ADMISSION PROCESS

The registration process is as follows:

  1. Pay the application fee, $100 (non-refundable). If the student is accepted to AAI, $50 of this fee will be credited to the registration fee.
  2. You may pay the application fee in-person at our Financial Office on-campus, or via bank transfer. It is extremely important that once a bank transfer is made, you send an email attaching a copy of the transfer receipt or proof of payment to admissions@alliance.k12.ec, including the following information:
    • Name and surname of the father/legal representative
    • ID number
    • Address
    • Phone number
    • Email address
  1. Once you have made the application fee payment, Admissions Office will send you an email message with a link to the online application to complete the process, including user and password (one application per student).
  2. Please provide all the required documentation, which is detailed below, in a sealed envelope in the name of ADMISSIONS in the AAI Guardianship (AV. Villalengua) that serves 24 hours. Remember to include the payment receipt and the complete printed application (please make sure complete the 7 pages of the application).
  3. Once the above steps have been completed, the Admissions Office will contact you to inform you about the date and time of your interview and evaluation.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

  • Application fee payment receipt or proof of payment
  • Two recent passport-size photos
  • A clear color copy of the student’s passport (and visa) or cédula
  • A clear color copy of passport (and visa) or cédula of both parents
  • A clear color copy of vaccination records with the date of each vaccine
  • A printed screenshot of the Google map of the house where you reside with the full address and home phone numbers
  • Certificate that all prior tuition payments at former schools have been paid
  • High school students (grades 10, 11 and 12) who have approved student participation hours must bring the legal certificate of student participation approval
  • Original report cards for the term, years-approved document and certificate of enrollment from 1st grade to the current year, with the seal of the Institution and the Ministry of Education (of each school attended)
  • If your child has studied abroad, or has done home school, you must apostille the documents, translate them into Spanish and take them to the Ministry of Education for their respective legalization, before submitting them to the admissions office

Early Childhood students: summary of Preschool experience and/or report card

  1. Once we check that all documentation is complete, we will schedule a date and time for an evaluation and interview.
  2. The interview will take place with the division Principal or Vice-principal (parents, student, and principal or vice-principal).
  3. Students from grades 7–12 should complete 4 essay questions and take a Math and English test.
  4. The Admissions Committee will then meet to evaluate the student’s application package. Following this, parents will be informed of the committee’s final decision, either by a phone call or email. This decision is final. No test results will be provided to parents.
  5. If the student is accepted into the school, all instructions given by the Admissions Office must be followed.
  6. Following acceptance into the school, parents must pay a pre-registration fee within a week in order to reserve and guarantee their spot in the school. If the fee is not paid within this timeframe, the spot will be assigned to the next applicant.
  7. Applications to the Dorm at Boarding program (student housing offered exclusively to enrolled AAI students) must be submitted at the same time as the school application. To do so, please, contact Ron Sutton at rsutton@alliance.k12.ec

Applications to the Dorm (student housing offered exclusively to enrolled AAI students) must be submitted at the same time as the school application. To do so, please, contact Ron Sutton at rsutton@alliance.k12.ec


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