Nursery I, Nursery II and Transition
Minimum age of a child for admission to Nursery I, Nursery II and Transition is 3+, 4+ and 5+ respectively.
The general public is informed through advertisement/ notification in the newspapers / school notice board / school website about the commencement of the admission process.
Registration forms for Nursery I & II are sold online through the School website against a stipulated amount for a period of around 10 days during the months of June / July. Registration forms for Transition are sold online through the school website in the month of January. The school shortlists candidates as per its own criteria and parents of such short – listed children will be required to come to the school along with their wards for an interaction with the Principal.
Classes I – V
In the month of December, a notice is put up for admission from Class I to Class V depending upon the vacancies. Registration Forms are sold online in the month of January.
After receiving the registration forms, computer generated random selection is done for the seats available.
Class VI Onwards
Pupils join South Point High School from Class VI and continue till Class X. However, admission to class XI is solely on the basis of merit. Due to limitations, the School cannot admit all its students to Higher Secondary classes. So an important condition of admission to South Point School is that it carries with it no guarantee, that after passing the Secondary Examination, a pupil will automatically get a seat in South Point High School for the two-year Higher Secondary Course.
A two month notice is to be given if a pupil is to be withdrawn from the School.
Classes VI – VIII
Admission tests are held for Classes VI to VIII as well, only if there are vacancies. The report card and the original transfer certificate in the original from the previous school are required.
All students clearing the Secondary Examination/ Madhyamik Pariksha from South Point High School may not automatically get enrolled in Class XI since seats are limited in the Plus-Two section.
South Point School organises an orientation programme for parents of Nursery toddlers. Through it, parents find answers to queries regarding clothes, tiffin, hours, studies, games and all that a little beginner comes across every day.
The Priyamvada Birla Scholarship will be awarded every year, starting from 2013, to meritorious students belonging to the low income group, pursuing their studies in under-graduate courses in Colleges and Institutes in West Bengal on Merit cum Means Basis.