It is gratifying for us to welcome families that look for the best pedagogical alternative for their children. In our school, we want your children to feel confident, prepared for the world and joyful of finding their lifelong passion. Important note: for ninth, tenth and eleventh grade, the aspiring student should come from another school affiliated to the International Baccalaureate Organization (; of which our school is an active member. Besides, he or she needs excellent results in the admission exams.

Depending on the situation, the following steps may vary or be completely virtual. The admissions process is as follows:

Steps for the admission process

Initial visit to get to know our School. 

In this step, families have their first contact with the School in a meeting with our Admissions Officer; the academic, sports, cultural and other processes of our community are explained here in line with the more than 30 years experience as an IB School.

In this step the family acquires the application form and sets the date for the official interview (Step 2).

Family interview and observation or exams presentation. For the family interview, both the parents and the applicant will be present as well as a school counselor. The family must have the complete documentation requested for the admissions process. 

In Primary, when possible, the student has 2 alternatives:

  1. Morning with us: (Interview, observation and exams presentation). Parents wait in the school’s reception area.
  2. Day(s) with us: (The same as option 1), but this time the parents go back home and we take the applicant home in our school buses. In case it is “two days with us”, the next morning we pick the student up, he/she spends the day at school and we take him back home in the afternoon.

Afterwards, the application will be reviewed by the Admissions Commitee. The resulting decision will be notified to the family 3 work days later by the Admissions Officer.

Interview with the School Headmaster. This meeting has a usual duration of 30 minutes. Following this, the parents can begin the enrolment process.