Admissions Checklist

 

EtonHouse is proud to be a non-selective, secular school, which offers, Early Years Programme from ages 2 to 6, Primary Years Programme from ages 6 to 11, Middle Years Programme, from ages 11 to 16 and Senior Years Programme from ages 16 to 18. Students from different nationalities are welcome to register for a place with the School. Successful application is dependent on the availability of places at different year levels during the academic year.

Documents Required for Admission

  1. Completed EtonHouse application form
  2. Signed terms & conditions form – (Download Terms and Conditions)
  3. Two passport sized photographs
  4. Mother’s passport (copy)
  5. Father’s passport (copy)
  6. Child’s passport (copy)
  7. Child’s immunization record (copy)

Also a registration fee of 1500rmb

For Middle years and Senior/High years only

  1. English language placement assessment (test)
  2. Interview with curriculum coordinator for subject selection (for High School)
  3. High School only – admission examination.

Application forms downloads

English version

Mandarin version

Korean version

Japanese version

Entry Age Requirement

The entry age is calculated as at 31 August for all year levels. Please see the year level admission ages document.

Admission Priority:

Admission priority is given by date of application.

 

School Report Requirement:

Applicants are required to submit latest school reports in English, wherever applicable, for School’s review if they have been attending any other school. Separate reports are required if there are history of learning support and/or special needs. Applicants who require learning support will be subject to the School learning support team’s approval. Learning support assessments will be conducted by the learning support team, as required.

School Tours:

School Tours are available from Mondays to Fridays (9 am to 4 pm) except on public holidays.

You can call us at 0512- 6825 5666 or email us at [email protected]


This page was last edited on June 21, 2017