Step 1: Online application and fee payment

Online application form including a copy of the applicant's passport (the page giving name and birth date)

Application fee payment (link to credit card payment) this fee is non-refundable, even if, after processing, the applicant is not offered a place or the application is withdrawn.

Step 2: Submit required supporting documents

School records/transcripts, translated into English for applicants to: 

  • Pre-School:  all school records, if enrolled in an educational pre-school program
  • Years 1-6: last 2 years' school records and all records for the current school year, as available
  • Years 7-10: last 3 years' school records and all records for the current school year, as available
  • Years 11-12/Pre-IB and IB1: one official, sealed transcript and the last three years' school records

Applications should also include any assessments conducted or reports created on behalf of the applicant demonstrating any learning, social-emotional, or medical needs (for example, psycho-educational testing, IEPs, ILPs, occupational or physical therapy reports, documentation of applicant support or extension activities). This will be reviewed confidentially by our learning support team.

Standardized tests/norm-based assessments results from the last two years (ISA, MAP, IOWA, WrAP, etc.)

Confidential OIS Recommendation Form to be provided to the applicant's most recent school for completion

OIS Health Declaration form

School Fee Payment Details

Please find the relevant supporting forms available to print under Forms.

Step 3: Review of Application and Admissions Status Notification

Completed application packages will undergo a detailed review by key faculty and staff, including the admissions office and Head of School. Families will be advised of our decision in writing via e-mail.

If the applicant has been offered a place, the parents will need to confirm the offer by returning a signed copy of the offer letter, usually within 14 days. If the confirmation deadline is missed, the offer is not guaranteed. 

Step 4: Orientation Meeting Prior to School Start

A mandatory orientation meeting with a Principal/Counsellor and the student and parent(s) is required prior to the student starting in school.  Depending on acceptance date, the first term's fees may also be due.

Orientation meetings for students beginning in August will be scheduled to take place in June or in August, 1-2 weeks prior to school start, in order have the majority of new students begin in school on the first day of term. Mid-term arrivals will start in school approximately 2 days after their orientation meeting takes place.

Enrolment remains conditional subject to the student meeting the academic, behavior, and financial requirements of the school.