Q: What if my child didn’t pass the admission exams for non-academic reasons?
A: Students with Learning difficulties:
● If the admission committee suspects any signs of learning difficulties/disabilities; for example: speech, language or cognitive delay, ADHD, social or emotional stress or anxiety, more specific screening tools will be required to determine the kind of learning difficulty/disability the student may be suffering from.
● In such cases parents will be asked to have their children assessed in specialized centers to determine the type and degree of disability, so as to make an informed decision about the student’s admission and set a plan to accommodate for his/her needs.
● The Admissions Committee submits files of students with special educational needs to the Learning Support Team for the purpose of determining the suitability of the educational program for each student.
● Conditional acceptances and/or flexible placement options may be considered if there is uncertainty about the match of student and curriculum.