We have a limited number of scholarships that cover part of the annual tuition. The scholarships are available to parents who can not pay the tuition in full.
When awarding scholarships we base our decision on the best fit for the child. We expect the parents to be ready to discuss their expectations and their arguments on why do they feel that Le Sallay Academy is the best school for their child.
We do not base our decision on
We believe that creating merit-based or entrance test-based scholarships for 10 -12-year-old children places undue pressure on students and leads to competition between parents willing to pour resources into preparing their kids for entrance tests. When considering applications for a scholarship we do not require evidence of academic achievements. We also do not give any tests to assess academic knowledge (apart from the English tests for non-native speakers).
Our international school has students from over 12 countries. The notion of high or low income can vary significantly from country to country (try comparing New York and Prague or any other two different cities). We do not require parents to submit official proof of income when considering scholarship applications.