Step 1: Submit a ‘Registration of Interest’ and create an OpenApply account
By submitting a registration of interest and creating a parent account, you are starting the admissions process but not yet submitting an application. You will be contacted by a member of the Admissions Department within 48 hours, who will explain more information about the School, and offer assistance with the next steps in the admissions process. Please save your OpenApply account details for future use.
Step 2: Attend a Parent Information Session
We encourage all parents applying to our school to attend a Parent Information Session. These sessions give us a valuable opportunity to get to know our community members more, and allow parents to gain a deeper insight into Huili Values and Identity, our vision and mission, and our commitment to a holistic education. When you submit an enquiry and create an account in OpenApply, a member of the Admissions Department will inform you of the next Parent Information Session.
Step 3: Submit an application by completing the Application form in OpenApply
If you have already created an OpenApply account: Log back into the OpenApply account you created when you submitted your registration of interest by clicking the ‘Parent Login’ button.
If you have not created an OpenApply account before: Submit an application and create an OpenApply parent account by clicking the ‘Apply Now’ button.
Step 4: Submit the required Application documents
Once you have submitted an application, the next step is to submit all of the required documents. A checklist of required documents can be found in your OpenApply parent account.
Once you have completed these 4 steps, an Admissions Officer will assist you in the rest of the enrollment process.
If at any stage in this process you require assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our Admissions Department on 0571-8239-6388 or via email at email@example.com
For a complete break-down of our tuition and other fees, please refer to the ‘tuition and fee summary’, available from the Admissions Office on request once published. The timeline for the publication of the school fee structure is dependent on the Price Bureau’s approval. Therefore, it will be released and published on the website in due course. However, parents may refer to Wellington College International Shanghai’s tuition fee as an indication.
Our tuition fee will be in line with the excellent education model we offer, world class environment in which pupils will learn and the exceptional teachers who will serve our pupils and family.
Additional fees apart from tuition fee will include school meals, uniforms, bus, boarding, excursions and other activities.
Opening up to Grade 7 in the first year is a deliberate decision to ensure the highest academic results for our pupils now and in the future. From Grade 9 onwards, our pupils will embark on the rigorous IGCSE, which will be delivered in English. From there pupils will choose to pursue either the A Level Programme. We wish to ensure that all pupils who enter Huili School Hangzhou have at least two years within the unique Wellington College environment to prepare them both academically and socially for the rigors of Senior High. We are confident that all pupils who are selected to enroll at Huili School Hangzhou have the capacity to achieve the high results that are expected of Wellingtonians, hence our rigorous admissions process.
All textbooks used are based on curriculum syllabuses. Intellectual is one of the Huili identities and teachers should never limit their teaching to specific textbooks or texts. However some of the textbooks will be the core reference materials and the local textbooks will be some of them. We will provide a wide range of teaching resources that include textbooks/reference books to enrich pupils’ learning.
As a core aspect of our bilingual curriculum, we will ensure that all of the mandatory textbooks required for pupils to achieve the statutory 9 year education in Hangzhou will be utilised. In addition, well- developed online and other academic resources will be integrated to ensure that pupils receive a well-rounded, holistic education in line with the Wellington educational philosophy.