A campus tour will provide the opportunity for students and families to find out more about Rocklin International School Kuala Lumpur. Families will have a chance to look at the campus and learn more about Rocklin’s philosophy, its curriculum and academic structure. The visit is a requirement in Rocklin’s admissions procedure to ensure a smooth process from the start.
Students from Kindergarten up to Grade 9 are required to under table an entry-level assessment to gauge their English and Mathematical proficiency, and if they demonstrate safe and sociable behaviour. English as a second language (ESL) support will be provided to students who require further assistance.
Students from Grade 10 to Grade 12 are required to produce academic transcripts from previous schools to show evidence of previous credit attainment and character references. English as a second language (ESL) support will be provided to students who require further assistance.
If required, an admissions interview with the principal may be requested. The interview must be attended in person, or by ritual meeting, by prospective student. The admission decision is reached based upon age and behavioural appropriateness, past academic results, a face to face interview, the results of the admissions testing and whether a suitable place is available at Rocklin.
Students are recommended to attend an optional 2-day trial. The immersive classroom experience will confirm whether Rocklin, students and their family feel that they can integrate with ease and have their academic and social-emotional needs met in Rocklin.
Once the completed documentation has been received, including the payment of the required assessment and trial fees, the Admissions Office will contact the prospective parents and set a date for the 2-day trial. This may be extended by another 2 days if further assessment is required. Following the Academic Team’s decision, the Admissions Office will inform the family as to the status of their child’s application within a week.