Our Admissions officers are eager to meet you and show you around the school to get a first-hand look at the exciting learning activities happening in the classrooms at St. John's.



Please contact the Admissions Office by completing a brief online form and our team will be in touch. Please do not forget to inform us about how you would like to be contacted.

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Recommended, but not required. To book a visit or a virtual tour.

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It is a normal part of our admissions process that you will be asked for an interview. We will try to accommodate your schedule as much as possible. Should you not be in the country within an acceptable timeframe, this interview can also be arranged remotely.


You can formally start the application process to St. John's online here.
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Admissions Entry Criteria

St. John’s International School is an IB World School. Admission to St. John’s is open year-round to students of all nationalities, faiths, and backgrounds. At St. John’s, we are committed to meeting each student’s needs to the best of our ability. The final decision on acceptance and placement is taken based on the potential of the applicant to benefit from the programmes and educational services available.

You can find our terms and conditions below. (Version française: ici)

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Entry criteria for IB Programmes

IB Primary Years Programme & IB Middle Years Programme

The Primary and Middle Years Programme are open to all students at St. Johns from Grades K-10.  The Programme is inclusive by design; students of all interests and academic abilities can benefit from participation with appropriate stretch and challenge for all.

IB Diploma Programme

St. John’s International School operates an inclusive admissions policy and encourages all students to attempt the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. St. John’s also offers the possibility for students to follow individual, or a selection of IB Diploma Programme courses, as well as Advanced Placement (AP) courses, if the full IB Diploma is not suitable.

All candidates will meet with the admissions department, IBDP Coordinator and/or Counsellor, and Support Team (if needed), to help guide the candidate in their choices relative to the course selection.

Acceptance and access to the IBDP diploma, courses, and AP courses, will be at the discretion of the High School principal and will be based upon the student’s ability to access and benefit from the challenging international curriculum and programmes offered by the school.

Language Criteria for Admissions

English is the primary language of instruction throughout the school. We will consider those students who are not proficient in English if we believe that, over their projected time at St. John’s, they will be able to develop proficiency in academic English sufficient to enter the IB Diploma Programme. Grade 8 is the last year to which an absolute beginner English Learner is admitted to the school.

Acceptance to St. John’s is at the discretion of the principal.