Thank you for showing interest in the International Village School Chennai. We are an IB board school fully authorized by IBO, 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 through 8.
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:
From Grade 2 onwards, assignment to a grade level is based on previous school records, within the 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 placement.
For our youngest learners, initial grade assignments are made by birth date, so that they receive age and developmentally appropriate foundations.
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: