Lakewood Emerald School is an equal opportunity institution; we do not exclude any prospective student from applying to our school on the basis of religion, race, affiliations or background. We encourage you as a parent to apply for a position for your son or daughter at our school in confidence, because the opportunities we provide are open to all students who aim to give life their best efforts. All parents intending to bring their children to learn in Lakewood Emerald School MUST bring the children in person to the school.
What does the interview involve and how long does it take?
We have a 2 step interview which comprised an oral and written interview. Our interview takes a minimum of 3 hours, depending on the child’s abilities. The purpose of the interview is to identify and bring out the strengths and the weaknesses of the interviewee. The results of the interview will help the school to determine how best to cater for the pupil. It also enables the school to gauge the potential of your child.
Is there a cost involved in attending the interview?
Interviews are conducted at a cost of sh.1000. The school also provides FREE lunch for all the pupils attending interviews. However, parents are also free to provide packed lunch for their children.
When can I bring my child for an interview?
You can bring your child for an interview any time, whether during the school term or during the traditional school holiday period.
What is required for the interview?
- 1 pencil,
- 1 rubber
- 1 sharpener
The child should be in the company of the parent / guardian
When will I receive the results?
You will receive the results the same day after completion of the interview. We will then meet the Director of Studies to discuss the results after which you will be required to pay an admission fee of 1000KShs.
Once your child is admitted to Lakewood Emerald School, you will be issued with a list of items required and the school uniform which is available at all major school uniform sellers. You will be required to bring the child to school in person on the first day.