How to apply

CSF teacher helping student

Our admissions process begins when you get in touch with us and we can discuss and understand the needs of your child. The next step is to arrange a visit or call to meet us and tour the school (we can also arrange this online). 

A day in the life at the school

We always invite prospective high school students to spend a day in the life at the school. This allows students to experience the school environment for themselves, and they will get to know the other students and faculty - an important step in making an informed choice about the school.

Entrance Requirements

To be admitted to the High School we require a copy of students' final report cards. In order to progress the application, it is important that students are capable of accessing all the classes available, when they join. For this reason, we expect students to have at least an intermediate level of English (for non-native speakers a B2 English language certificate is required) and an acceptable level of mathematics allowing students to access both Math, Science and Business classes. For this reason, should a report reflect a weakness in Math, we may have applicants complete an in-house assessment and pass it, as part of the admission process.

To be admitted to the Middle School we require a copy of the students' final report cards. In order to progress the application, it is important that students are capable of accessing all the classes available, when they join. For this reason, we expect students to have at least a beginner-intermediate level of English (for non-native speakers a B1 English language certificate is required).

To be admitted to the Elementary School we may require a copy of the students' previous report card. In order to progress the application, it is important that students are capable of accessing all the classes available, when they join. For this reason, we expect Grade 1-5 students to have at least a beginner level of English (for non-native speakers this may be their first experience with English, in that case an in-house assessment may be required).

To be admitted to the Kindergarten program there are no formal language requirements. 3-year old children who are entering into Pre-Kiindergarten must be potty trained before starting school.