Admission Process and Requirements


With a delicate balance of humanities, practical arts, and sciences in its curriculum, Bannister Academy produces intellectually and morally astute graduates who will contribute positively to their community, the country, and the world.



1. Submit a properly filled-out application and medical forms.
2. Schedule entrance test with the Admissions Head. Testing schedules may vary.
3. Pay the non-refundable admission and testing fee of Php 1,500.00 at the Accounting Office during the scheduled entrance test date. Office hours are from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM on weekdays.
4. Present the Official Receipt date to the Admission Head on your child’s scheduled entrance exam date.

5. Wait for the result for two to three days.
6. Once the applicant passes, you will get a call for the next steps.

For preschool to grade 12, the parents of the applicant will have an interview with the Headmaster. Schedules may vary. Kindly coordinate with the Admissions Head.
For grades 7 to 12, the applicant will have an interview with the High School Coordinator, and answer the Study Attitudes and Methods Survey (SAMS).
7. Submit all the remaining admission requirements discussed with you by the Admissions Head.
8. Wait for the Acceptance Letter to be sent via email by the Admissions Head.



1. Original Report Card with Learner’s Reference Number (LRN)
2. Original Certificate of Good Moral Character from adviser or guidance counselor
original Birth Certificate (PSA)
3. Accomplished application and medical information forms immunization records
4. Two (2) copies of 2×2 colored picture (any background)



Foreign applicants follow the same admission procedure but with additional requirements to be submitted.

Alien Certificate of Registration Identification Card (original and clear copy)
Special Study Permit (original and clear copy)
Passport (original and clear copy)Passport (original and clear copy) of the applicant and the applicant’s parents
Note: Original Report Card or Transcript of Record with English translation


Applicant with learning support requirements will be considered for admission on an equal basis with all other students provided that they meet the criteria set out in the school’s admission policy and that their needs will be met without unduly prejudicing the education and welfare of other students.

The School needs take into account the suitability of the applicant to mainstream education and availability of resources and facilities to meet that applicant’s needs. Each class may have 2 to 3 students with learning support needs depending on the compatibility with the class. Accommodations may be given depending on the need.

Learning support needs or additional needs may include but not limited to the following:
-speech delay
-mild autism
-attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
-attention deficit disorder (ADD)
-bipolar disorder
-physical impairment
-and other learning disability