The admission procedure for HS 2 candidates /the IB Diploma/


1. The IB candidate must present the top five of his/her IGCSE subject results, which will be transferred into the point system (chart 2: part A).
2. The external candidate who has not taken IGCSE exams must sit the entrance exam (chart1: part A, plus the admission procedure for HS1 candidates—points 1, 2, 3).
3. The external candidate must provide the original certificate of education (or the recent most school report) from his/her previous school. The grade average will be taken into account during the admission process. (Chart 2: part B).
4. The candidates who obtained at least 150 points for the IGCSE results (chart 2: part A) or on the entrance exam will be interviewed by the Admission Committee. There are maximum 70 points to be achieved for the oral interview (chart2: part C).
5. During the interview the candidate can present his extracurricular academic, artistic or sports achievements, preferably confirmed by official documents, diplomas or certificates. Each case will be analyzed and evaluated by the Committee (chart 2: part D). In total the candidate can receive up to 70 points for extra achievements.
6. In the case of winners and finalists of national academic contests the total number of points in the above section can exceed 70 points.
7. If the candidate scores at least 250 points in total, he/she will be admitted to the school.
8. The results of the admissions process are decisive.
9. The Admissions Committee consists of the Head of the School, the IB Coordinator, the CAS Coordinator and a High School teacher.

CHART 2

PART NUMBER OF POINTS
Part A

The top five IGCSE results:












The candidates without IGCSEs must sit the entrance exam /see: the admission procedure for HS1 candidates/
Maximum 300 point

A* - 60 points

A - 50 points

B - 40 points

C - 30 points

D - 20 points

E - 10 points

F,U,G - 0 points
Part B
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The grade average from the recent school report.
60 points can be awarded for the highest possible average in a given educational system.
Maximum 60 points
Part C
The Interview


Communicative skills and fluency in English, self-presentation.

Preliminary knowledge about the IB programme, with special attention paid to CAS requirements.

Performance in situational tests.

Personality, interests, motivation.

Maximum 70 points

Up to 20 points


Up to 20 points



Up to 10 points

Up to 20 points
Part D
Extracurricular achievements.


Language certificate /FCE, grade A/

Language certificate /FCE, grade B/

Language certificate /ACE, grade A/

Language certificate /ACE, grade B/

Middle School Exam /score above 80%/

Middle School Exam /score between 80-70%/

Winners/ Finalists of national academic contests

Winners/Finalists /up to 10th place/ of international or national sports competitions

Winners/ Finalists of academic or sports contest /province level/

Winners/ Finalists of other academic contests /above school level/

Participation in charitable actions, voluntary work /documented/
Other accomplishments.
Maximum 70 points


10 points

5 points

15 points

10 points

20 points

10 points


70 points


20 points



10 points


5 points


10 points
TOTAL 500 POINTS