Frequently Asked Questions
Below you will find frequently asked questions regarding ISL’s admission process. We hope this information will help you throughout your application completion. Do not hesitate to contact us for any other questions you may have.
1. What documents do I need for my application form?
b. Your child’s passport
c. Standardised test results if available
d. Special academic or psychological evaluation reports if applicable. (Translated into English)
2. How long does the application procedure last, when will I know if my child is admitted?
If you are applying for the current academic year, as soon as we receive a completed application form and the required recommendations from your child’s current school, if a place is available, we will pass their application to our School Principals for assessment. This usually takes up to one week after which time we will be in touch with the outcome. If a place is not available we will place your child’s name on our waiting list and contact you as soon as a place becomes available.
If you are applying for the next, or subsequent, academic years, prior to the start of the relevant admissions season we will place your child’s name on our waiting list. Once we begin the admissions procedure during the January preceding the August entry date, we will request that you arrange for your child’s current school to provide the required recommendations. Once we receive these we will forward your child’s application to our School Principals for assessment. This usually takes up to one week after which time we will be in touch with the outcome.