After the evaluations and the interview have taken place, the Admissions Panel will consider each child’s application. Based on the evaluation tests, interview and educational history, the panel will recommend to the relevant School Principal the names of those students who should be offered places.
On admission, the student will enter a class of his or her own age group. The School is extremely reluctant to admit a pupil to a lower or higher age group unless the Admissions Panel is convinced that it is in the best long-term interests of that pupil.
In the case of each of the school sections the Primary Principal and High School Principal will make the decisions regarding acceptance of any student. Where the Principals feel it is necessary, the decision may be deferred to the Director.
The Admissions Panel may defer its decision in order to call for more information to be supplied. The School reserves the right to require parents to withdraw their child at any time after admission, for example, when the school has not been fully informed of relevant or significant information about that child’s educational social, behavioural, or medical background. In such cases, there will be no financial obligation on the part of the School.