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Admission Policy / Procedure

LocationAdmission to the School is open to all boys and girls between the age of 9 to 16 irrespective of social status, religion or nationality.

Applications are usually accepted up to 31st October from the children seeking entry into Classes V(about 25 girls and 50 boys) and VII (about 10 girls and 15 boys )for which the child has to be registered. Entrance test for these classes is usally conducted on the second Sunday of November at Sanawar,Gurgaon, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad , Kathmandu and Dubai.

A limited number of applications can also be considered, against definite vacancies, for entry to Classes VI, VIII, IX & XI. Applications are received in December and children called for an Entrance test/Interviews in February(for class XI in April after the calss X Board Examination) only if there are vacancies. These tests and interviews are held in Sanawar.No admission is made in Classes X and XII. Please note that registration for any particular year is NOT transferable to any other year.

The age criteria for admissions to these classes are as follows:

Class

Age(in years) as on 1 st March in the year Admission.

V

8 3/4 to 10 1/4

VI

9 3/4 to 11 1/4

VII

11 3/4 to 12 1/4

VIII

12 3/4 to 14 1/4

XI

14 3/4 to 16 1/4

Note:

No Admission in Class X & XII (being Board Classes)



Registration Forms along with the prospectus for classes V and VII are available in the school office. The registration forms can also be downloaded for the School’s website. Completed registration forms should be sent by post or faxed to the School. The child will however, only be registered on receipt of the appropriate fee remitted by DemandDraft made payable to the Headmaster, The Lawrence School, Sanawar at the State Bank of India, Sanawar( Branch Code : 50199; IFSC Code:SBIN0050199). In addition, the school will also require a photocopy of the child's birth certificate. A Transfer Certificate from the previous school (if applicable) is required at the time of admission.

New Academic session for whole school commensces from 3rd week of February every year but for new admission it is from the last week of February.

For classes V and VII admission is based on the results of an entrance examination held in November of the year preceding the year of admission,followed by a personal interaction. The admission test comprises of the following components:

1. English (a written test of 100 marks; time duration one hour)

2. Mathematics (a written test of 100 marks; time duration one hour)

3. Science (a written test of 100 marks; time duration one hour)

4. Hindi (a written test of 100 marks; time duration one hour)

* Students who have not studied Hindi for more than three years are exempted from this test at the discretion of the Headmaster, on request. A certified copy of subjects studied form the previous school is mandatory for seeking any exemption from Hindi.

Sample papers for the above-mentioned components are available on the School’s website.

A merit list is prepared on the basis of the performance in the written examination. Depending upon the number of girls / boys to be admitted, students are called to the School for a personal interaction with the Headmaster. A candidate must pass (40%) in all the subjects to be eligible to be called for the personal interaction . A student is awarded marks out of 100 based on the personal interaction. The School lays a lot of emphasis on communication skills, participation in sports and other extra-curricular activities and promotes reading habits. Due consideration is given to the students excelling in one or more such areas during their personal interaction. A final merit list is then prepared incorporating all the above components (written tests and personal interaction). The merit list is not published or displayed anywhere but individual results will be sent to the concerned parents. There is no reservation for any category . However, due consideration is given to siblings (sisters / brothers of students studied / studying in School), children of Old Sanwarians and children whose parents are serving defence personnel (a 30% subsidy in the fees is admissible to the wards of serving Army/Navy/Air force Personnel). However, the performance in the written test and personal interaction is the main criteria. Children, who are unable to make it to the cut-off list, are placed on a waiting list. Admission offers are made to such students (in the order of merit) if any student(s) decline the admission offer or leave the School. The vacancy thus created is specific to the Class / gender and cannot be switched / swapped.

For classes VI, VIII and IX admission is based on the results of an entrance examination and personal interaction held in February of the year of the admission. The examination pattern and the admission criteria for Classes VI, VIII and IX is the same as for Classes V and VII. The admission procedure for Class XI begins in April after the Class X Board Examination. Admissions are offered in Class XI strictly on the basis of the performance in the personal interaction with the Headmaster. Students opting for Commerce with Mathematics are tested in Mathematics while those who opt for Sciences are tested in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (for non-medical stream) and in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (for medical stream) for qualifying standards.

Given the nature of the School site and the demanding nature of the boarding life, the School reserves the right to refuse admission to those children who, in the view of the School's Resident Medical Officer, would be adversely challenged by the routine of the School.

The admission of a child will mean a complete acceptance by the parent/guardian of all School Rules as in force or as amended from time to time at the discretion of the School.

It is important for the School Office to have the parents' updated postal address. Offers of vacancy are datelined and will automatically lapse if formalities are not completed by the stipulated date.

The School reserves the right to refuse admission/re-admission without assigning any reason. The Headmaster's decision is final.

All newly admitted children will be on probation for one year during which the parents and School will decide if the child should continue in the School.








Download: Requisite_Notes_for_New_Admissions-2017
Download: Fee Structure .
Download: Draft Agreement to be Executed by the Parent/Guardian of Child.
Download: Information Record Form (New Admission)
Download: Medical Profoma (New Admission)
Download: Medical Profoma (Students Who Are Already In The School)

 
 
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