SIMPLIFYING THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS
Please refer to the following Placement Chart to determine your child’s age appropriate grade. This is a starting point only—the placement test, and interview will assist Dalat’s Admissions Committee in finalizing your child’s placement in the most appropriate grade in our school.
Students are accepted under the following conditions:
Acceptance Decisions are determined by Dalat International School’s Admissions Committee. The Head of School, Divisional Principals, Counselors and Admissions Coordinator form the Admissions Committee.
For further information about admission to Dalat please visit our Admission’s FAQ’s.
The non-refundable application fee of RM600 and testing fee RM200* (RM800 total-checks payable to Dalat International School Sdn Bhd).
*If your child is at an American or International school that conducts annual standardized testing such NWEA MAP, please consult the admissions director on whether or not testing is necessary.
Please have your child’s current school complete our online teacher/principal references.
Ensure to include the Principal/Counselor Reference form.
Include a photocopy of the birth certificate.
Previous 2 years school records, including latest grades available and standardized test scores if available (not applicable for Preschool and Kindergarten applicants).
Include a photocopy of the student’s passport.
Include the Physical Evaluation form completed by a doctor, including immunization records.
Include a photocopy of father’s and mother’s passport.
Complete the Student Application form, include a recent photo, and submit them to the school with the application of 600 RM and testing fee of 200 RM (Grades K-12). Follow the instructions for having the supplementary forms completed and sent to the school (Teacher Reference Form, Principal/Counselor Reference Form, Student Health Form, Physical Evaluation).
For those applying to the boarding program, complete the additional Boarding Application (found in the brown section of the Application Procedure Page.) Send a photocopy of the picture page of the father’s passport, a copy of the student’s birth certificate, and four photos with blue background for the student visa.
Ask your son’s or daughter’s current school to issue a complete transcript (for high school) or school records (for middle school and elementary) with most recent grades and have it sent to Dalat. An official transcript is required for High School credits to transfer, but an unofficial copy will be accepted for planning and scheduling.
SAT’s and Educational Plans
All applicants will be interviewed. Kindergarten Applicants and older will take a standardized test for admission. Applicants who have been determined to need or benefit from ESL Support will be required to enroll in ESL Support. Additional interviews with the divisional principal or ESL Coordinator might be scheduled.
Depending on your son’s or daughter’s written and verbal abilities in English, he or she may need to take an English language exam which is administered on our campus prior to admission. If your child is transferring from a non-English speaking educational system (such as Taiwan, Korea, Japan or Thailand), he or she may need to sit for additional exams that will help us determine his or her appropriate grade level.
For more information about the requirements and procedures for admission into Dalat International School see our Admissions Handbook.