When to Apply
How to Apply
All programmes at L’ecole follow the admission process described below. For further information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit all required documents to the Admissions Office at L’ecole, 211 Khy-e-Shaheen, Phase 8 DHA. It is recommended to do so within a week of submitting the admission form. International applicants can email scanned copies of official documents to email@example.com.
Some of our programmes require that an admission test be conducted as part of the process. If it is required, the admissions office will contact you by email with information about your test date and time.
If you clear your test, then an interview with the department head or principal is the next step. Learners of Cambridge A Level and University of London International Programmes must give the interview in person. All other programmes require a parent/guardian interview and a learner interview.
The admissions committee reviews each application in detail, after which a decision is communicated to the applicant via email.
Upon accepting the admission offer, applicants submit the required fees to the Accounts Office.
An admission packet is delivered to each new student of L’ecole. This packet contains all the important materials and guidelines needed for the student to begin a promising future at L’ecole.
What makes Lecole an international school?
International affiliations with the University of London Worldwide, the University of Cambridge and British Council make Lecole a recognized international school and college. The curriculum passed on by these international bodies is strictly followed by our academic departments. Annual inspection of campus and operations are conducted by our affiliating bodies to ensure that international quality is maintained at Lecole. Many of our teachers and administrators are foreign educated and hold international certifications in teaching and school management.
What grades are being offered as of now?
Les Pommes Preschool
- Play Group
- Year 1 to Year 5 (Primary)
- Year 6 to Year 9 (Lower Secondary)
- Year 10 and Year 11 (O Level)
- As & A Level
- IELTS Preparation
- Foundation Year
- CertHE in Common Law (Univ. of London)
- LLB Bachelor of Laws (Univ. of London)
Which curricula do you offer?
Lecole is one of the few educational institutions in Pakistan who offer the full Cambridge Pathways programme. This means that Lecole is certified to offer Cambridge Primary, Secondary, O Level and A Level education using the Cambridge Assessment International Education curriculum.
Lecole is the first institution in Karachi to offer the University of London Worldwide programme. Taught courses are delivered on campus and international examinations are taken in collaboration with the British Council Pakistan.
What makes you different from other schools?
We aim to create a learning environment that nurtures focused and goal-oriented students. Lecole believes in opening a two-way communication where students and staff both learn and examine subjects together. Through their adaptive approach to learning, they develop wisdom and move on to improve the quality of life for themselves as well as others.
Through our vision, we want to foster connections among education, humanities, art, sciences, commerce and information technology. All disciplines coexist and cross paths, and at Lecole we teach our students to exercise different mental models.
The purpose-built campus is very inviting and enables students to learn and develop well in enabling environments where their experiences respond to their individual needs.
Another essential element is the modules that we offer. We have on-site and off-site modules such as swimming, coding and carpentry, which run parallel to our main curriculum and constitute an essential part of the learning process.
Our campus culture diverse. We not only have students from different countries but foreign qualified teaching staff as well.
In addition to achieving academic excellence, we also aim to motivate and excite our students with our syllabus. Every child is unique who constantly learns to be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured with constant efforts of the school and its staff.
What are the school timings?
Les Pommes Preschool (Timings are subject to change from August 2019)
- Play Group: 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
- Montessori: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.
- Pre-Kindergarten: 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Kindergarten: 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Year 1 to Year 5 (Primary): 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- Year 6 to Year 9 (Lower Secondary): 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- Year 10 and Year 11 (O Level): 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- As & A Level: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
What is the school admission criterion?
Admission is purely merit-based. An applicant’s academic history, admission test, and interview performance will dictate his/her acceptance to Lecole.
A Level: The minimum grade is C and students with strong extra-curriculars are considered first.
What is the required admission age?
Play Group: 1.5 – 2.5 years
Montessori: 2.5 – 3.5 years
Pre-Kindergarten: 3.5 – 4.5 years
Kindergarten: 4.5 – 5.5 years
Grade 1: 5.5 – 6.5 years
Grade 6: 10.5 – 11.5 years
O Level: 14.5 – 15.5 years
A Level: 16-17 years
How do I get an appointment to meet the Principal?
Please call our office and ask to set up an appointment with the principal. You will need to mention a reason for your meeting.
What is class size at your school?
The average classroom size is 15 learners.
When does an academic session start?
Preschool to Year 11: First Wednesday of August
A Level: A1 September A2 First Wednesday of August
What is the fee structure?
Click here to view our full fee structure.
How will I know what’s happening in my child’s classroom and in the school?
Lecole uses a very powerful online Learning Management System. Tests, quizzes, project and assignments are marked on this system, which is easily accessible through any Android or iOS device.. Timely Parent Teacher Meetings are conducted to aware parents about their child’s progress and performance.
Is there an on-campus health service?
There are currently two child specialist doctors working on campus.
How does your school give back to the community?
An active social service program is run across all levels. The programme serves to clean up areas, share good fortune, organize charity programs, visit senior citizen homes, arrange bake sales, collect financial aid for the less privileged schools. Lecole also provides need-based financial aid to students.
How do your students perform in international examinations?
Outstanding performance with 100% results in the Year 2018. 98% results in the Year 2017. 93% results in the Year 2016.
Where do graduates of Lecole go after school?
Our graduates go on to complete their higher education at the best local and international universities. Lecole’s strong college counselling team ensures that students begin to think about where they want to be from a very early age. This helps them in making important decisions about their skills and academics for the coming years, making them strong candidates for the top universities in the world.
Our focus on developing forever learners who care deeply about their community has been rewarded over our 20-year history. Graduates of Lecole have created or joined organisations that create positivity in our community. It is truly a blessing to have our learners create a brighter future we had imagined.