1 I want to know about the school accreditation and the qualification examination.
Our school is an international Christian school. First of all, the United States has more public confidence in Christian schools than public education
It is a representative school of the Korea Association of Christian Schools (KACS) and it also has been selected as the best educational institution by ASIC (Accreditation Service for International School), which is an authoritative international school certification institution in 60 countries around the world.
In addition, education is conducted in connection with various educational institutions in the United States, and excellent studies and education in prestigious Christian and private schools in the United States are maintained.
However, our school is an international school. All classes are taught in English, so you have to take the GED if you wish to enroll in Korean universities.
This school does not focus on the GED and does not recommend it because our goal is to train student international and Christian leaders.
However, if you wish to take the qualification exam, the academic level of our curriculum is high enough to pass the qualification exam with ease.
Rather, because it is recognized as an academic background in US, we are preparing our students for ACT or SAT, National Test and AP Test in the U.S.
Currently, one of KICS campuses in US, BCS( Belleville Christian School), is fully accredited by COGNIA, so all KICS graduates can have double certificates of graduation from BCS.
2 Does KICS run school buses ?
Yes, we have a school bus. The route is set up according to the applicant for each semester, and applications can be made through the website. If there are fewer than five applicants, the route may be abolished.
3 Is there a residence hall?
Residence hall students account for about 30% of all students. The male and female residence hall are divided, and they are assigned to distant students first, and they must maintain excellent grades.
4 I want to know about school cafeteria.
There is a school cafeteria for our students and faculty. The menu is guided through the home newsletter every week.
Basically, chemical condiments are not used. Boarding students are provided with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and most of the commuting students are provided with lunch except for special activities.
5 Is it possible to transfer? (When is the transfer period)?
The regular admission period of our school is the September and March semesters, and if there is a vacancy in each grade, admission is possible at any time.
This class is available on the 1st and 15th of every month. However, if the quota is full, admission will be postponed until the next semester.
6 I have no experience in foreign countries, so can I take classes?
Through the level test, we identify the level of students and conduct English classes by level through ESL courses.
The adjustment period is shorter for the lower grades of elementary school.
The upper grades of elementary school are organized into ESL classes, and middle school and above are required to supplement their skills through after-school ESL classes. .
7 What are the number of classes and students?
KICS operates an online school, a kindergarten and 1st to 12th grade courses. The number of students in all grades is about 500, and there are about 15 students in 1 to 2 classes per grade. About 70 faculty members serve the school.
8 Where can I buy an application for admission?
You can buy it at the place you registered after attending the Incheon Campus admission orientation. Also, you can apply it via KICS homepage. The application fee is 30,000 won.
If you apply it on the homepage, you can pay the application fee when you apply for admission.
9 What are the requirements for admission?
It depends on the grade, but a candidate must be a child of a faithful Christian family who has clear biblical standards.
Enrollment will be decided through consultation with the admission committee, which will be held after the admission orientation every Monday, and additional consultations can be conducted as necessary. After that, the final admission will be decided through the document screening.
If you lack English skills, you can take an ESL course conducted by KICS. Elementary school students can enter even if they lack English skills, but 8th grade (2nd year of Korean middle school) or higher must have basic English skills.