Step 1: Getting in touch
We want to hear from you! Contact George Washington Academy either by phone or email.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (212) 05.22.95.30.34
Admissions Officer: Souad Belhaj
Admissions & Marketing Coordinator: Ghita Amraoui, Madeleine Burns
Step 2: Meeting with an admissions representative
At GWA we believe strongly in our program and would love to share more details about our school, the admissions process and give you the opportunity to tour the school campus. Therefore, parents are strongly encouraged to make an appointment with an admissions representative prior to arrival on campus.
On-campus visits: Monday to Friday from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm.
Step 3: Complete the admissions file
Parents need to fill out the application form, and submit these documents (confidential documents provided in a sealed envelope):
- A Completed application form Application Form
- 1000 DH application fee
- 1 recent photo of the applicant
- 1 Copy of student’s passport or birth certificate
- 1 Copy of father’s passport or Identification card
- 1 Copy of mother’s passport or Identification card
- Academic, behavioral, and attendance records from the most current year and to include previous two years (MS-HS). Please have the previous school send academic, behavioral and attendance records directly to GWA [see contact info. above] or deliver personally in a sealed envelope
- Teacher recommendations – (1 for Lower School and 2 for Upper School) Sent directly to GWA or deliver personally in a sealed envelope Teacher Evaluation Form
- A Medical form completed by a medical doctor. Medical Form
Applications for admissions are accepted starting September 1st for the following school year. Providing false, misleading or incomplete documents will result in a denial of admission or revocation of enrollment.
» Please see the section Considerations Per Grade for details on what our team reviews in an applicant’s file per grade level.
Step 4: Taking the Entry Tests
Testing Days are held from February to June to assess the student’s English proficiency and academic profile. Personal dates can be set for applicants who can’t attend one of the testing days.
» See the section on Testing for dates and information about the contents of the testing and the possibility of taking tests overseas for expat families.
Step 5: Final decision
Before a final decision is made, the admission committee reviews the application file and test results (a positive decision will not be made without a completed application file). Decisions are communicated by email to parents approximately two weeks after test taking.