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How to apply to private school

Applying for a private school can be a nerve wracking experience for many parents, particularly if there are a high number of applicants with too few spaces, or even if you have never had any experience with private schools.

To apply your child to private school, you will first one to contact the admissions director of the school of your choice. You will want to request further detailed information for your child's grade level, as well as an application. You also may be able to find all this information online at the school's website.

You should fill out the application as completely and honestly as possible. Often, there is a separate form or application for your child to fill out once you are entering around the grade five level.

After sending in your application, a campus visit, as well as an interview are needed, and an exam will likely be given to your child. Before acceptance, they may also ask for references and any previous academic records, if they were not included with the original application.

 



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