Information for International Students
All applicants who are not US citizens are considered international applicants.
If you are a dual citizen, whose native language is not English, you are required to take the TOEFL exam.
English Language Requirements
SG does not offer an ESL program and therefore requires students to be highly proficient in speaking, listening, writing and reading the English language.
All international applicants are required to take a TOEFL exam in addition to the SSAT.
We require that students applying achieve a minimum TOEFL score of 90.
Application and Immigration Process
In order for a student to receive an I-20 Form and apply for an F-1 Visa, a student must first apply, be admitted and enroll at SG before we will issue the I-20 form.
According to United States regulations, families must also provide the School with financial certification and proof of the applicant’s citizenship before an I-20 is mailed.
The Application Process
SSAT (Secondary School Admission Test). Most 9th through 11th grade candidates submit SSAT scores. (School code 6460)
Candidates taking the PSAT or SAT between September and January may submit either of those scores in place of SSAT scores.
ISEE (Educational Records Bureau Independent School Entrance Examination). (School Code 400085)
Candidates may submit ISEE scores in place of SSAT scores.
International Students must submit the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) in addition to the SSAT or ISEE. (TOEFL code 3533)
Complete and submit the application.
Day student applications due by Jan. 15
Boarding student applications due by Feb. 1.
The completed application includes:
- Candidate profile
- Parent statement (optional)
- School report with transcript
- Current English teacher recommendation
- Current math teacher recommendation
- Personal recommendation (optional)
- Application fee
Ready? Start the application now! You can come back any time and pick up where you left off. St. George’s accepts the Gateway to Prep Schools Application and the SSAT Standard Application Online (SAO).
We believe that the journey matters, character and personal growth are an integral part of the St. George's experience. The Character Skills Snapshot is not a required component of the application, but we strongly recommend it. Grades and test scores just don’t tell us the whole story of your child, and this new online assessment tool helps provide us with additional insight while learning about our applicants.
Accepted students have the opportunity to revisit St. George’s. The Revisit Program consists of an evening and day program. Families can sign up to return from March 31 - April 1.
We must receive your contract and deposit by April 10 to secure your spot.