Thank you for choosing the AICS!
We process applications via the system Open Apply. Please click on the logo if you wish to start an enquiry or the application process.
The admissions process
The image below shows an overview of the admissions process.
Required documents for a formal application
When submitting a formal application, you must upload the following documents.
|-||A copy of parent's/legal guardian's and child's passport|
|-||School reports from the last 2 years (in English)|
|-||A digital photograph of your child|
|-||BRP (Basisregistratie Personen) document of your child. You can obtain this from your local Municipality (Town Hall) after you have officially registered your child with them. If you are still abroad, this document will be provided later.|
|-||For children with a Dutch passport, we also need proof of temporary residence (via an employer's declaration or contract).|
When applying to our school it is important to submit all the requested documentation with your application. We cannot process incomplete applications.
Processing time of admission
Please be aware that if you are applying for an immediate start (mid-term) and a place is available, the process from the Application Review onwards may take a couple of weeks. If you are applying for the next academic year, you will be informed of the status of your application by the end of May.
All applications are processed in order of receipt following payment of the non-refundable registration fee. Children will be placed as soon as possible, once the application procedure is complete and when places becomes available.
Please click on the logo to access our admissions site.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us via OpenApply.
We are happy to help you!
Calculate Grade Level Placement
To help you calculate the grade placement based on the age of your child: Enter their date of birth here and click the button. Please note that this is the grade placement by age. Children entering the AICS Secondary School are often placed according to their previous education.
With regard to grade placement, the decision of the Head of School is final.