Reach International School (RIS) welcomes all types of learners of all levels. The school has dedicated itself to creating an environment free of prejudice and judgment, where regular students can co-exist with exceptional students as well as students with learning disabilities and with Special Needs. Reach International School (RIS) aims to empower all students with innovative individualized programs to enable every student to be able to learn without limits. The admissions process therefore is also very deliberate and meticulous because the school seeks to ensure that every student must be a good fit in order to be guided and educated in the most optimal way, the Reach International School (RIS) way.
Reach International School (RIS) pours itself wholeheartedly into the work of educating all learners. We spare no amount of dedication and concern when it comes to educating, stimulating and developing the students. We are, therefore, careful and selective about who we invite into our institution. While we do uphold inclusivity and welcome everyone to send in their applications, assessment and policies still apply. While we welcome all types of learners in one context, we are careful to make sure we can devote adequate time, energy, and resources to the population of students who do get admitted. We feel the moment that we take on your child to be one of our students, we are fully and unfailingly committed to training them to be the very best they can be. This is a promise that is part of our acceptance.
Process & Procedure
Parental support of the school’s philosophies, practices, and parental participation in the affairs of the student is required for the admission and continued enrollment of any student. Each applicant must take a mandatory assessment test. The results will be taken in concert to determine the acceptability of the said student. Assessment for admission will not be scheduled until all documents are received.
Reach International School (RIS) reserves the right to request any additional information before a decision for admission is made. It should be obvious but notable that providing false or incomplete information on the application for admission may result in a denial of admission or revocation of enrollment. The final decision on the appropriateness of admission, continued enrollment, reenrollment, or required withdrawal of any child rests solely with and at the discretion of the School Director.
- Parent Interview. Parents applicant must be interviewed by the Admissions Officer/Board (by appointment
- Program, Admission requirements, School Facilities Tour & Fees will be discussed at this juncture.
- Assessment Test (Php 5000.00)
- Submission of Completed Admission requirements (links attached below)
- Fully accomplished registration form
- Fully accomplished health form (Copy of student’s latest immunization record and medical clearance must be attached)
- 2 passport-sized photos
- Transcript of records/Latest copy of report card (In English)
- NSO birth certificate/ passport for foreign national or dual citizen
- For students with learning disability and/or special education needs – latest developmental report and other related reports
- Parent – Teacher conference to discuss results of diagnostic assessments (by appointment)
- Payment of fees
- Parent orientation
- Student orientation
At Reach International School (RIS), students of alien birth currently residing to the Philippines may be accepted. Our curriculum is up to par with international academic standards. Additionally, we also provide immigration assistance and integration services for foreign students.
Reach International School provides financial aid opportunities to deserving and qualified students. Applications for financial aid are coursed through the Admission Office. Please send letter of application to Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have Any Questions?
Our school year usually starts in August and ends in the first week of June.
We will implement Hybrid Learning for SY 2022 – 2023. This program combines face-to-face learning and online learning
We offer Preschool to Senior High School.
Regular Program - The general education program recognizes that students from K-12 have their own learning styles, strengths, and difficulties. Students of all ages come to school with combinations of unique and shared patterns of values, knowledge, and experience of the world and their place in it. Students under the Special Education Program are diagnosed.
Learning Disability - Learning Disabilities (LD) refers to a group of varying conditions that interfere with an individual’s ability to learn, specifically in the areas of reading, writing, listening, speaking, thinking/reasoning, spelling, and computing
Special Education - Literacy Enhanced Academic Program is designed by teachers to meet the academic needs and functioning requirements of our students. LEAP serves students who cannot cope with the demands of a general academic curriculum required by the institution. Students under the Special Education Program are diagnosed.
No, we do not have entrance examination. However, prior to enrollment, we conduct an assessment to gauge the readiness of student in the level he/she is applying for.
The assessment fee is Php 5,000.00 and the assessment results are released within 5 working days.
As of the moment, assessment will be done online through Microsoft Teams (MS Teams)
We offer General Academic Strand or GAS. This strand is designed for learners to proceed with any college program.
- Preschool – Monday to Friday 8:30am – 11:30am
- Primary School – Monday to Friday 7:30am – 12:00nn
- Junior High School – Monday to Friday 7:30am – 2:30pm
- Senior High School – Monday to Friday 7:30am – 2:30pm
Our maximum class size is 15 students per level and one section per grade level. We prefer to keep our class size small so we can attend to each student’s needs better