- How do I apply?
- How do I arrange a tour of the school?
- Am I required to upload any documents during the admissions process?
- What grade will my child be in?
- How do I get in touch with the admissions office?
- Is my child required to undertake an assessment as part of the application process?
To apply for a place at Amity International School Amsterdam, please fill out an application. When an application has been received, a member of the Admissions Team will contact you. Prior to applying for a place at Amity International School Amsterdam, we do advise that you contact our Admissions Office to arrange a tour of our school.
We highly encourage all prospective parents and students to arrange a tour of our school. This can be done through completing the Visit Us form and then a member of the Admissions Team will contact you directly. If you would like to schedule a visit within the next two days, please call the school directly on +31 (0) 20 345 4481 and a member of staff will let you know available times.
When you make an application with us, you will be prompted to upload a copy of your child’s passport and their most recent school report. Once a place has formally been offered, you will be required to submit the following documents:
- Copies of both parents’ passports
- Copy of child’s birth certificate
- Copy of health report or immunisation record
- Proof of address
- A recent photo of your child
At Amity International School Amsterdam, we do have age requirements per year group. You can access these by clicking here. If you are unsure of the year group for your child, please contact the Admissions Team directly and they will be happy to assist you.
Parents are required to fill out an online application and during this part, parents will be asked to submit a recent school report. Once an application has been received, we will contact you to ask your child to come in for an assessment. This, of course, varies depending on the age of the child.
For our Early Years students, they are required to come in and have an informal play session with the other children. For our Primary and Middle Years students, they are required to take a reading, spelling and maths assessment.