Admission Date: In order to be considered for the first round of review, the Admissions Office should receive all application materials by February 1. Second round admission review occurs April 1. Rolling admissions occur after April 1st if space is available.
Before pursuing admission you are encouraged to take a tour of our school and meet with the Director. If you are unable to tour the Director will conduct a skype interview/discussion. If you are interested in our school please complete the contact request form and someone will contact you within 36 hours; or call 281.516.3770.
If you wish to continue with an application, please fill out the Online Application form.
The admissions procedure is a three part procedure:
- Submission of Part A Application form, parent survey results, most recent school reports and test results (translated into English), and a non refundable* registration fee. Applications submitted without the registration fee will not be considered.
- Student assessment and final consideration.
- If accepted into the programme, submission of Part B application form and two months advanced tuition will be required; followed by monthly payments.
Note that the registration fee is non-refundable unless a student is not considered for the assessment phase. We wish you every success in your admissions process.
a note on age & grade correlations
Often we receive questions regarding a child’s age and what grade they should be going in, particularly if they are coming from the British system. Please note the following table to see how ages and grade levels correlate. It is simply a numeric system, not an indicator of level of work. Should you come into our school and return to a British system we will be happy to provide a letter highlighting the grade equivalency.
**Cunae International School admits students of any race, colour, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, national origin, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies or other school-administered programs.