We are open for admissions for the 2018-19 academic year for children between the ages of 7-9, and for our High School Adaptive Program (HSAP, ages 14-18).
All our programs include the following core components:
- Maths and literacy skills for daily living
- Remedial and Therapy services
Beyond the core components, each program includes the following unique components:
The Gateway School of Mumbai's admissions process is extensive and thorough. We seek students with uneven learning profiles, who can function successfully in a classroom environment, and whose strengths and needs complement those of the peer group into which they are being placed.
The admissions process begins with a paper review, in which the child’s history is studied with the help of reports collected from the previous school and/or any professionals the child might have worked with over the years. If the applicant's profile seems to fulfill the enrolment prerequisites mentioned earlier, then a meeting is scheduled between the admissions team and the student along with his/her parents. This meeting is not an interview; rather, it is an opportunity for our team to conduct an informal assessment of the applicant to ascertain whether the school has an appropriate group and programs for the child to benefit from.
At present, Gateway cannot optimally serve students with severe/profound hearing and visual impairments, and multiple disabilities.
We require the following documents for admissions. Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Photo of the child
- Cover letter by the parent
- Relevant medical reports
- Recent school report cards
- School/teacher questionnaire
- Testing documents to support diagnosis done in the last 12-18 months (i.e. IQ testing, psycho-educational testing, emotional testing, screening for ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorders, etc.)
- Student information form