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Procedure

Leeds International School admits all students irrespective of nationality, colour, gender, religion, caste, creed or ability levels as long as they fulfil all the other admission criteria.

LIS is an equal opportunity institution with strict provisions and established procedures for screening suitable candidates from all those applying for admission. The first important criterion is the need to limit admission to a certain number of students per class as also per section. This will ensure high quality interaction between students and teachers. The students seeking admission to LIS need to understand the unique features of the school’s curriculum, and present a matching wavelength compatible to the school’s philosophy.

LIS admits students in to every class it operates – provided there are vacancies.

Registration does not guarantee admission to the school. It only ensures that a candidate may appear for the admission test.

Admissions to classes’ II and above are a two step process. First, candidates appear for a written test in English, Hindi, Science and Mathematics conducted in the school premises. In the second step of admissions process, candidates who qualify in the written test appear for a personal interview. The overall performance of a candidate in the written test and the personal interview determines whether the concerned candidate is admitted or not.

Step-wise process:

  • Collection of Registration Form along with school prospectus on payment.
  • Submission of filled in Registration Form along with all necessary documents mentioned in the form.
  • After result declaration the selected candidates need to contact school office to fill in the Admission Form and proceed with the admission formalities. The process must be done within a week from the result declaration after which the seat will be passed on to the next deserving candidates.
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