Grades 1 - 12
Please take time to read the instructions carefully before you start filling out the online application.
Criteria for Admission
- Starting with first grade, children must be fluent in the French language as the teaching switches to 80% French - 20% English (from bilingual instruction in Preschool).
- Children coming from a school accredited by the French Ministry of Education are accepted on the basis of their school records. Thus, it is very important that we receive the report cards for each trimester as soon as they are available via email only.
- Children coming from a non-accredited school must take an entrance exam (in French, Math, and, depending on the grade level, other subjects). In such cases, the Admissions Office will contact your family to set up an appointment or, if the applicant lives abroad, the test will be sent directly to his or her school where it will be administered by an appointed agent.
The admissions process starts in the Fall one year prior to the school year being applied for and continues through the school year on a ‘rolling admissions’ basis. Space availability is subject to the number of departures announced at the end of the re-enrollment period for current students. The Admissions Committee will start reviewing the completed applications by mid-February. Incomplete applications will only delay the admission process.
We advise families to apply by January 15, 2017 to make sure that their application is considered during the first Admissions Committee Meeting in mid-February. After that date, applications will be considered on a rolling admissions basis.
Parents are notified of the decisions starting at the end of February. The Lycée will do its utmost to notify the parents as soon as possible, but in some cases, these can be held until the applicant’s 2nd and 3rd trimester report cards are received.
If their child is accepted, parents must then return the signed contract with a non-refundable tuition deposit of $3,500 by the deadline stated in the acceptance letter in order to formally secure their child’s admission into the school.