How To Apply
Application Forms are available online, please click on the button below. If you cannot access the form, you can also contact us and we will email you the form.
Interviews are taken from October for the next academic session which starts in December; therefore parents are advised to apply when the child is 3.5+ years old and as early as possible since admission is offered on a first-come-first-served basis.
Nursery to IX Admissions:
From November onwards application forms are collected for the next academic session which starts in January. The Admission Test starts in November.
Successful candidates who cannot be admitted due to unavailability of seats are kept in the waiting list and are notified as and when vacancies arise.
The academic session starts in January and classes commence also in January.For Play Group only classes commence in December for the next year.
Playgroup: Apply in October because it starts classes in December for the next academic session. Parents are advised to apply when the child is 4+ years old. Nursery to Class X: Apply in October for the next session.
First of all, parents are requested to collect admission form. Then the student and parents will be called for the admission test on the fixed date (depending on the class in which you want to admit your child). After that, if your child passes the exam, submit two copies of passport size photo, Birth Certificate with the completed admission form. Payment must be required.
The exams are taken on three core subjects – English, Maths and Bangla. Students who want to enter in Class IX, they may be required to take additional tests depending on the subjects they choose for the SSC Examination.
If any student leaves the school without any notice then enrolment will be cancelled after two months and security deposit will be forfeited. However, if any student leaves in July or August then the security deposit may be refunded, if all the conditions for a refund are met. Talk to our Admissions office for details or read the policy in our Student Parent Handbook.
The tuition fee can be paid in cash or with credit card at the bank. Please talk to our Admissions office for the details.
The Admission Fee is a charge for the processing of forms and various other administrative procedures. As such, it is not refundable.
The Admission can be collected from admissions office or downloaded from our website.
Forms have to be submitted at the local branch in which you admit your child.
For getting admission into Light Fair School parents need to submit the completed application form together with these required documents: Copy of the notarized birth certificate, Last year’s report card from the previous school (applicable for KG -IX), Two copies of passport size photo.
For further queries regarding admission, you may email at admissions lightfair.com or come to our administration office.
Yes, we have the opportunity to manage transport facilities for students but it is not our own service actually.
Yes, we have canteen services at our Campuses. We assure hygienic foods for students from our canteen.
Complete contact information is available on our Contact Us page.
We stay in touch with parents via email and hard copy notices and SMS for urgent messages or reminders. We have set up a private password-protected website for parents to download important notices and key documents. We welcome parents to meet with teachers and management by making appointments. We also encourage parents to get involved in the school community. In addition, we invite parents to attend various school events, observe classes and act as volunteers. We are open to parents’ ideas, suggestions and problems/concerns, which are shared through email or Parents Suggestion Box.
Light Fair School is arranging in various cultural, musical and dramatic presentations to observe important national events is encouraged, and occasions such as International Mother Language Day and Independence Day are celebrated with vigor and creativity in all the school campuses each year. Assembly is conducted every morning where the National Anthem is sung and our Bangladeshi flag is raised.
Light Fair School has developed its own curriculum up to Class X, which embraces modern best practices in teaching and learning.
Every campus has a Training & Development Unit made up of Academic Supervisors who observe teachers, conduct workshops and provide coaching to teachers. The unit ensures that a high standard of education is delivered uniformly at all levels of the school and ensures best practices in teaching. It monitors the delivery of the academic program and comes up with effective services and strategies for imparting our curriculum and maintaining consistency. We also conduct regular training programs on IT skills, English language, first aid, and need-based training. Regular teaching demonstrations and subject-specific workshops are carried out.
At Light Fair School we take whole child development seriously and provide opportunities for students to develop their skills through a number of avenues. We provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities: art, music, drama etc after school programs, including sports, debate etc.
We respect and understand that individual students have different strengths and weaknesses and varying backgrounds, interests, emotional and academic achievements, and so we have set up an anecdotal record system to record strengths and weaknesses of each child. We work with students on an individual basis to give them any support that they need to keep up with the standard set in class. We practice differentiation in the classroom to cater to varying needs. For the middle school students who struggle in Math’s and English, a Skills Lab program has been set up. We do not encourage private tuition generally, and take the responsibility of ensuring academic achievement for all students.