Green School Bali Admissions
Are you dreaming of enrolling your child in Green School Bali? Read our FAQ’s below for more information about applying to Green School. Then fill out this quick inquiry form so that we can point you in the right direction for next steps in the application process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Application Process & Timeline
Our online application is open year-round for students age 6 and above interested in joining our school community in August (Semester 1) or January (Semester 2) of each year. Students ages 3-5 may be admitted for entrance into our Early Years Programme on a rolling basis. Note that we do not admit new students for the final year of High School (Grade 12). For more information about the application process and timeline, please click here.
Academic Year & Calendar
Green School Bali begins in August of each year and ends in June. We admit students to begin in August (Semester 1) and January (Semester 2). For more information about our academic calendar, click here.
School Tuition & Fees
We require a financial commitment of at least one school year (two semesters) for students age 6 and above. Single-semester admission is only possible in our Early Years Programme (3-5 year olds), when space is available. Early Years students may enter school throughout the calendar year, though payment for a full semester is required (tuition is not pro-rated). Please click here for more information on the costs of tuition and other fees.
English Language Requirements
Students come to Green School Bali from all over the world with varying levels of English fluency. Students applying to our Early Years Programme (ages 3-5) may enter with limited or no English skills. Students applying to our Primary School Programme (ages 6-10) with limited English skills may benefit from our Green School English Programme before entering Green School. Students applying to our Middle School or High School Programmes (ages 11-16) need to have intermediate to advanced English skills in order to be admitted for enrollment.
Indonesian Visa Information
We recommend Ganesha Bali Consulting as a visa service. Please make direct contact with them at email@example.com. Alternatively, you may contact the Indonesian Embassy in your country.
Green School Bali no longer offers a boarding program. Students must reside with one or both parents or with a designated legal guardian who is fully responsible for the student’s wellbeing.
Green School Bali Programme Information
Green School Bali is a beautiful outdoor school with an experiential approach to learning. While most students are very happy here and most families love this experience, it may not be a good fit for every student or every family. We encourage you to visit our school for a tour, or attend an open day, if possible. Otherwise, there are many online resources to help you learn more, including details about our academic programmes on this website, as well as scheduled live chats with our admissions team. You can also ask us questions through this online form.