No discrimination in the admissions policy is made on the basis of race or gender. The percentages between the children of Christian families and others will be maintained in order to focus on the school’s main goal of educating children in a Christian environment.
Wesley will do all it can to accept the children of organization and other expatriate families, however there may be cases due to staff and facility limitations that Wesley may not be able to accept all those who apply; in particular, children with limited English proficiency, children with particular learning or behavior disorders and children with certain physical disabilities. Admission in these exceptional circumstances will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
Wesley School will give priority for admission to the following applicants:
- English-speaking students
- Children of Expatriates
- Children of Christian Religious Workers
Non-Native English speakers need to prove their fluency in English before they will be accepted. This is usually through an Standardized English Language fluency test.
Applications for acceptance for August enrollment should be submitted with a $100 registration fee prior to January 31. Applications received after January 31 will require a $125 registration fee. Registration fees are non-refundable.
Application are available on request from the Director.
WIS requires proof of vaccinations before the child enters school. Exceptions may be made only be made by the Director in consultation with the school nurse or designated medical adviser.
The following immunizations are required for enrollment at WIS:
|Vaccine Required||Minimum Doses Required for
|Minimum Doses Required for
|5 doses (4 doses if 4th one given after 4th birthday)||3 dose primary series and 1 Tdap/Td booster within 10 years after the last tetanus containing vaccine.||K-6th grades: 5 doses of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine; one dose must have been received on or after the 4th birthday. However, 4 doses will meet the requirement if the 4th dose was received on or after the 4th birthday. For students aged 7 years and older, 3 doses meet the requirement if one dose was received on or after the 4th birthday.
For 7th-12th grade: The initial primary series plus 1 dose of Tdap is required when 10 years have passed since the last dose of tetanus-containing vaccine. Td is acceptable in place of Tdap.
|4 doses (3 doses if 3rd one given after 4th birthday)||4 doses (3 doses if 3rd one given after 4th birthday)||4 doses of polio; one dose must be received on or after the 4th birthday.However, 3 doses meet the requirement if the 3rd dose was received on or after the 4th birthday.|
|2 doses (1st one must be on or after the 1st birthday)||2 doses (1st one must be on or after the 1st birthday)||The first dose of MMR must be received on or after the 1st birthday.
Receipt of the dose up to and including 4 days before the 1st birthday will be accepted.
In addition to these required vaccines at WIS, it is strongly recommended that all children be fully immunized according the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC). For more complete information on these recommendations click on the link below:
The U.S. Center for Disease Control recommends the following schedule of immunizations (the following information is updated automatically from the CDC website and is thus always current):
Additional special immunizations that are recommended for those living in Indonesia are Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Rabies and Japanese Encephalitis. For more information about these vaccines go to http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/indonesia.htm.