Being an international school we are prepared to provide the highest possible standard of education to our students, enabling them to compete in an increasingly competitive global environment.

We have a strong will to maintain high  standards, that is why we do not just make sure that our teaching methods are appropriate to the needs of our students but that those students, in turn, are able to demonstrate that they have the potential and ability to achieve the levels we require. Admission will not be based on ethnic, religious or social grounds but strictly on merit.

As many students come from different countries and transfer from various curricula, prospective students are required to take an entrance examination. We also conduct an informal interview with the student which forms part of the overall assessment.

Admission is at the school’s discretion and the school’s decision is final. However, unsuccessful applicants maybe be asked to repeat  a class or  may apply again at a later date if they believe they will perform better at the entrance examinations.

The school’s objective is not to arbitrarily exclude students but rather to select the most suitable applicants based on the school's assessment criteria including the prospective student's academic performance and potential. Only if a student fails to show basic understanding, or shows a lack of potential will they be refused admission.