The school selected a total of 260 new students from Kindergarten to 7th grade in its first school year.
Evaluation for student selection is conducted according to the student’s grade level. From kindergarten to second grade, students’ English proficiency levels are evaluated with group activities. Students in third grade and above take Math and English exams. English exams are divided into three categories: Reading, writing, and vocabulary. The total capacity of Chadwick International is 2,100, consisting of kindergarten (1 year), elementary school (5 years), junior high school (3 years), and high school (4 years).
The biggest difference between Songdo International school and other international schools is that Korean students can also apply. Most international schools allow only students with more than three years of overseas experience, or students with permanent residency to apply. However, Songdo International School’s education philosophy focuses on cultivating warm-hearted leaders and builds its curriculum centered on this philosophy, resulting in a very systematic and creative education system. In addition, the school curriculum is acknowledged by The Ministry of Education in Korea, allowing students to apply to domestic schools without taking the GED. Currently, there are about 470 students from Kindergarten to Grade 8, and from September 2012, the school plans to increase its capacity from Pre-K to Grade 9 with a total of 670 students. In May 2010, 126 students took 16 AP test subjects, a total of 207 tests. Of these, 91% of the students earned a score of 3 or higher, and 72% earned a score of 4 or higher.
- 1. Online application and application fee (non-refundable)
- 2. Submitting Supplementary Documents
- 3. Admission Test and Interview
- 4. Waiting for admission results
- 5. Formal Acceptance (Registration Process Completed)
Details of admission: http://www.chadwickinternational.org/connect/families/apply
Keeping pace with the rapidly changing educational trend, Steven academy offers a variety of classes preparing not just for the high schools and universities in the United States and other parts of the world, but also for the domestic international schools and universities admissions. The classes are offered in various levels so that the students not only can prepare for the admission tests which include recognition evaluation, English in-depth interview, and essay, but also can keep up with the intensive classes for SAT, AP, IBT, and other school subjects.