Bloomingdale International School aims to provide high quality educational experience through a fair and transparent admission system and avoid unfair discrimination on grounds of disability, gender, religion or belief
Campus TourBook a campus tour trough call or website chat. Parents along with student should visit campus to meet admission counselor.
Application ProcessAfter you make decision fill up the application form and Submit with last two years Transcripts
Interview and observationStudents will have an observation session by teachers. Principal interacts with parents to ensure that our philosophy is aligned.
AdmissionA confirmation letter will be sent by the committee through the email
In Order to maintain the quality of education, we have restricted our class intake to a maximum of 20 per class. Which helps our student-teacher ratio 1: 10, by this low ratio every student will be able to get individual attention
Admission is subject to vacancy.
English Language proficiency
English is the primary language of instruction and communication across the school. The student’s ability to thrive in English-language learning environment and access the curriculum are the guiding principles for admission to the school. English language proficiency is evaluated as part of the admission process for students entering grades III-XII. Student applicants challenged with English Language Proficiency are considered under the different needs category and the decision taken as per the ESL provisions available on campus at the time of admission.
Play Group to EY II: Student admission into these classes is offered regardless of their level of English language proficiency
Grade I & II: By now, students are expected to have immersion in the English language curriculum and develop Spoken English language proficiency Level to be able to participate in academic activity at school
Grade III to V- Basic competence in mechanics of the English Language like spelling, usage, vocabulary, comprehension, adequate reading speed and creative writing ability are required in order to successfully access our curriculum in these grades. The PYP Exhibition, which is a part of student’s final year PYP assessment necessitates considerable proficiency with respect to presentation of learning through oral, written and visual language.
Grade VI to VIII: students are expected to be fluent users of English Language for all academic purposes. High Level of competency in English Language is a non-negotiable expectation
The scholastic suitability of the student applicant is crucial in admission selections. Previous school records and teacher recommendations, on-campus observations during the process of student interaction or academic assessment test as per the requirement serve as evidences for Grade readiness
Pre – Kindergarten (Play Group and Nursery): In time achievement of developmental milestones.
Early years (EY I & EY II/ LKG & UKG) – Basic comprehension and Pre-Math skills along with basic knowledge and understanding of the environment. Demonstrate on seat-on task ability.
Grade I & II – Ability to read, write and speak in context and demonstrate appropriate learning etiquette
Grade III to V – Teacher analysis based on the previous school records, personal interaction and observation on academic skills like reading, writing, comprehension, computation and general awareness.
Grade VI to XII – Teacher analysis based on the previous school records, personal interaction, observation on general conduct and academic assessment test to evaluate subject knowledge
|Playgroup||20 - 30 Months|
|Nursery||2.5 - 3.5 Years|
|EY1||3.5 - 4.5 Years|
|EY2||4.5 - 5.5 Years|
|Grade I||5.5 - 6.5 Years|
|Grade II||6.5 - 7.5 Years|
|Grade III||7.5 - 8.5 Years|
|Grade IV||8.5 - 9.5 Years|
|Grade V||9.5 - 10.5 Years|
|Grade VI||10.5 - 11.5 Years|
|Grade VII||11.5 - 12.5 Years|