Thank you for showing interest in the International Village School Chennai. We are an international school offering a full range of learning opportunities for students. We welcome applications from students of all nationalities, throughout the school year, which runs from August to June.
Before you start the application process for your child, please carefully read through the information below.
We are currently open for Early Childhood (ages 2, 3 and 4), Kindergarten and Grades 1 and 2. For the school year August 2019, we are accepting applications for grades Early Childhood (ages 2,3 and 4), Kindergarten and grades 1 to 5.
Parents interested in enrolling their child, should first use the Enquiry Tab above to fill an enquiry form which will give you an application link.
Upon submission of an application, your child will enter our applicant pool. Our Admissions Office will review the application, once we receive all the required documentation. Students who meet our requirements will be invited with their parents, to attend an admissions interview. Students are admitted on a first come, first served basis.
To complete an application, you will need:
Parents completing the admissions process will need to submit the registration fee immediately upon acceptance. The registration fee is a one-time non-refundable fee.
The tuition fee will need to be submitted within one month of receipt of invoice.
Payment can be made by Visa or Mastercard or by cheque made out to “The International Village School”. The school fee for term 1 should be paid prior to the student starting school. The second term fee should be paid no later than November 23rd and the third term fee should be paid no later than March 15th.
EC 2 2 years old
EC 3 3 years old
EC 4 4 years old
KG 5 5 years old
Grade 1 6 years old
Grade 2 7 years old
Grade 3 8 years old
Grade 4 9 years old
Grade 5 10 years old
From Grade 2 onwards, assignment to a grade level is generally based on previous school records, within the general age requirements.
We welcome students from different countries and differing school calendars. Applicants from countries, whose school year finishes during December-March, will continue for an additional semester in the grade most recently completed. After careful consideration of the application, students are placed in the appropriate grade level, which meet our curriculum, expectations, as well as performance on any test the Administration may wish to administer.
The School recognizes that there may be differences in opinion of parents regarding grade placement. However, the Superintendent reserves the right to make all final determinations regarding grade placement.
For our youngest learners, initial grade assignments are made by birth date, so that they receive age and developmentally appropriate foundations.
School starts at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 3:15 p.m. We offer a half-day option for Early Childhood (2,3 and 4-year-olds).
The scholarship is designed to provide tuition fee assistance to families in need of financial assistance. There is a limited number allocated each year. Scholarship applicants apply through the regular admissions process and must meet the general admissions criteria. Scholarships will be awarded following the admissions acceptance process.
Non-native English-speaking students will be given English as an Additional Language (EAL) test to determine if support is needed. The following criteria will be used by the Admissions Office to determine whether a student will be invited to take the EAL test:
School starts at 8.15 a.m. for all years. The academic day finishes at 12.30 p.m. for the Early Years, and 3.15 p.m. for Kindergarten and all other grades.
Once we have received your completed online application, we will assess your child’s eligibility for admission and notify you regarding acceptance. When a place is available, an offer will be extended by email. The registration fee is required within one week of acceptance of admission. The first day of attendance, if not the first day of the academic year, will be mutually agreed to between parents and the Admissions Office.
Our School makes every effort to provide a meaningful education for all students. We do not have a comprehensive Support Program and may not be able to admit students whose needs are beyond our scope. Children with student support needs will be assessed to determine whether the school has sufficient resources to provide appropriate support.
The school offers a bus service to all students at an additional cost.
The first day of attendance, if not the first day of the academic year, will be mutually agreed to between parents and the Admissions Office.
Our school will organize a 'New Students Orientation' for all new students and parents prior to the school year. More details will be shared with families after they have accepted an offer for their child at our school.
When parents submit an application form, a school health form will also need to be submitted. Please note that until these forms are completed, your child's first day of attendance will be postponed.
Yes. We offer a diverse Pursuits program for our students. Our expert teaching staff will work hard to make sure that our students have an engaging and interesting extension to their school day. We will offer a wide assortment of fun academic, creative, and sport activities.
Every visitor must report to the Security Office at the school gate; only visitors with prior-appointments are permitted on the campus after showing proper identification. The visitor will be issued an ID badge to wear on the school premises and submit to the Security Office again when leaving. All parents and staff have a School ID card that is issued by our Security Team when joining. School ID cards must be worn when on campus.
Our school uniform consists of a School t-shirt. Black shoes are compulsory.
We are an English speaking school and offer French, Hindi and Tamil as additional languages.
Non- native English speakers are welcomed. English testing can be used to establish if a pupil may need English as an Additional Language (EAL) program and arrangements made to accommodate this.