May 24, 2015 0 comment admin
Orion International Academy is a diverse learning community that is pleased to welcome international students from around the world. Our admissions team is here to help guide you through the application process.
Steps to Apply
1: Application Packet:
- Two Letters of Recommendation: Written by teachers based on the student’s academic and character achievements.
- Immunization Record
- A Copy of Student’s Official Transcript(s) for the past 3 years
- A Copy of Student’s Passport
- TOEFL/IELTS Scores, not required, but can be submitted for reference
- PSAT, SSAT, or SLEP Scores, not required, but can be submitted for reference
- Letter of Guardianship/Emergency Release
- Student Conduct Agreement
- Proof of Financial Responsibility: Documentation showing proof of financial means of supporting the international student for one academic school year.
- Skype/Zoom Interview
- Application Fee $ 150
*All documents must be translated into English and Notarized.
2: Mail all the required documents:
Mail all the documents to 13000 Pipeline Ave. Chino, CA 91710, attention Christina Gaeta, Business Manager. Please ensure that the application fee of $150 accompanies the application. Applications will not be reviewed until application payment and all required documents are received.
3: Letter of Acceptance:
You will be notified that your application for enrollment has been accepted.
4: Enrollment and I-20 Issuance
$500.00 non-refundable registration fee. Students will need to register in order to receive a new I-20. I-20 documents can be mailed to students via UPS International or Fedex with an additional of $80.00.
5: New Student Orientation Fee: $500
Refund Policy: Application, registration, and tuition and other fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.
We understand that this can be an overwhelming process and we are here to help! Please contact us with any questions or if we can be of any assistance.
GUIDE TO IMMUNIZATIONS REQUIRED GRADES TK/K–12
INSTRUCTIONS Use this guide as a quick reference to help you determine whether children seeking admission to your school meet California’s school immunization requirements. For the actual laws, see Health and Safety Code, Division 1 05, Part 2. Chapter l, Sections 1 20325-120380; California Code of Regulations, Title 1 7 Division , Chapter 4 Subchapter 8 Sections 6000-6075. If you have any questions, call the Immunization Coordinator at your local health department.