Online Admission process is currently being upgraded to work with the new Campus Management Software. Please visit the school administration office for details.
Admissions are conducted annually. Students are allowed to enroll during school term depending upon the circumstances of late admission, and the availability of places.
There is no entrance test for children at the Montessori level I, II and III. Children wishing to enter grades 1 and above, must pass a school assessment test before being considered for admission.
The required documents for the admission process are:
Children are admitted in the Montessori on a first come first serve basis as seats are limited; however, admissions in Montessori classes are open throughout the year.
We are offering an extensive Montessori Program starting from, Montessori level I to Montessori level III. A child can be admitted above the age of 2.8 years.
For Montessori classes an informal assessment is conducted combined with an interview with the Parents/Guardian. The confidence, development of motor skills, hygiene and mannerism of the child is also taken into consideration.
The school has a policy for admissions based on the principles of transparency and fairness. Without discrimination, Apex welcomes students from all communities, with merit as the sole criterion for admission. Admission in Primary classes depends on the availability of seats. Test and Interview: The School’s admission selection committee provides a fair and thorough screening process considering each application holistically.
Terms and Conditions:
The decision of Admission Committee is final.
Parents must ensure that they bring all the necessary documents with them. Parents must comply with the rules and regulations of the School.
The School reserves the right to check the person and personnel information of all those allowed into the School premises for security reasons.
Parent teacher meetings help to build a strong communication between parents and teachers. Evolve sense of commitment, which ultimately ensures the child’s success in academia and personal bearings. It benefits the student to achieve his/her maximum potential both in the classroom and outside.
We also encourage parents to participate actively in school activities and events.
Parents are expected to attend workshops designed to help improve children’s learning potential and help them gain confidence and a positive attitude.
Regular feedbacks are requested from parents at appropriate intervals and areas of improvement are indicated and followed up.
The schedule of meetings is specified in the academic calendar.
Timings will remain the same during summers and winter. Timings are subject to change in Ramadan. A circular will be provided to inform parents.
For Montessori uniform is optional. From Grade 1 onwards the uniform follows as under: