ENROLMENTS - Enrol Now

Introduction

The KoroBoro International School provides an international education to students between the ages of 3 and 12 from 10 different countries. Applying student must demonstrate that they have the ability, skills and knowledge to follow the curriculum at KoroBoro successfully. English is the language of communication throughout the school and in lessons. Consequently, student with English as a second (or third) language will be tested for English language ability. A compulsory English as an Additional Language (EAL) programme will be provided to students who require this support at an additional fee. All prospective students will meet the Principal or Head of Campus (respectively), as part of the enrolment process. Children with learning difficulties will meet with the Principal and Curricular Advisor before a place at the school can be confirmed. The fee for the learning support services will be additional to the tuition fee.

Purpose

This policy is designed to ensure that: 

  • enrolment procedures are clear and fair
  • enrolment procedures are followed in order to ensure equity of opportunity in compliance with policy criteria

Enrolment Process

1. Applying for a place at the KoroBoro International School requires the following steps:

  • Completed enrolment Application Form click to download
  • Copy of school reports, student's Birth Certificate or Passport
  • If relevant, an Educational Psychologist's Report for students with learning difficulties
  • Payment of the Application Fee & Security Deposit Fee
  • Upon submission of the enrolment application pack to the Enrolment Manager at KB, prospective students will be required to undertake the relevant pre assessment tests

 

2. An offer will be made by the Principal once all the steps and criteria for enrolment have been satisfactorily met and completed. An acceptance confirmation pack will be produced with the dates for post-enrolment and commencement date.

3. Placement of a student in a specific year level will generally follow by DOB guidelines on the Fee Policy, however a student could be placed a year ahead or a year behind once their current/prior learning and the school's assessment of the student?s academic ability, maturity and English language ability at the time of application is taken into consideration.

4. Where the School is not able to offer a place to a student due to capacity, the student will be put on a waiting list.

5. Where the School is not able to offer a place to a student due to their academic ability, maturity and English language combined, the student can re-apply and be re-tested 3 months after the initial test.