A child must be registered either online or offline before the school academic year is scheduled to commence. The school year begins in the month of April. Registration in no way ensures admission of the child, it is subject to a Common Aptitude Assessment (CAA) conducted by the school authorities. Parents may register their child for admission into a particular class in a particular year at any time after the birth of the child. Only registered candidates will be considered for admission After Registration candidates will be notified of the date of Admission test and interview cum counselling. The aptitude assessment in English, Mathematics and Science for classes 3 onwards is held to assess the ability of children for admission to a particular class followed by an interaction with the Principal. As the medium of instruction is English an understanding of English as well as average English speaking capability is a must for all applicants. Candidates qualifying in the test will be granted admission subject to availability of seats. No admission is granted unless all the requirements are fulfilled. The Admission committee reserves the right to select the candidates based on their performance in the CAA, interview and their aptitude, personality, intelligence and other capabilities. The decision of the Admission Committee will be final and binding in all cases. If a candidate fails to appear in the CAA/interview, his/her registration will lapse and the registration fee will be forfeited.
Candidates who are offered admission must avail the offer within the specified time by paying the necessary admission fees. On full payment of the admission dues and submission of the relevant documents, candidates will be sent allotted an admission number. Once admitted, candidates will be subject to all the rules and regulation of the school admission, fees once paid will not under any circumstances be refundable.
Admission in Class XI
A child may be admitted provisionally in April in either any of the three streams i.e. Science, Arts & Commerce. The admission and subjects are confirmed only after the board results are declared at the end of May. Candidates securing percentage more than that of the cut-off set will be given direct admission. The remaining students, as per the percentage secured in Xth boards, will have to appear for a written test and subsequent interview.
Note- A student, who has previously attended a recognized school, must produce a school leaving certificate from the institution last attended at the time of admission, failing which he cannot be admitted.