How to Apply?

Cedar College looks for students who are ambitious, creative, curious and well-prepared to succeed in a rigorous and challenging academic setting. If you feel that you fit the bill, then we welcome your application for admission in our A Level program at https://cedaradmissions.com/

The application form contains guidance on how to complete each section.

You are not required to complete the application in full in one go. A partially completed application can be saved and you can log in to it at any time using your log-in details.

Upon submission of the application, you will receive an email confirming that Cedar has received the application.

If the application meets our criteria for admission, one of our admission officers will contact you for an interview.

For O Level students who feel that their school records do not reflect their true academic capability, we will be conducting admission tests on 27 June and 11 July. The admission test will provide the Admission Committee with another data point on the basis of which the applicant’s academic drive will be assessed. Register for the admission test here.

Things to remember
  • Fill the application form carefully and make sure that you complete all the sections before you submit the application.
  • All applicants MUST enter their Class 9, 10 and 11 mid-term and final school grades
  • Once an application has been submitted, information on the application can not be changed
  • Contact information given in the application must be correct and relevant as the Admissions Office will be using it to contact the applicant when and if required.
  • Incorrectly filled and/or incomplete applications will not be processed
Checklist for Important Documents

The following documents need to be submitted if selected for an interview:

  1. 3 passport sized identical photographs of yourself (against a white background) with your name written on the back.
  2. Attested photocopies of all CAIE O Level Statement of Results
  3. Attested copies of mid-year and final-year school reports for Classes 9,10 and 11
  4. Attested copies of certificates and any other relevant acknowledgement of extra-curricular involvement (e.g. student council member, parliamentary debates, MUN position holders or outstanding performances in science exhibitions, theatre, art, music and/or sports etc.) that may facilitate the selection process.
  5. Teachers Recommendation form (optional)
  6. Principal’s Recommendation form (optional)