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Greenfield College accepts students on the basis of their academic potential, developmental maturity, school achievement, readiness for the school’s program and disciplinary record.
No student is refused on the basis of race, gender, nationality, color, religion, or political affiliation.
Students applying to KG1 are accepted the year they turn three years old.
Applications of engaged and married students will not be accepted.
Upon filling the application for enrollment at the admission’s office, parents are asked to provide the school with the following documents:
Proof of the child’s date of birth.
The original or a certified copy of the child’s previous grade reports.
Proof of residential address.
After filling the application for admission, candidates will be provided with the subject requirements that should be revised for the entrance exams along with the exam dates. Interview appointments are mandatory for kindergarten students and assigned when necessary to others.
Entrance exam results are revised by the academic committee and preliminary decisions with recommendations are reported to the academic director, who in turn, notifies the parents of these decisions.
In all cases, the school retains the right to determine, whether or not to accept a student for admission. The head of school has ultimate authority and in the decision to admit or re-enroll a student. Typically, these decisions are based upon the following criteria:
When there are more applications than places available, priority will be given to students with better entrance exam results and better communication skills
When the school cannot offer a place to a child, we offer suggestions of other schools that may be able to accommodate the student. When there are more qualified candidates than openings available, the school establishes an unranked waiting list:
if any openings occur, the admissions committee decides which candidate(s) to offer a position to based on the overall profile of the class being applied to and the match between the needs and qualifications of the student with those of the school.
A non-refundable registration fee will be required within one week of the acceptance letter date in order to reserve a place for the upcoming academic year.
Differential payment of the tuition fees is offered. The first tuition payment is due throughout the first week of September of each academic year.
A 10% discount on tuition fees is offered to the second sibling for families of two or more children.