Admission policy is intended to ensure that the procedures used during the admissions process are consistently applied and are understood by all those involved. We welcome applications from families regardless of nationality, ethnicity or religion.
Admission to the National American School is conducted based on the age-appropriate entrance test for each grade level. Prospective students are also required to go through undertake Cognitive Ability Testing (CAT4) on a published date and location. A case-by-case approach will be taken for students who require additional learning support in order to meet their requirements
Admission process starts by visiting the school to register, and then parents are requested to:
Upon receipt of the application form, the student will be invited for an entrance exam and interview.
KG1 and KG2 children will be invited to school with their parents for a formal interview while Grades 1 to 12 students will be invited for computerized examination & interviews.
Parents will be informed of the results of the entrance evaluation within 2 days.
If a child is identified as SEN from previous records or the application form, the SEN teacher is notified and all relevant documentation is passed on to him/her.
The SEN teacher will examine the student’s records and may ask to assess the student, carry out observations in the student’s school or refer the student for further assessment.
Students are receiving siblings discount as follows:
Registration fees is 500 nonrefundable, which is deductible from the tuition fees.
All applications, recommendations, interviews and visits must be completed and the necessary paperwork admitted prior to June 30 each year. Applications received after June 30 are added to the waiting list and considered if any new spaces become available.