How to Apply
We welcome applications from parents of students who support our Mission.
Wellspring serves the educational needs of both international and local children and operates as a non-sectarian community and has no political affiliations.
When considering all applicants, we take into account both the suitability of our educational programme for the prospective student and the availability of places within the school. Where learning support is required, we assess whether students can be integrated into the mainstream classroom; we can only serve the needs of a limited number of students with diverse learning needs during each academic year.
Applicants are advised that the school does not specialize in educating to students who have mental, emotional or physical disabilities or severe learning difficulties.
Students must be reading, comprehending and writing at their grade level in order to gain admission.
All applicants need to be interviewed by the Admissions Director and parents and students will typically meet with two or more teachers who will assess the students English literacy skills (verbal, reading, writing, comprehension), Arabic literacy skills (for native speakers only), and Mathematics (including age appropriate computation, problem solving, reasoning and analysis). There are additional requirements for students applying to the DP.
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Admissions Process – 5 steps
1. Submit a completed application form (via Open Apply)
The first step in the admissions process is the submission of a completed application form and relevant documentation online to Wellspring's Open Apply page by the parent(s)/guardian(s) with $160 non-refundable application fee.
2. Application review
Once all records have been collected, the application will be reviewed and parents/guardians will be notified whether they have been granted an interview.
All students are required to attend an interview after all material has been submitted. At least one parent is required to attend the interview. The interview appointment is not an indicator of eventual acceptance.
Acceptance decisions, or updates on the status of your application will normally be released within two weeks of the student interview.
5. Payment of Entrance Fees
For all new students accepted before 15th June 2016, a non-refundable registration fee of $4000 (deductible from the tuition fees) will be required within one week of the acceptance letter date in order to reserve the place up until the first tuition payment is due in June 2016. Tuition installments not paid by this deadline may result in a new student's acceptance to be moved to the waiting list, regardless of whether or not you have paid the non-refundable registration fee.*
All applicants accepted after June 15, 2016 will be required to submit the 1st full tuition installment in order to reserve a place for the 2016-17 school year. This installment will also be considered as non-refundable.
Late applicants accepted after the first day of classes will be required to submit the first full tuition installment before the first day the new student attends classes. All tuition fees are non-refundable once the student has attended his/her first class.
*Dates and fees might be subject to change.
-PYP Tuition fees 2015-16
-MYP Tuition Fees 2015-16
-DP Tuition Fees 2015- 16
If you have any further questions, please contact our Admissions Manager Ms. Rana Farroukh: firstname.lastname@example.org