The process starts on the second Friday in September each year, and continues during the months of September, October and November until all the places are allocated. We offer parents three or four information talks with a tour of the campus. The dates and relevant information are posted on the school website on the admissions link. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phones (571) 4324020 or (571) 4324000 Option 1. Cellphone: (573)138888981.
The children should apply when they are three years old. Children who are accepted will enter Pre-kinder in August of the following year when they are 4 years old.
No. In general Saint George’s School only admits children in Prekinder, however there may be exceptions to this rule in Kindergarten, Transition, or in First Grade if there are any vacancies in March.
The school offers 120 places in Pre-kinder. Initially, the school gives priority to families of former students, staff, and families who already have children studying in the school. However families who do not have any former link to the school can still apply if they meet the admissions requirements. It is important to take into account that places will be assigned according to the order in which applications are received.
We have a Recreational Morning in which the children are observed to assess that their stage of development is consistent with their chronological age. Families are given the relevant feedback regarding any support that might be needed, before the children enter their formal schooling.
Yes, we interview all prospective parents, without exception or discrimination.
No. A reference is useful but not essential.
No. The School based on the principles of British Education, has elected to use The University of Cambridge Programme that enables students to receive an international education. The Cambridge International Examinations Programme (CIE) allows students to present international exams and obtain certificates and diplomas that are recognised both on a national and international level, including the International Baccalaureate.
Yes, the school gives homework to the students as a reinforcement to the topics covered in class. This helps them to develop the study skills that will be useful to them for the rest of their lives. Homework is regulated by a schedule that includes the time that should be spent on it, according to each age.