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Frequently Asked Questions

When can I start the admission process?
The admission process can start a maximum of 6 months before the desired entry date, this is because the evaluations are only valid for 6 months, as a result of the evolutionary development of the student.
When is the best time to apply?
Families can submit applications at any time during the school year, but applications submitted in advance of the established deadline will receive priority consideration. Applications received after the established deadlines will be considered untimely and will be subject to space.

What are the requirements to start the admission process?
  1. Interview with the family.
  2. Fill out the application form.
  3. Sending of complete documentation.
  4. Review of the documentation by the Academic Directorate (which must meet the requirements of the school).
  5. Availability of space.
What is the documentation that is needed?
  • The documentation requested per student is the following:
  • Birth certificate.
  • CURP.
  • Official grades from the last 3 school years (if applicable).
  • Proof of studies from the current school.
  • Letter of good conduct from the current school.
  • Letter of no debt from the current school (only applicable for private schools, which proves that all previous school fees have been covered).
  • Official identification of parents / guardians.
  • Proof of address.
  • Letter of recommendation and / or family reference.
  • Updated vaccination record (maternal and preschool only).
  • Recommendation forms, which must be filled out by the student's current school (as of 1st grade).

How is admission to MIS decided?
Admission to MIS is based on an interview with the family, space availability, a successful evaluation, and the composition of the student's record.
MIS seeks students who benefit from the learning program, who can bring their own talents, abilities, imagination, and curiosity to the MIS school community, as well as families who can strengthen and bond with the Madison community.
Are there waiting groups?
Yes, we have students on the waiting list for many of our grades. Students who have gone through the admissions process and are considered qualified may be asked to join the waiting list due to space limitations. Students on the waiting list who cannot be admitted to the current cycle have the option to wait and go through the admission process for the following year.
How do I know if my child has been accepted?
After the student presents the evaluations, the family will have a feedback interview with a member of the Academic Directorate, who will provide them with the results of the evaluations and will give them the registration form to continue with the admission process. in case of being accepted.

My child has been accepted, what process does he / she follow?
If the student has been accepted, the family will have 2 weeks to cover the registration fees in order to secure their space.
What if my child was not accepted?
If your child was not accepted, the school will notify the decision and the reasons for it.