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    2021-22 ADMISSION FORM
    Please Read Through All Instructions Carefully

    Remember, the applicant and parent should sign off before submitting the form.

    Documents to be submitted with the application form:

    Copy of the student’s birth certificate (for new students)
    Copy of the first page and last page of the student’s passport (Only applicable if birth
    certificate not available)
    1 passport photo is attached with the application form.
    School leaving certificate from the previous school (for new applicants)
    Original mark sheet from the previous school of last class attended.

    Students applying for a place at Central High International School

    For AS/A level and IGCSE students, the school will check the grades from your previous school, to ensure that you are eligible for a school place in the desired class group.
    Some subjects such as Science and Commerce may require a higher grade. Students
    should check carefully the “2021 Entry Requirements for courses” with the school administration team.
    All applicants will be considered equally

    Refused Applications

    If you are not eligible (because of lack of grades or incorrect subject choice) your application will be refused. You are advised to contact the admissions team for further guidance.
    If you have any questions, please contact CHIS Admissions Officer on +265 998 74 07 43 or by email at

    Please Note:

    If a student is offered a place on the basis of false or intentionally misleading information provided, the offer of the school admission may be withdrawn.
    If you no longer require a place, please contact the Admissions Team so that your place may be offered to another student.


    Date Joining Class applied for*

    Previous School*


    Age* DOB*




    Title* :
    Gender* :




    Note: If none of Medical conditions / Medical events / Description then please select none option. This section is mandatory.

    *Medical conditions:
    Heart condition
    Multiple sclerosis
    Nut allergy

    *Medical events:
    Medical inspection

    Medical inspection
    Small pox
    Whooping cough


    Please choose from this list the group which most closely matches your child’s ethnic identity.*




    Additional information (Optional)

    Expiry date of passport

    Visa expiry date

    Meals(√) – What does the student have during Break time and Afternoon time

    Home meals
    Tuck shop meal

    Mode of transport while travelling to and from School (√)

    Private car
    LMJ bus
    Public transport

    Known disabilities : No disability
    Problems with mobility
    Problems with hand function and dexterity
    Problems with eating and drinking
    Problems with medication
    Problems with incontinence
    Problems with communication
    Problems with learning
    Problems with hearing
    Problems with vision
    Problems with behaviour
    Problems with consciousness
    Problems with ASD/Asperges
    Problems with Palliative care need
    Other disability/health problem
    Problem with personal care

    Learning support – Areas additional support is needed :
    Vision and sight
    Behaviour and self control
    verbal and communication

    Educational Diagnosis :
    Awaiting diagnosis

    Parental consent :
    Internet access
    Copyright permission
    Photograph student
    Data exchange
    School visit

    Education from age 11 in date order (Applicable to all new students) i.e. Form 1 to A levels

    Name of School/CollegeEntry dateLeaving date

    Examinations already taken, or to be taken before joining Central High International School (Applicable to all new students) i.e. Form 1 to A levels

    LevelSubjectDateResultExam board


    Subject Choices

    Subjects offered at Lower Secondary level: (Form 1 to Form 3)

    MathematicsChemistryBusiness Education
    GeographyArt & DesignICT
    PhysicsHistoryPhysical Education

    This section is only for IGCSE Students (Form 4 & 5)


    IGCSE Students

    • Students need to opt a minimum of 7 subjects
    • Below 4 subjects are compulsory for IGCSE students


    • English 1st Language/2nd Language
    • Mathematics Extended/Core
    • French as a Foreign Language
    • Information and Communication Technology

    The remaining subjects should be chosen from the choices below:

    • Physics/Economics
    • Chemistry/Accounting
    • Biology/Business studies
    • History/Environmental Management/Geography
    • Art & Design (Optional subject)

    IGCSE Subject Choice: Please list down a minimum of 7 subjects from the choices above


    This section is only for AS/A level students

    A levels Entry requirements

    • Age: 15.5 +
    • Academic requirements: 5 IGCSE passes at grade C or above in Extended level subjects
    • Transfer letter from previous school (applicable to new students)


    Information TechnologyEnglish LanguageGeography

    Please select a minimum of 4 subjects from the above list and write it down below

    Level applied for:(Please Tick (√)

    A level


    Central High International School ‘Rules and Conditions’

    1. General Conduct

    Students have the responsibility:
    • To attend school regularly (Absences will not be tolerated)
    • To respect the rights of others to learn
    • To respect their peers and teachers regardless of ethnicity, religion, or gender
    • To respect the property of the school and others
    • To carry out reasonable instructions to the best of their ability
    • To conduct themselves in a courteous and appropriate manner in school and in public
    • To keep the school environment and the local community free from litter
    • To strictly observe the uniform code of the school
    • To read all school notices and bring them to their parent’s/guardian’s attention
    2. Student appearance

    School uniform should be worn tidily and correctly both at school and between home and school.
    The full school uniform must be worn at all times. Shirts are to be tucked in. Trousers should be at
    navel level, with a black belt. A neat, smart demeanor will be appreciated.

    2.1) Where a situation arises concerning a student’s uniform, written requests of formal type for
    the temporary wearing of non-regulation items must be referred to the headmaster or senior

    2.2) Garments and accessories - Students are not allowed to wear jewellery in school, except a
    normal watch. Jewellery of religious/cultural significance may be worn but should be covered at
    all times. No piercings are allowed.

    Any excessive jewellery/accessories found will be confiscated and kept in the possession of the
    school for one term.

    2.3) Hair styles - A student’s hair must be kept clean and tidy at all times. The length of the hair
    should not be shorter than a ‘number 2’ razor cut. Hair should not be touching the collar and
    should be off the face at all times. The style of the hair should not be extreme, included but not
    limited to Mohawk, afro, shaved styles and/or patterns, hair tied up and braided. The colour must
    be the students own natural colour; no dye nor highlights are allowed.

    2.4) Students are not permitted to have visible tattoos.

    2.5) Extreme make up must not be worn

    3. Prohibited Items
    The followings items are not to be brought on the school grounds:
    • Alcohol or drugs/chemicals in any form
    • Non-prescription medicine
    • Cigarettes, tobacco, vaping equipment
    • Weapons nor any reasonable replica
    • Matchers/lighters or any other flammable material
    • Pornographic or any other offensive materials
    4. Mobile phones

    Mobile phones are not permitted on school premises. If a student is found of possession of a mobile
    phone, he/she will be sanctioned appropriately

    5. Learning devices:

    • Learning devices, i.e., Translators, will be permitted in school subject to prior permission
    • Students will be able to use them in class only with the permission of the teacher
    • Students will not be allowed to use these devices on the school grounds during intervals or lunchtime, unless in an authorized venue.
    • If a student uses a device inappropriately, he/she will be sanctioned appropriately
    • The security and protection, within reason, of the device will be the responsibility of the student.
    6. Bullying and Harassment

    We believe in a safe learning environment, free from all forms of bullying and harassment,
    where community members treat one another with respect. Our Anti-Bullying and Harassment
    The policy is central to these efforts.
    It is designed to promote learning, eliminate all forms of violent, harmful, and disruptive
    behaviour, and to enable students to achieve their personal and academic potential.
    We understand that certain students may be more vulnerable to bullying, harassment, hazing, or
    teasing based on actual or perceived characteristics—including race, colour, religion, age,
    ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, academic status,
    gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical appearance, disability, or any
    other classification protected under state law—or by association with a person who has or is
    perceived to have these characteristics.

    6.1) Harassment and Hazing: Harassment is any abuse of an individual or group based on race,
    colour, religion, age, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, socio-economic status,
    academic status, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical appearance,
    disability, or any other classification protected under State Law. It includes both easily-identified
    acts of oral, written, or physical abuse as well as other less obvious but equally damaging forms
    of harassment, such as remarks of “humour” or any behaviour that contributes to the creation of a
    hostile environment in which to live and learn.
    Any incidents involving sexual or any other harassment, racial, religious, or ethnic intolerance,
    physical injuries or threats, and fighting will be dealt with as disciplinary matters. Furthermore,
    the school does not tolerate humiliating or potentially harmful “rites of passage” or “initiations,”
    and such behaviors will be treated as disciplinary matters.

    6.2) Bullying: Any written or verbal expression, physical acts or gestures directed at another
    person to intimidate, frighten, ridicule, humiliate, or cause harm where the conduct is not related
    to the person’s membership in a protected class (e.g., race, sex). Bullying may include – but is
    not limited to–repeated taunting, threats of harm, verbal or physical intimidation, cyber-bullying,
    pushing, kicking, hitting, spitting, or taking or damaging another’s personal property. Bullying is
    a form of aggression that involves a power imbalance between the bully and victim, where the
    bully has actual or perceived physical, social, and/or psychological power over his/her/their
    target(s). Bullying generally involves a pattern of conduct that is directed at a victim, rather than
    a single isolated incident. Bullying behaviour may also constitute a crime.

    6.3) Cyberbullying: Bullying through the use of technology or any electronic communication. It
    includes—but is not limited to—any transfer of signs, signals, writing, images, sounds, data, or
    intelligence of any nature transmitted virtually through electronic means. Cyberbullying can
    occur via e-mail, internet communication, social media app, instant message, or any other
    electronic or network system. It also includes
    (i) the creation of a web page or blog in which the creator assumes the identity of another person
    or (ii) the knowing impersonation of another person as the author of posted content or messages
    if the creation or impersonation creates any of the conditions noted in the definition of bullying.
    Cyber-bullying also includes the electronic distribution to more than one person—or posting of
    material on an electronic medium accessible by one or more persons—if the distribution or
    posting creates any of the conditions noted in the definition of bullying.

    6.4) Discrimination: Respect for the rights of all and for the differences among us is essential
    for the health of the Deerfield community. Discrimination against others has no place here. If a
    student experiences or witnesses any discrimination by students or employees, they should
    report the incident to the headmaster immediately. Such incidents violate the ideals of our school
    and thus require a strict disciplinary response.

    6.5) Sexual Misconduct: Sexual misconduct is a broad category of prohibited behaviours that
    includes–but is not limited to–sexual harassment, unwanted touching, and any other
    non-consensual sexual behaviour including:

    • Inappropriate personal questions;
    • Sexually stereotyped or sexually charged insults, humour or verbal abuse;
    • Sexually explicit or suggestive remarks about a person’s physical attributes, clothing or
    • Leering at or ogling a person’s body;
    • Unwelcome touching;
    • Any demeaning sexual propositions;
    • Pressure exerted for sexual activity or for a relationship that takes on a sexual or romantic colouring, exceeding the limits of a healthy adult-student or student-student friendship;
    • Physical assault, or any coerced sexual relations.
    • Students facing any sort of unfair treatment should directly report to the headmaster, immediately.
    • The disciplinary committee will look at matters on a case per case basis, and punishment can range from a formal warning to expulsion!
    7. Library use and IT lab regulations

    All regular books can be checked-out except REFERENCE BOOKS and PERIODICALS
    A borrower is held responsible for all library materials in use.
    No book or any library material may be brought out of the library until the loan has been
    Any overdue item not returned after the final reminder letter has been sent shall be considered as
    lost. The cost of replacing the item will be notified to the student

    7.1) Overdue charges

    Books: There will be a charge for overdue book(s) of 500.00 Kwacha per book per day.

    Reserve books: There will be a charge for overdue book(s) of 500.00 MW per hour.
    Payment of overdue, damage or loss (any penalties) shall be made at the
    bursar’s office
    7.2) Losses/Damages
    If the item is lost or damaged the library should be contacted immediately. The following will be
    charged for the lost or damaged library materials:
    It is a serious offence to mutilate damage, misplace or refuse to return library material.
    Underlining, marking, folding of pages in the book etc. are strictly prohibited. If found guilty,
    User will be charged double the cost of that particular material.
    The user has to replace an identical copy (being the latest edition at the time of loss) at his/her
    own expense, or undertake to pay the current market price of the latest edition of the lost item
    Any attempt to steal library properties is a serious offence and will result in disciplinary
    procedures and other
    appropriate actions. until the loan has been recorded and other appropriate actions
    7.3) Computers and multimedia equipment in IT lab, Library and Class rooms

    Users are not permitted to use the computers and multimedia equipment for unauthorized purposes or non-academic related activities

    • Students must have permission to use the equipment
    • Inappropriate sites cannot be used on school premises
    • Students cannot print without permission
    • No food and drinks are allowed near technical equipment
    • Students should never tamper with the settings
    • Any sort of damages to IT equipment may result in a disciplinary action and the student may be entitled to pay the cost of the damages.
    8. Environment

    It is the responsibility of every student in the school to ensure that the school is free from litter. The property of the school, staff, students and visitors need to be respected at all times. Thefts and vandalism are strictly forbidden.

    9. Damages

    Damage of any kind must be reported to senior management immediately. In the case of negligence or willful damage, the student will be expected to contribute part or all of the costs of repair. Additional disciplinary action will follow
    depending on the severity of the case.

    10)Attendance. Tardiness. Absenteeism

    Students are required to attend all classes and remain in the school premises during school hours. No student may leave school during interval or lunch without prior permission.

    10.1) The 90 Percent rule
    An attendance record of at least 90% for the academic year is expected of each student.
    The 90 per cent rule applies to all absences, including excused absences, therefore parents should think carefully before requesting a leave.
    The attendance record will be evaluated on a term basis. For those students who fail to meet the attendance criteria in the first term, they will be promoted to the second term on a ‘conditional basis, and they will have to ensure their attendance is not compromised in the second term, in order to be promoted to the third term.
    Failure to keep up with the attendance policy in term 1 and term 2 will mean the student will not be allowed to appear for the final term exams, and the student will have to repeat the year.

    10.2) Absences
    If you know your child is going to be absent for any reason, please inform the headmaster’s office and leave a message with the student’s name, form class, and reason for absence. Kindly ensure the school is notified on the same day before the closure of normal activity.
    After an absence from school, the student must bring, on the day of return, a letter signed by their parents/guardians, stating the reason for absence, and take it to the form teacher. The letter should be formal and on an A4 paper, this will be filed to the student records.
    In the event of an absence exceeding 2 days, the absence should be explained by a medical certificate.
    All absences including the ones approved by the school will be accounted for and will go against the attendance record of the student.
    10.3) Absences excused by school
    Although perfect attendance is the goal, it’s not always possible. Reasons that may qualify for a legitimate absence include:

    • Observe a religious holy day
    • Attend a required court appearance
    • Attend a healthcare appointment
    • Personal illness (supported by a medical document)
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Medical treatment (supported by a medical document)
    10.4) Excessive absences
    Both the child and parent are responsible for unexcused absences.
    After too many unexcused absences, the school is required to notify the parent. A compulsory attendance notification will be sent to the parent if a student has unexcused absences on 10 or more days or parts of days within a term period. Notice it says “parts of days.” This means that leaving school early, or arriving excessively late in the day, even if the child attended for some of the days, may count as an absence.
    The compulsory attendance letter gives the parent notice that the student has accumulated too many unexcused absences and gives the parent a chance to correct the child’s attendance record.
    10.5) Truancy (Bunking)

    Truancy is any intentional, unjustified, unauthorized, or illegal absence from compulsory education. It is a deliberate absence by a student's own free will and usually does not refer to legitimate excused absences, such as ones related to medical conditions.
    Frequent Truancy may result in a student not being able to graduate or to receive a grade for classes attended until the time lost to truancy is made up through a combination of detention and fines.
    When a student misses a class intentionally in School, Parents will be notified immediately and appropriate action will be taken.
    The Student will be marked absent immediately shall this become a regular situation.
    10.6) Tardiness
    A student is tardy if she or he is not present at the start of class.
    All students must be at the school before 7.00am sharp.
    Latecomers must report to their form teachers and obtain a ‘’Late Pass’’ in order to attend the classes for the day.

    Students shall:

    • Arrive to each and every class on time prepared to learn.
    • Monitor their own attendance and adhere to the consequences
    • Report attendance errors to their teacher.

    Parents/Guardians shall:

    • Support their child in arriving to school on time
    • Communicate and reinforce school expectations around attendance
    • Monitor accumulated absences and tardiness
    • Report attendance errors to the teacher, attendance office, Principal, or designee
    • Contact the school to report the absences daily.

    Frequent late arrivals may result in the student not attending class and being sent back home, with further disciplinary actions followed.


    11)Leave applications
    Parents, please consider carefully the effect on learning and the consequences of asking for leave during school time.
    The process of applying for leave for the student is:

    11.1) One or two days leave period

    • Parents/guardians shall write to the headmaster well in advance, notifying dates and the reason for absence. Each application is considered fully by the student’s teachers and headmaster, before being granted.
    • When requesting for leave, Parents are kindly requested to write a formal letter on a A4 paper, and signed appropriately. Leave letters are needed to be attached to individual student files.
    11.2) Family travel and travel outside the vacation period

    • Parents may apply for leave using the "Application for Extended Leave —Travel" form. Travel documentation, such as travel itinerary or e-ticket, needs to be attached to the Application.
    • Students may be given work in advance to make up for the work that they will miss
    • If the Principal accepts the Application, a "Certificate of Extended Leave —Travel" will be issued.
    • Extended Leave application form should be completed and handed in to the Front Office at least one week prior to start date of leave.
    • On return from leave, students are required to complete work they have missed and return it within one week.

    12. Personal belonging

    The security of all valuable belongings brought to School by students remains the responsibility
    within reason of the student.

    13) Consent to Use Images of Students for operational and safeguarding purposes
    CHIS will need to use photographs and video recordings of pupils in the day-to-day running of
    the School. These include photographs stored on SIMS application, classroom displays, whole
    School and whole class photographs, information screens of house competitions. Where
    necessary, photographs or video recordings may also be taken as an integral part of a project,
    assignment, coursework module or as evidence of educational achievement. In addition to the
    above, CHIS may use photographs and video recordings of activities and events to document
    day-to-day life at the School for both current and prospective parents, and for marketing and
    publicity purposes. This includes, but is not limited to, the School prospectus, newsletters,
    curriculum booklets, concert and event programmes, the School website, newsletter, and the
    School social media platforms such as Facebook and YouTube
    14. Consent to Use the Internet and ICT Systems

    As an institute we try to ensure that students have good access to ICT systems, including the internet, in order to enhance their learning.

    15. School/Home communication

    All reports will be available on the SIMS App. Both email and text messages will be sent to
    contact 1 and 2 providing they have parental responsibility via the app. Registration details for
    the app will be sent out once your child is on roll, to the parent email addresses you have
    provided. To receive the registration details, contacts must be registered as Mother or Father and
    have parental responsibility.

    16. School trips

    We will provide you with information about each trip or activity before it takes place. You must
    ensure that you and your child understand and agree to any trip Code-of Conduct. You must keep
    us informed if any medical information you have provided becomes out-of-date. You must keep
    us informed if any emergency contact information you have provided becomes out-of-date

    17. Sporting Activities

    If your child is chosen to be part of a Sporting Team, then your child will attend enrichment
    clubs/fixtures as part of their learning experience. Information about the clubs/fixtures your child
    will be attending will be published on the school website. By providing consent, you understand
    that it is your responsibility to ensure that your child has means of getting home after a club/
    fixture from School.

    18. First Aid

    We have an on-site Nurse and qualified first aiders who are available at school. Any medication
    that needs to be brought into the institution will need a medical form attached which can be
    obtained from reception. Please advise of any medical issues in the medical section of this
    booklet and keep the institution informed of any changes.
    Please note that the school does not provide any sort of internal medication, the first aid will
    only assist in matters relating to physical injury and other serious matters. Internal medication
    will only be provided to those students whose parents have supplied the required medicine along
    with a medical document. In the event of an emergency we will contact the people listed in the
    Home section in order of priority.

    Capita SIMS for Parents – A new addition to our resources
    ‘’A convenient way to communicate with parents - SIMS Parent app is part of the SIMS 360
    parental engagement solution. Each module works in sync to effectively bridge the parentteacher-
    student communication gap, improving academic achievement and supporting student
    This is a latest addition added to our teaching facilities. We believe Capita SIMS is an innovative
    and efficient way to enhance the quality of education and experience that a student receives at
    Central High International School.
    Some of the key features of the app include:
    It provides an easy and accessible way for schools to communicate with parents on all aspects of
    school life.
    Parents who have more than one child attending the school can easily get hold of grouped
    information on their children via the app.
    Whether it’s sharing information on homework, timetables, school reports or conduct, parents
    can stay on top of their child’s progress throughout their education with the help of the app. They
    will have instant access to student homework, timetables, school reports and classroom
    Schools can easily send automated alerts and notifications directly to parents’ phones, and a
    clear dashboard gives parents an overview of their child’s school life, making for meaningful
    conversation at parents’ evenings once they get home.
    Effective parent engagement in schools means parents are more involved. This can help to
    support student development, and work with the school to improve outcomes for their children.
    Using the SIMS Parent app, teachers can easily manage extra-curricular activities such as school
    trips, sports activities. Teachers can now before, during or after school, easily send out invites,
    manage responses and keep parents regularly updated. Through this the parents will have now be
    part of the full picture and just not the conventional “report day activity.’’
    It is really convenient for students as wherever they may be, the SIMS Student app engages
    students by allowing them to see important information, such as their timetable, homework
    they’ve been set and feedback once it has been marked. Students can also receive alerts and
    reminders through the app, for example, if there is a careers fair happening at school tomorrow.
    Students can access all the information they need outside of school directly from their phone,
    tablet or PC.Whether they are on the school bus or on their home computer, the information they
    need is at their fingertips, which will make their life much easier and will help them plan their
    With SIMS Homework, teachers can now create homework anytime. As well as being able to
    include any relevant attachments, teachers can also view all homework that’s been created and
    monitor the submissions status of every student. Parents are also able to view homework
    information; therefore, they are aware of the homework a student has received on a daily basis.
    20) Motor Vehicles
    Students are not permitted to drive in their motor vehicles to school. They should be dropped
    and collected at all times.

    21. Payment options
    Payments to be made directly to our bank account. To avoid delays in processing your application, kindly ensure to send the confirmation of payment to the admissions office.

    Fees structure per term for the academic year 2021/2022

    Year 7 , 8 & 9MWK 700,000
    Year 10 & 11MWK 800,000
    AS/A LevelsMWK 900,000

    Bank Details

    Bank name: First Capital Bank

    Account name: Central High School

    Account no: 0220011003

    Once parents sign the Application Form, a contractual obligation is formed.
    The school academic year consists of 3 terms evenly spread out through the academic year
    Parents subsequently withdrawing their child without giving a full term’s notice, will be liable to pay for that particular term’s fees.

    22. Data protection

    When you sign this application form, you agree that we can process your information and keep a
    copy of your form to collect data and prevent fraud.
    The school’s Data Protection Policy applies to the personal data held by the school’s Board of
    Management which is protected by the Data Protection Acts. The policy applies to all school staff,
    the Board of Management, parents/guardians, students and others (including prospective or
    potential students and their parents/guardians and applicants for staff positions within the school)
    insofar as the measures under the policy relate to them. Data will be stored securely, so that
    confidential information is protected in compliance with relevant legislation. This policy sets out
    the manner in which personal data and special categories of personal data will be protected by the
    We plan carefully when gathering personal data so that we build in the data protection principles
    as integral elements of all data operations in advance.
    We audit the personal data we hold in order to

    • Be able to provide access to individuals to their data
    • Ensure it is held securely
    • Document our data protection procedures
    • Enhance accountability and transparency
    • Only collect and hold data for its intended purpose.
    • Give data subjects control over the use of their personal data.
    • Ensure that third parties with whom they share data also process data securely.

    Appropriate security measures will be kept in place to prevent breaches of data, and these will be
    updated on a regular basis.

    23. Form indemnity

    This indemnity agreement is to be signed by the student and if the student is under the age of eighteen years by the parent/legal guardian also. Until this indemnity has been signed and returned to the college, the student may not take part
    in any activities organized by School. In the event of the Principal of CHIS arranging or authorizing CHIS staff to take me/my son/my daughter on a trip outside the premises of CHIS, I hereby undertake to indemnify the principal/head
    teacher and such members of the staff against: a) any claims, damages or costs which they or any of them may be or become liable to pay in consequence of any injury or damage to or illness of me/my said son/daughter occurring during or as a
    result of any of the said trips. b) any claims by any third party which may be made against them or any of them in consequence of any act or default of me/my said son/daughter during or as a result of any of the said trips. c) any other
    costs and expenses reasonably incurred by them or any of them on behalf of me/my said son/daughter during or as a result of any of the said trips.


    Agreement,signature & Uploads

    I confirm that all the information provided in this form is correct and will inform the
    academy with any changes, or alternatively, use the School SIMS App to advise of any
    changes (School SIMS App login details will be provided after your child joins). All parent
    communication and school reports will be available via the app.

    I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions of Central High International School. I
    undertake to pay the fees as they are due and either to give the required notice of cancellation
    or withdrawal, or to pay the required fees in lieu of notice.

    I read and agree with the terms and conditions.

    Student Photograph* (upload png or jpg files here max 5 MB)

    Student Passport / Birth certificate* (upload pdf,png or jpg files here max 5 MB)

    Transfer letter from previous school (upload pdf,png or jpg files here max 5 MB)

    Previous Class Results (upload pdf,png or jpg files here max 5 MB)