At EtonHouse Prep we are able to offer places to children from all backgrounds – including local Korean families, those with dual citizenship as well as expatriates and international families.
Below you will find an explanation of our admissions process:
All prospective parents are warmly invited to make an appointment to visit us for a tour of the building by the Admissions & Communications Manager. This is an opportunity to ask questions and receive information.
We undertake informal assessments of all children prior to their starting date. These assessments are designed to determine the pupil’s strengths and weaknesses in order that the correct support and resources are provided for that child as they start, as well as to ensure that the pupil will benefit from the education on offer at EHPS. It is also an opportunity for the Headteacher to meet with parents and discuss their aspirations.
Parents will then receive a letter requesting for a deposit to be paid to secure that place. Should the parent want to accept the place, they will then return the deposit under the child’s name and the child’s place will be confirmed. If there is no place in a particular year group, the child will be added to a waiting list.
There will then be various forms to sign on policies relating to admissions, fees and the release of information. Upon completion of those, a uniform, bag and a parent handbook will then be sent out.
Tuition Fee Details
Details of tution fees are available from the Office. Please refer to our contact page for location details.
Need-to-know fee information:
- Fees are payable termly or annually
- Lunch and Learning materials are included in the tuition fee
- Bus Costs are not included. Details of bus costs are available from the Office
- Summer Camp (optional) will be charged separately
- After Clubs taught by internal teachers are included in tuition fees
EtonHouse Prep Bank Details
Our account is below for reference once you have acquired all your information and are ready to transfer the necessary fees to complete your registration, or for other miscellaneous materials that may be required.
EtonHouse Prep Co.
Korea Exchange Bank
Application fee, Registration fee, Tuition, Bus fee, etc
Korea Exchange Bank
Deposit, Tuition, After School fee(Only Ballet & Music class)
Please take a few moments to review the policies we have set forth for EtonHouse Prep school. We expect all parents and students to abide by these policies upon registration for our school to ensure the safety and security of everyone involved.
Scholarships & Bursaries
EHPS is inclusive and seeks to provide support and challenge for every student according to their individual needs. We seek to enrol students with additional learning needs as well as those with high academic, musical or sporting talent who will benefit from the opportunities that EHPS provides and who will contribute strongly to the life of the school.
Scholarship candidates must sit the Scholarship Assessments and will be interviewed by the Principal and/or Head Teacher.
- Recommendation from the Principal
- School reports for the current year
- Performance in scholarship assessments
- Performance in ‘interview’ with the Principal
- Performance in sport of the arts activity
In a few specific cases, the school will award Bursary Awards in case of financial hardship. These awards are available on discretion to families whose circumstances change significantly meaning they are unable to continue to afford to pay full fees. Bursary awards may also be made on entry for families in the following categories:
- Military personnel
- Diplomatic personnel
For further information please contact our Admissions and Communications Manager, Angela Sung.
There are a few scholarship opportunities available at the Music Academy at EHPS.
All applicants of the following scholarship programmes must contribute to achievements in the following areas:
- Show interest in music
- Show motivation to learn
- Practice on a daily basis
- Aptitude in the instrument chosen
This scholarship is designed to offer financial assistance with the Instrumental Tuition programme for any pupils currently enrolled at EH Prep School and EH Lodge. The applicant must show great aptitude in the instrument chosen, and show high interest and motivation towards learning to perform music. The scholarship will be offered regardless of which instrument(s) chosen or the number of lessons the applicant wishes to take.
Only a limited number of pupils will be selected to be considered for the scholarship. The decision on the eligibility of all applicants will be discussed and selected by the CEO/Principal of EHPS and teachers/staff of Music Academy. The amount of scholarship will vary by each applicant. It will depend on the scholarship budget availability and the applicant’s parent(s)/guardian(s)’ current financial status.
We feel that children benefit from being members of mixed age group houses. This helps develop opportunities for year groups to work together, encourages children to support each other, gives them a strong sense of responsibility and provides them with a range of cooperative and competitive activities in which to participate.
Being in a house is also great fun!
There are three houses: ELGAR, SHACKLETON and NIGHTINGALE with a balanced number of children from each year group in each house. Children are assigned a house on entry to the school and siblings are in the same house. Staff are assigned to houses too.
House shirts are available for sale at the office and serve to identify each child’s house and develop a sense of belonging. House shirts may be worn on PE days or when there is a house activity.
Each house has a boy and girl captain elected from amongst our oldest students. There are house captain badges and a house cup and students collect house points each week from adults in the school. Points are awarded as follows:
Every day children may be awarded house points. Also, the house system is used at various events and activities in school. House activities might include: house song, sports day, inter-house quiz, fund raising, or art competitions.
House points are recorded weekly and announced in assembly. Cumulative totals are calculated each term and the House Cup is awarded to the team with the most points.