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International and E.S.L./E.L.L. Students Policy

The Glenburnie School community has enjoyed the experience of welcoming international students from countries throughout the world. We look forward to further opportunities in the future.

  • Glenburnie School offers tours for all prospective parents wanting private education for their children. Please call or send an email to arrange an appointment. Students will visit Glenburnie School to assess their abilities. Previous school report cards will also be required.

  • Students, who are unable to attend a visiting day, will be interviewed via digital media, to determine the level of language ability, strengths, and weaknesses, etc.

  • There are a limited number of placements offered for those students requiring an integrated program with additional ESL/ELL support and programming.

  • The number of placements offered will be dependent on the number of ESL/ELL students already registered at Glenburnie School.

  • All students must wear the Glenburnie School uniform.

  • Additional fees will be required for those international students requiring an integrated ESL/ELL program and support:

    • ESL/ELL program fees will be tuition fees plus an additional $350 per month, per student.

    • Costs for uniform, overnight trips, Before and After School program, lunches, electives/clubs are not included.

    • Sibling discounts will apply where appropriate.

    • Enquiries regarding tuition fees should be directed to the School.

  • Applications will be processed on a first come, first served basis and should be received by the school by January 31st, prior to the start of the new school year. Please note: Re-registrations for current and incoming students begin in January for the next academic school year.

  • After acceptance, all fees and pertinent information must be received within 2 weeks of our offer for the child to attend Glenburnie School and for a Letter of Acceptance to be issued.

  • Glenburnie School will assess all students prior to their start date, to determine the level of language, reading and oral ability, for support and programming purposes.

  • An ESL/ELL specialist will oversee the assessment, academic programming and materials required for each student to ensure a strong, positive experience for the students and staff.