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Admissions

Apply

Applying to ISTP

  • Attend Admissions Tour
  • Submit an online application ($100 application fee)
  • Attend Group Playdate Assessment (Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten)
  • Attend Shadow Day and 1:1 Assessment (1st - 8th grade)
  • Submit Teacher Recommendation Forms through online application
  • Submit transcripts/report cards
  • Participate in a parent meeting
Click the button below to create your application account though Ravenna, ISTP’s application management system.

International Applicants

We realize that families applying from out-of-state or outside of America may not be able us for our scheduled tours. Please contact the admissions office if you are interested in applying off-cycle and past the deadlines.

General Information for International or Out-of-State Applicants
  • Submit an online application ($100 application fee)
  • Submit Teacher Recommendation Forms through online application
  • Submit transcripts/report cards
  • Submit Sample Works (French/Chinese and English) for students applying in 1st-8th grade, if needed, a 1:1 in-person student assessment may be requested
  • Participate in a phone meeting (parents)

Admissions Decisions

Decisions will be mailed to prospective parents in March
Should you receive a letter of acceptance, in order to guarantee a place for your child, you will be required to return the Enrollment Agreement within 10 days of its mailing along with a registration deposit.

Any spaces in the school that have not been filled after the 10-day return period will then be made available to wait pooled applicants, one at a time on a rolling basis. This rolling admissions policy will continue until the beginning of school in early September, depending on space availability in each class.

How Decisions are Made:

The Admissions Committee determines the final decisions. Decisions are based on a holistic view of the child, including the child's ability to learn, receptivity to language acquisition, interaction with other children, positive demeanor, and, if applicable, academic performance through previous transcripts. The Admissions Committee is also looking for a shared educational philosophy between the school and the family. The International School of the Peninsula admits students without regard to race, religion, color, gender, creed or sexual orientation.

International School of the Peninsula does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin or sexual orientation in administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan payments, athletic and other school administered programs.
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF THE PENINSULA
Ecole internationale de la Péninsule
半島國際學校
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