Admissions policy

Admissions and Eligibility

All applicants to CLIP are considered, regardless of their ethnicity, religion, sex, or national origin. Applicants are interviewed and assessed by the respective Director of the relevant School or their representative. A profile of each candidate is developed, which includes quantitative and qualitative data. The former involves testing results and school records, such as grade and progress reports, exam and test results, psychological and/or psychiatric assessments, etc. Qualitative data includes student interviews, home assessments and personal observations made by staff. The above notwithstanding, CLIP is a non-selective school.


Eligibility Requirements - Language

English is the language of instruction at all year groups. The ability to access the curriculum successfully within a reasonable time and to thrive in our English-language learning environment is the guiding principle for admission to the school. English as Additional Language (EAL) support is available within our academic programme.

General Information

If you are interested in enrolling at CLIP, please follow the step below (from January 2021). If you require any additional information or have any questions regarding the admissions process, please contact us through 

This will take you directly to the Admissions Office and we will get back to you as soon as possible to tell you more about our school and support you in completing the process.

The first stage of the admissions process is online registration. Parents/Guardians seeking admission must register their interest online from January 2021. For the academic year 2020/2021, we have no vacancies.
Our Admission Officer will then notify in terms of the availability and provide you with any guidance required.