Students Enrolling into the IBDP
- To enrol into the Diploma Programme, a student should have completed Grade 10 successfully with a pass percentage of at least 60% from the IGCSE, CBSE or ICSE Board
- Transfer candidates from other IB Schools are eligible to enrol to Grade 11
- New candidates will take a placement test for English, Mathematics and second language, just to ensure that they have adequate knowledge, understanding and skills to cope with the demands of the DP as well as to assess which HL/SL Courses they are to opt for
- The parents of new applicants will be given detailed orientation about the philosophy, benefits and demands of IBDP in the school itself, to help them make an informed decision
- The school will discuss the financial implications of the IBDP with you to ensure that you are able to support your ward throughout the IBDP at Sanskar School as no scholarships are available
- The applicant is subjected to Career Counselling if doubtful about his/her subject choice
Admission Form Requirements
- Birth Certificate
- Original Transfer Certificate from the school last attended
- 2 passport size photographs
- Mark Sheet of Grade X
- Photocopy of the Scholastic and Co-Scholastic achievements record from the school last attended
- Any other information parents consider necessary for the school to know
- Admission in class XI is against vacancies and the combination of subjects only.
- For students enrolling in class XI, it is mandatory to appear for the entrance test.
Sankar School is an authorized school for the Diploma Programme. All IB schools share a common philosophy–a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Sanskar School believes is important for our students.
Only schools authorised by the IB Organization can offer any of its three academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), or the Diploma Programme (and in addition the IB Career-related Certificate). For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http://www.ibo.org