A Christian, International, Co-Educational, Residential School
Thank you for recognising Paramjyoti School as one of your preferences for your child’s schooling. Read through the following carefully before you go ahead with the admissions.
The academic year begins in July. We start welcoming applications one year before the date of admission. The Admissions’ Committee will meet in April each year to deliberate the selection of students as per the vacancies available. The school would not normally accept admissions for Standard 10 (the final year of the ICSE & IGCSE course) unless under exceptional circumstances. Please follow the steps below through the application process:
An enquiry form should be sent first online or submitted in person.
Get the application package and fill and submit the application form along with the following.
Reference forms should be completed by the child’s current school (in the case of homeschooled children, the parent or home tutor can complete these forms).
Pre-admission medical form.
Application fees – an amount of (INR) ₹ 500 by way of CASH / BANK TRANSFER or DEMAND DRAFT only payable to Paramjyoti School and drawn on any bank in Amalapuram. Cheques will not be accepted. This is NON-REFUNDABLE.
A covering letter indicating why the family wishes their child to study at Paramjyoti School, which offers an international curriculum
Recent school report
Copy of birth certificate and Aadhaar card
Copy of passport (if applicable)
Paramjyoti School intends to be a small quality school (total enrollment approximately 400), and this means vacancies are few. There may be occasions when new admissions are not possible for some classes. We want the prospective aspirants to be aware of the limitations.
To uphold the integrity of our admissions policy, we cannot respond to pressure or representation. Admissions will be fairly and compassionately considered on their merits. We can reassure you that Paramjyoti School will do its best for each and every applicant for admission.
Paramjyoti School prefers students to be in boarding (from age 10 years upwards), and there is only a small quota of boarding students.