When I first went to apply, I felt nervous about the outcome and how the process was going to be held. As soon as I was greeted by the admission's office, I felt instantly at home. Their contagious smiles made me feel at ease, and the rest of the admission process went by really fast. I felt safe, respected, and content from my first encounter. Parents and students are welcomed to book a tour to see the school, as well as to schedule a meeting to join the school at any point of the school year. Some students may need to undergo a test during the admissions process, but the test results are referred back to the parents.
The admission staff that greeted me when I first visited St. Jude's was very friendly and welcoming. They made sure I was comfortable, and I had a chance to be myself. On the school tour, the admission officer asked about my goals and seemed genuinely interested in my aspirations. It was an informal interview, which I personally appreciated. At the end of the tour, I was informed about the school vision and what exactly would be expected of me as a student. I also had a chance to meet a few of the academic staff. They all seemed passionate about their work, and throughout my years at St. Jude's I have realized this observation was true. My friends have notified me that the admission process is a bit different now, with a written evaluation being added. Otherwise, it is very similar. Just be yourself, and show your passion for learning. Your admission process will be one to remember.
Students are greeted by the admissions officers and are given a tour around the school where they can become familiar with the delightful atmosphere and cozy classrooms. A meeting can also be held to process application forms and where an assessment may be required for some students depending on how the meeting goes. I personally felt nervous before going to the school, but as soon as I arrived and was greeted by friendly students there, I knew that I had chosen the right place to enroll. From the beginning, I felt at home and I am proud to represent my school with all the advantages it has to offer.