Admissions policy

Admissions policy


     Student eligibility shall be determined based on School policies and in compliance with Board regulations. In addition, the school reserves the right to exclude students or to require special supplementary measures at the parents’ expense, if the student’s goals or abilities differ significantly from the School’s objectives. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, colour, gender, national origin any of specific backgrounds. We do, however, limit the number of students per class based on our capacity to provide required learning support individually and efficiently.

     While most students will join school at the beginning of each academic year, we understand that some may arrive in Coimbatore at a later date. Based on the availability of places, we are happy to admit students throughout the year. Manchester International School is a residential cum day boarding school. Boarding facilities is offered as an option from Grade 3 onwards. Students from all around the world can enroll as full term / weekly or as day boarding. MIS is a co-educational school for students aged 3 to 18. We offer the world-renowned Curriculum:

  • Montessori in Early Years Programme  - Age 3 to 6
  • International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme – IB PYP
  • Cambridge International Examination - CIE – IGCSE and A LEVEL
  • Central Board of Secondary Education - CBSE

Admissions standards:

Admission in all cases is contingent upon a determination by the Board of Directors and / or Head of School that:

  • The student will be able to meet the school’s academic standards;
  • The student has exhibited acceptable behaviour in his/her previous school;
  • The school will be able to meet any special needs of the student;
  • The student will embrace the school’s mission.

Non-discrimination 

The Manchester International School celebrates the diversity in our society. The School ensures that each student is treated with dignity and respect and protected from threats, discrimination, physical harm and/or harassment from other students and/or school staff. The School treats all students equally regardless of gender, race, national or ethnic identity, sexual orientation or religion in allowing them access to courses of study, career guidance, preparation and qualifying examinations for further study, athletics and extracurricular activities. School regulations, communications and staff development opportunities shall reinforce these expectations.

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