The International School Nido de Aguilas accepts applications on a rolling basis for entry during the academic year based on space availability. For entry in July (first semester) and February (second semester), Nido has established an admissions schedule, which is detailed below. The application fee to apply to Nido is 5 UF (approximately USD $195) and must be paid at the time that the student is tested.
Schedule for Entry in July 2017*
Regular Application Deadline Pre-Kinder and Kinder 1 (ages 3 and 4 by August 31st) — March 15, 2017
Testing and Evaluation: March and April 2017
Notification of Results: May 2017
Regular Application Deadline Kinder 2 through 12th grade (age 5 by August 31st and older) — April 21, 2017Testing and Evaluation: April and May 2017
Notification of Results:
early June 2017
*All admissions depend on space availability. After the admissions deadlines, admissions will be done on a rolling basis.
Vacancies for July Application Process
Nido has the following new vacancies for the July admissions process.
Nido has limited vacancies in grades 1-12, which change frequently. Please inquire with the admissions office, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Please note that we do have limited vacancies for the very beginning levels of English language learners in grades 1-6. Please advise the admissions office if your child is just beginning to learn English.
Nido strives to maintain small class sizes to provide the best educational experience for our students.
- In our Early Childhood Center, our Pre-Kindergarten has four classrooms of up to 15 students for a total of 60 students, Kinder 1 has six classrooms of up to 18 students for a total of 108 students, and Kinder 2 has six classrooms of up to 22 students for a total of 132 students in the grade. All classrooms in this division have a full-time assistant teacher who works with the lead teacher.
- In our Elementary School (Grades 1 through 5), each grade has six classrooms of up to 22 students for a total of 132 students in the grade. All Grade 1 and 2 classrooms have a full-time assistant teacher who works with the lead teacher.
- In Middle School and High School (Grades 6-12), Nido has a capacity of 132 students per grade. In these divisions, it is important to note that class size varies by subject, with a maximum of 22 in any class.