Welcome to Exupery International School (EIS). We are delighted you are interested in our school and look forward to guiding you through the admission process.
Good reasons to choose us:
The EIS Curriculum complies with requirements for international schools and allows for differentiation and students choice to serve at the best quality to the individual needs of every child and provide a strong academic foundation for the child’s further education and career.
Modern technologies are integrated in daily life of our school. 3D-printer, VR, 3D-monitor, iMac-classroom, Windows-classroom, interactive smartboards, Apple-TV, i-pads, digital piano.
We ensure a healthy environment for your child through a delicate combination of natural and artificial light in all rooms, and by protecting the rooms from overheating, even in direct sunlight. The EIS ventilation system cycles air 8 times per hour in all rooms. Additionally, the school is equipped with acoustic panels that are used to reduce noise pollution and control the volume throughout the building.
Our expansive school library already holds more than 10,000 books in four languages: English, French, Russian, Latvian.
How To Apply
Once you feel knowledgeable about our school and practices, follow the
simple steps below to ensure a successful admissions process.
EIS may enroll a child in preschool and in school during the entire
academic year depending on the number of available spaces in groups and grades.
The admissions process at a glance
A guide to the age groups of the students
Students start their studies in Grade 1 in the academic year that they turn 7. For the
applicants applying for the higher grade, they will be assessed based on the previous school experience
and the grade attended before.
After completing the Application for Placement form you will receive a notification via e-mail. For Grades 2-9 applicants, please send a copy of the student’s report cards/transcripts from their current school to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.1. After completing the Application for Placement, the admissions manager will contact you within 2 working days
in order to confirm the date of the placement test and interviews.
2.2. Placement test and Interview day:
For applicants applying to Preschool, a “trial day” will be scheduled parallel
to a campus tour and family meeting with preschool administration.
For applicants applying to Grades 1 & 2: there will be a placement diagnostic
test for the applicant and a meeting with the family members.
For applicants applying to Grades 3-9: The applicant will be interviewed by
the admissions test proctor together with Reading Diagnostic Test that is done to
determine the student’s levels of academic performance in the area of reading.
This test is done in English. The time of the test and interview is up to 45 min.
After it the applicant will do an English placement test (30-45 min). The meeting
with the family will be held during the applicants’ English test.
2.3. Wait for admission results!
The admissions manager will contact you within 5 working days of completing the tests
and interviews. You will receive admissions results via e-mail.
For preschool applicants, in addition to admission results, you will be sent the list
of extra clothes and any other necessary belongings for your child to fully enjoy their studies in preschool.
3.1. In order to confirm your intention to enroll the applicant in Exupery International School,
you will need to provide a hard copy of the signed Application for Enrollment and read and accept
Terms and Conditions of EIS:
You will be invoiced for the EIS Enrollment Fee within 5 working days of the Admissions Office receiving
a signed application form confirming your intention to join the school/preschool.
Once the invoice has been paid, your child will be considered enrolled at EIS.
3.2. Two weeks before your child’s first day at school, the following documents have to be provided to the
Official medical statements (Form 026/U);
An official medical statement about vaccination or an alternative note from a general practitioner;
A general practitioner’s reference that child is generally healthy.
Official medical statements (Form 026/U);
An official medical statement about vaccination or an alternative note from general practitioner;
A general practitioner’s permission to participate in Sport lessons;
Student’s personal file and (for Grade 2-9). EIS may request additional documents that might be required in order to be enrolled at the school.
For Preschool students there are two options for studies: the Long Term option runs from September to July, and the Short Term option runs from September to mid-June.
School fees for grades 1-92019.—2020. m.g.
Tuition fee (Annual)€ 16 429
Enrolment fee (Annual)€ 500
Capital fee€ 1 500
PAYMENT SCHEDULE OPTIONS FOR SCHOOL AND PRESCHOOL
Tuition and other school fees may be paid in one, two, or four instalments, as per the following schedule:
Months of invoicing
The tuition fee is non-refundable for the terms already started; no deductions are made for your child's absence for any reason.
The Enrolment fee
EIS can enroll a child in Preschool and in School during the whole academic year in terms of the number of available spaces in groups and grades.
The enrolment fee shall be paid for every child based on the submitted application for enrolment for every new academic season. The enrolment fee is non-refundable. This fee must be paid in full even in cases of late enrolment.
The Capital fee
The capital fee shall be paid for every child, only once, in the first year of enrolment with the EIS School/Preschool system. The capital fee must be paid once alongside the first semester fees and is non-refundable.
Families with three or more children in EIS system may apply for discount on tuition fees. For our discount policy, please refer to the EIS Admission Team.
Depending on the school grade or child's age, additional paid service options are available at EIS. Among such services there are: Meal Program Payments The meals are provided three times a day and include breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack. The meals are provided by our outsourced partner company, 36 Line. The meal program cost will be communicated to the families before the commencement of the school year. The payments for the meals should be made by the family on a quarterly basis.
School Bus (transfer service) Based on the school calendar, this service starts in the second week of school; parents need to pre-book their child’s seat in a bus with a specific frequency. There are bus routes available from Rīga and Jūrmala. Payments should be made in advance in accordance with the following options: full, half-season, one-way, or return trips. The transfer service is provided by the school partners (transport companies) and the cost will be communicated to the families before the commencement of the school year.
International field trips for school students International field trips are organized by the school and are optional. The cost of the trips shall be fully covered by the student’s parents.