At Dewey International School – American Curriculum, we accept students’ admissions throughout the calendar year based on the first-come, first serve basis. Students need to go through our standard admission process that requires every student regardless of their background level of English language skills to undergo the Placement Test. Our main enrolment starts in early August each year, which marks the commencement of our school year. Application Forms are available at the counter of our relation office locating in the main building of Dewey International School (400m to the east Samdach Sor Kheng Bridge, Battambang province). Priorities are given to families who believe that they are coming to the right school and seek to enrol their children immediately.
The best way to communicate with our registration office is to call (+855 536 373 747, + 855 95 890 909) or walk in person to discuss your child’s education plan with our school director or educational specialist. We work to provide our best service to you who have trust in our education service. We also welcome your inquiry from 7:00 AM to 7:30 PM Monday-Friday. Once we received the call or walk-in inquiry, our relation office personnel will make a follow-up call or home visit to ensure that we provide the best and complete information for your decision.
Upon your decision to enrol your child in our school, you will need to fill in the Application Form, and bring along other required document as stated below. The enrolment is considered valid only after the school director reviews the Application Forms and other supporting documents, and the school fee has been paid to admission office.
The application is considered valid if the copies of the following documents are given to the admission office:
- Application Form: fully completed with signatures
- Copies of Child’s Birth Certificate, or Family Book
- Copies of parents’ ID cards or passports.
- 8 pieces of 4×6 passport photos
- Previous school records (if any)
- Placement Test Form
- Other related documents indicating students’ special needs, medical attention, health background
When the number of qualified students exceeds the available spaces, the students will be placed in the waiting-list until the spaces become available. Priority will be given to students who have the registered siblings in the schools.