then you have to send the form, the correspondent registration fee, passport size photos and the latest report card to the mail address of the school. Some times schools also ask to complete and sign a Student Health Information Form.

  2. The second step is to take an entrance evaluation his is for new students only. This exam will show the school the academic level of the student, his or her strengths and weaknesses so they have an idea of the student’s condition and how to treat it.

  3. The third step is an interview appointment this is after you got the evaluation results. The school will contact parents in order to arrange an interview with the Principal of the school, this interview will give the school a view about the student’s family, parents will be also notified about students score and is also an opportunity to ask question to the principal about the school.

  4. Finally student will receive an admission package containing information about the school, the new school journal, dates, rules, information about courses, locations, economic information.

  5. After doing the tuition payment student is ready to backpack for his or her first boarding school day.
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Admission tests
 Admission Tests
Most boarding schools require Standardized Admissions Tests such as ISEE and SAAT. Here find a description of these tests.