Applicants to Chapel School are considered on the basis of their previous academic records, results of aptitude and achievement tests, a parent interview, teacher recommendations and knowledge of the English language. Students will not be admitted if they do not possess adequate knowledge of the English language or if the school cannot meet their academic needs.

Children applying for Pre-school to Grade 3 are interviewed to assess their readiness for enrollment in an English speaking classroom environment.

Students in Grades 4 through Grade 12 should not be more than one and a half years below grade level in reading and should demonstrate the ability to understand and express themselves in English.

In some cases parents must agree to provide private tutoring until language and/or academic deficiencies are reduced.

Once the applicant’s school records, recommendations, and test results have been received and analyzed, priority will be given to the students who demonstrate the highest potential for Chapel’s academic programs.