Miss Gifty Bedu

Administrator in charge in charge of admissions


Thank you for your interest in KWAJEN International School (KIS)! We are looking forward to getting to know your family as we explore our community together! KIS admits students of any sex, race, colour, creed, religion, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. KIS does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, colour, creed, religion, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admission policies.

Our website contains all the necessary information about the KIS family, kindly do not hesitate to contact our admissions office.



  • A completed application form (the form could be sent via email or picked up during your appointment)
  • Official reports/transcripts from the student’s previous school(s)
  • An Immunisation Certificate. / Medical report
  • A photocopy of the student’s passport/birth certificate/identity card and four passport-size pictures



NB: The School is unable to proceed with an application without all of step 1 being in place

  • Soft or hard copies of the completed application form are submitted to the Office of Admissions


  • English is the language of instruction; therefore, entrance exams are conducted in English
  • Grade One to Six are tested in Math and English
  • Grade Seven to Nine are tested in Maths and English and Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) and, if a student wants to study a language (e.g., French or Spanish), he or she will be tested in that subject
  • Late entrants (expatriates and returnee Ghanaian’s) will be tested as they come in
  • Non-resident applicants may, at the discretion of the Head of Admissions, be tested online in their country of residence
    Acceptance/ Denial of Placement The decision to make an offer of admission is always approved by the principal
  • Parents/Guardians will receive notification via phone or e-mail on whether their child will be offered a place or not
  • An admission decision will be made based on the background check, Entrance/placement exam Interview
  • The admission info will include the admission package. (Fees, prospectus, prospectus handbook)


  • Once the child has received acceptance into the school, the appropriate admission and tuition fee payment must be paid immediately to secure your spot.  All payments should be made via Eco-bank Momo e pay, Ecobank POS system at the admission office or directly at any Eco-bank banking hall. (kindly note we do not accept cash in way or form). When payment is made at any one of our designated banks, the deposit slip must be submitted to the Accounts Office as proof of payment. If payment is made by Ecobank Momo e pay, kindly send or show payment advice at the administration office
  • When the deposit slip from the bank is presented or the payment advice from the Eco-bank Momo e pay is shown, an official receipt will be issued from the school
  • All mandatory documentation including medical reports and previous school reports should be submitted prior to admission
  • Once all fees are paid and all documentations presented, A ‘Welcome to KIS package will be given by the Office of Admissions

  *Please note that all monetary transactions must be done through our designated banks or e-payment platforms, all information related to payments can be sourced on the ground floor of the school’s main building (Administration Office).


The Office of Admissions provides orientation events for all new families. An Information Pack is provided with uniforms and the daily requirements and procedures in the appropriate section(s) of the school.


In instances when a family will leave the School for a period and wish to hold a place, half of the tuition fees need to be paid for the period of absence. Failure to do so will mean that a place will be lost, and a child’s name placed on the waiting list with no guarantee of readmission. Placements may be held for a maximum of one academic year. If a family wishes to defer an application, the Office of Admissions needs to be informed in writing. Deferment may affect the success or rejection of an application due to the availability of spaces in the various year groups and sections.