Thank you for considering Park Lane International School for your family. Our Admissions Team understands the importance of providing incoming families with a positive and personal transition experience and is here to help guide you through all the steps of our application process.
We provide a variety of ways for you to get to know our school, including in-person and video call options. Prospective families will receive a tour of the school plus information about the school curriculum and class timetables together with a welcome booklet. During this visit families will have the opportunity to meet staff members including the School Registrar, Head or Deputy Head of Primary or Secondary.
Pre-Application Tour or Video Call with Admissions
Contact our Admissions Team by telephone, in person or by completing our Initial Enquiry form.
Application: Interview, Assessment & Required Documents
Notification of Acceptance
Take a video tour of our campuses and see for yourself what makes Park Lane such a special place. The Early Years and Primary campuses are specially designed to give children enough space to learn through play. The stimulating environment fosters their independence and creates a perfect atmosphere for the exciting opportunities that await them in their educational journey. Our secondary school campuses, with fully equipped classrooms featuring up-to-date resources and technology, ensure a vibrant, safe and state-of-the-art setting for our students. It is our mission to ensure that Park Lane graduates will be qualified academically, personally and socially for success at university and the life beyond.
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What Students & Parents Say
Hello hello, I am Laura and I graduated in the very chaotic year of 2021. I am hopefully going to be attending a double degree at the universities Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích and Johannes Kepler Universität. Park Lane is the only school I ever attended, so it is a given that I will miss it greatly, but I am also looking forward to my university studies. What I will miss the most is the supportive community of teachers and students that helped me grow and overcome challenges as well as create fond memories. All the hours spent writing essays and studying for tests together with the valuable feedback and constructive criticism I received have helped me improve on skills that I am sure I will be relying on at university, and I can't wait to put them to the test!