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Admission procedure

Admissions are open for the 2020-2021 school year!

Our Admissions Office is working normal business hours, despite lockdown. Please contact us to arrange a video-conference or telephone consultation, and get started with your child's application. We are set up to guide you remotely and look forward to hearing from you.

Please click on the following link for a virtual tour of the school! MIS Virtual Tour


Applications for the 2020-2021 school year should be received between January and April 6th 2020. Given the current situation, we are however still accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year although our formal application deadline is past. 


Please contact our principal in order to arrange a meeting if you wish to enroll your child for the coming school year. An initial assessment in English and Maths will be scheduled for students entering at the primary and middle school level. Please contact the principal for more information on admissions.


We accept students from 2 years old until Year 9 (grade 8; 4ème). Malherbe International School has an open admissions policy and accepts applications throughout the academic year. We look forward to meeting future students and their family.

You may contact our Principal:


Miss Anne Claire Malherbe
E-mail: principal@malherbe-school.com
Telephone +33 (0)1 39 76 47 37

We will request previous school records for secondary school and primary students, as well as a letter of recommendation from the current class teacher; admission will be subject to evaluation of the student’s level. For admission into one of our pre-primary classes, we do not require a formal evaluation of the child’s English level, although an interview with the Principal is strongly recommended in order to discuss each individual case.


An overview of our application requirements is available here.


Our small class size enables the school to accommodate many educational backgrounds and can be tailored in some circumstances to give extra support if necessary. This also includes varying academic levels.


Decisions about the admission of children with special educational needs are taken by the Principal based on the extent to which the school is able to meet the student’s needs. Individual assessments are required for these students and often the school will request a recent Educational Psychologist’s report to ensure that the school can meet the student’s needs.




Dernière modification : 22/09/2020