Our school offers a strong academic education, in a positive learning environment complemented with the latest technology and innovations; always upholding the values of discipline, responsibility and respect.
Admission to Pre-First is based on the following
• Classroom capacity.
• The student's age meets the standards of the Department of Education.
• Parents must submit birth certificate, social security and a Florida Department of Health physical and immunization form.
Admission requirements from Elementary to High School
• Students’ behavior must have been satisfactory during the previous school year.
• Students must have worked according to grade level and earned average grades as a minimum.
• Last year report card, transcript and current grades must be submitted.
• Admissions test may be administered.
• They must present all the required documents for the admission process.
• References may be required.
If admission is granted, the signature of the parent/guardian on the registration form indicates that he/she will adhere to all school regulations.
Those students who are accepted conditionally will be placed on probation for a period of three months. They will be observed by the Principal or Assistant Principal during this time. He or she reserves the right to place any student on probation and/or dismiss the student that does not comply with all school standards based only on his or her personal judgment.
Students from abroad may be accepted at our institution if all registration requirements are met.
I-20 Student Visas are available (certain restrictions do apply).
Parents/guardians of students who are seeking admission must sign an I-20 Student Visa Agreement and he or she must comply
with all standards and graduation requirements.
Special after school classes, summer school classes or E.S.O.L. program may be required.
In order to consider a student for admission, the following documents must be presented:
• Copy of passport.
• Letter of good conduct.
• Last report card or current grades if transferring during a school year.
• An original bank letter certifying means of financial support for academic year(s).
After the child is accepted for enrollment, the parents or sponsor must pay for tuition and school expenses for the entire year. In addition, there is a $300 processing fee. This payment must be paid by cashier's check or money order in order to process the F-1 Visa.
In addition, the student's immunization record from their home country must be taken to a physician of the State of Florida in order to obtain a School Entry Health Exam and Florida Certification Immunization Form. These forms are required by the Department of Health and must be presented in order for the student to begin classes.
Furthermore, when the student arrives in the United States, grades must be officially translated and submitted to the school.