Parents wishing to admit their child should first register him/her for an admission test by completing the prescribed Registration Form at the school office and receiving an appointment for the test and interview. The parents can register their child at any time of the year.
A non-refundable fee according to the fee structure is payable by the parents at the time of registration.
The parents fill in an admission form at the school. All information concerning the application given on the admission form should be correct. It will not be possible to modify it later. The parents must read the clauses written at the back of the admission form and must sign it.
Following are the Age Groups that determine the class of the child.
The class for which a child will be tested is determined by his/her age on 31st March of the year in which admission is sought.
After registering the child, the parents bring their child to school for admission test. An admission test is taken on the date and time given on the appointment slip.
For Pre-Nursery, Nursery & Kindergarten classes, an informal individual assessment is made, combined with an interview with the parents. It is very important that both parents attend unless there are extenuating circumstances, of which the Principal should be informed. Generally, the reading level of the child, the vocabulary and concepts of colours and numbers, the confidence, the level of spoken and understanding English and motor skills are assessed.
Applicants are required to sit in a written test in three subjects: English, Urdu and Mathematics. Applicants for Level VI and above are required to sit in a written test in four subjects: English, Urdu, Mathematics, and Science. The pass percentage is 50%. Duration of each paper is normally 30 minutes. An applicant should come properly prepared with a pencil, an eraser, a sharpener and a ruler. The test papers are not set from any particular textbooks or syllabuses but are of a general nature designed to assess the attainment level of the child. In addition to the test, the Principal will conduct a formal interview with both parents, unless there are extenuating circumstances of which the Principal should be informed.
Parents may not be shown the test papers, as these are confidential, but they may be informed of the percentage obtained by their child in each paper. A candidate caught cheating during the admission test will not be eligible for admission. The names of selected candidates will be displayed on the school notice board on a given date or conveyed over the phone. Merit will be the sole criterion for admission. The decision of the school regarding admission cannot be challenged in any way and shall be final. Documents to be submitted by the Parents Parents must bring the following on their visit, after the name of the child appears in the merit list. Admission remains provisional and is not confirmed