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SCHOOL ADMISSION

As an international school, we will admit children from different cultures within Africa and across the international community. Admission to the school is selective. We are committed to ensuring that our pupils have access to the highest standards in education, and that also implies learning from other pupils as well as the classroom teacher.

Skills in English and academic levels are evaluated for all applicants from Year 1 upwards and we interview all students to get a holistic picture beyond just their academic level. We expect all students to contribute to school life outside of the classroom: sports, drama and music.

Application for the registration of a pupil must be made by the parents or caregiver/guardian of the pupil. Documents necessary for registration must include; birth certificate of the child, 2 recent passport sized photographs, international passport data page, an immunization card and reports and transfer documents from the immediate previous school. All of these must be submitted to the School to process the admission of the pupils.

HOW DO I APPLY?

Applications to the school should be made by visiting the school: Royal Crescent Valley International School,1 Budo-Egba Street, Adjacent Lubcon Oil Nig. Ltd, Warah Road, Hajj Camp Ilorin, Phase III, plot 21, Awolowo Road Kulende Estate, Ilorin Kwara state and Royal Crescent Valley Street, Off Awolowo Road, Kulende Housing Estate, Ilorin, Kwara State. And acquire an application pack. Once an application has been made, a member of the Admission team will be in contact to answer any questions and assist you with the Application Process. For more information call: 08033737571, 09098284770, 08156960453

CONDITIONS GOVERNING ENROLLMENT AND ADMISSIONS

All parents are requested to note that the enrollment and admission to Royal Crescent Valley International School are subject to the conditions set out below. Parent are asked to sign the relevant section of the application form in recognition of their acceptance of these conditions.

1. This application should be submitted with full payment of the school fees.

2. This application is made on the understanding that the child (also referred to as the ‘applicant’) has a sufficient command of English and is fully able to participate in and benefit from the school curriculum without extensive individual assistance. If information relevant to the extent of the child’s educational, emotional, social or health need has not been made apparent to the school on the date of admission, the school reserves the right to ask the parents to withdraw the child , based on the School’s assessment (in its sole discretion) that the School is unable to meet such needs,

3. Upon receipt by the school of the fully completed application, the applicant will be considered for enrolment. All applicants who satisfy the entry requirements may be:-

i. Offered a place in the School or

ii. If there is no place immediately available, placed on the waiting list. (please note that an applicant’s position on the waiting list is subject to the priority system of the school)

4. The parent accepts that placement of the applicant into a particular year group is determined by the applicant’s age on 1 September of each academic year.

5. Upon the School’s offer of a place, the parent must accept the offer in writing or by e-mail by the date specified in the letter, otherwise the offer is deemed withdrawn. Upon the acceptance of the place in the school, the parent shall pay the school fees for the first term and the following term based on the amount applicable at the time of admission. The school fees for the following term is herein referred to as ‘Advance Fees’ ( For the current fees, please visit the school) Please note, however, that all fees are subject to variation at any time and that the fees rates indicated on the schedule may not be the rates applicable at the date of admission. The conditions on the offer letter form part of the Admission Conditions

6. ADVANCE FEES

a. Return of the Advance Fees (without interest) less any amounts which are due and payable. Where notice of withdrawal is given by the Withdrawal deadline and withdrawal is to take effect on either the last day of a half-term or the last day of a full term, the Advance Fees, less any amounts which are due and payable to the School, will be returned in full (without interest)

b. Return of the Advance Fees (without interest) less 50% of a term’s fee. Where notice of withdrawal is not given in accordance with the above requirements, but is given before the start of a new term, an amount equivalent to 50% of the new term’s fee will be retained by the School as liquidated damages to the School as a consequence of the failure by the parent to give a Notice of Withdrawal has been given by the start of the start of a new term, 100%m of the Advance Fees will be forfeited in lieu of notice as liquidated damages to the school as a consequence of the failure by the parent to give a Notice of Withdrawal in accordance with the School’s requirements.

c. Refund of the part of the Advance Fee. The refund of all or any part of the Advance Fees will be made as soon as practicable after it has become due to the individual(s), company or organization by whom it was paid to the School, unless that party notifies the School in writing that the refund is to be made to a named parent of the child or to that parent’s representative. In the case of deposits paid by cheque, the refund will be made to the individual(s) company or organization indicated as the drawer of the cheque.

d. Notwithstanding that the Advance Fees should not be used to offset any school fees due and payable to the school, in the event that there are any school fees due and payable to the school, the schools at its absolute discretion, reserves the right to deduct such amounts (the same being liquidated damages) from the Advance Fees on the last day of a half-term or the last day of a full term.

e. In the event that the party who paid the Advance Fees cannot be traced after the school has used all reasonable endeavors, the school will be entitled to retain the Advance Fees, or that part of it that is refundable to the party who cannot be traced, for its own use.

f. In the event of some incident or event occurring within or affecting Nigeria such that the School is required by the relevant authorities of the Nigerian Government to close during the period and/or aftermath of such incident or event, the school will not be obliged to refund all or any part of the fees or Advance Fees.

7. RE-ADMISSION TO THE SCHOOL

a. Where a child has been withdrawn from the school and the Advance Fees has been repaid, no enrolment fee will be payable if the child is readmitted to the School in the term immediately following the term in which the withdrawal takes place. If the child is readmitted to the school more than one term after the term in which the withdrawal takes place/ the full enrolment fee will be payable at the prevailing rate of readmission.

b. Where a child has been withdrawn from the school but the school has, at the request of the parent, retained the Advance fees, no further enrolment fee will be payable should the child be readmitted to the school, irrespective of either the period of time for which the child has not been a student or the prevailing enrolment fee at the time of admission.

8. LATE PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES 

The school will charge a 5% late payment fee on any late payment made by parents on their school fees. In the event that school fees are still outstanding 1 month for the school fees, the school reserves the right to forfeit that school fees and to exclude the child from attending any classes without any further notice.

9. The headmaster may require at any time the withdrawal of a child from the School for any cause judged by the headmaster in his absolute discretion to be adequate. Adequate cause may include matters such as the child’s misconduct or the child’s inability to participate in and benefit fully from the school curriculum without extensive individual assistance. It may also include the failure at the stage of applying for a place in the school to declare accurately and fully the extent of the child’s individual educational needs.

10. In the event of some incident or event occurring within or affecting Royal Crescent Valley International School or Nigeria, the School has at the discretion to close the Scholl during the occurrence and/or aftermath of such incident or event. In such event, the school will not be obliged to refund any fees paid to and received by the school.

11. (Not applicable to Nigerian Citizens and Permanent Residents) Admission to, and continued status as a student at, the school is conditional on the child possessing a valid study visa or dependant visa issued by the Immigration Department of the Federal Government of Nigeria. As the validity of the Student’s or Dependant’s visa may be affected by a change in the parent’s employment or by the expiry of an Employment visa or any change in the parent’s Nigerian immigration status, the parent undertakes to keep the school informed on these matters.

12. Where the need arises and the situation is such that neither parent can be contacted to give consent, the headmaster may authorize the medical examination of a child, the calling of further medical or specialist advice or the removal of the child to a nursing home or hospital, all expenses thereby incurred being for the parent’s account.

13. The parent accepts that the school cannot be responsible for any personal injury which the child may sustain at any time within the school premises or elsewhere which is not attributable to the fault or the school, its officers or employees. The parent also accepts that in no circumstances can the school be liable for any loss of or damage to property of any other kind whatsoever which the child may sustain.

14. It is the parent’s responsibility to keep the school updated with relevant changes to contact data.

15. The school will not be bound legally by any verbal advice it has given.

16. The Admission Conditions shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.