At Rosemont School, we recognise the importance of selecting the correct secondary school for the student and for her family. With this in mind, we aim to be as informative and helpful as possible.
Applicants should read the school’s Admissions Policy prior to completing the application form. The information requested on the application form is required in order to process your application for admission to Rosemont School. The information provided by you will be treated confidentially and processed in line with the school’s Admissions Policy.
We are as always pleased to meet with prospective students and parents and answer any questions they may have.
Due to Covid-19 and for the health and safety of our students and staff access to the campus is limited, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
1st Year Applications
If before 1 February 2020, you were offered and accepted a place in Rosemont School, and paid a deposit for a place in 1st Year for September 2021, 2022, or 2023 the new policy will not impact your place.
If you would like to apply for a place for your daughter in 1st year 2021 in Rosemont School you may do so from October 1st 2020. Our application form may be completed online, or if preferable may be downloaded. Places will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Offers will not be made before the date set out in the Annual Admissions Notice 2021. If you are an overseas student please complete the Overseas Application Form. If you would like further information please call 01- 207 8007 or email email@example.com
If before 1 February 2020, you applied for a place for September 2024 or 2025, your application has been added to the waiting list. In November of the year before your daughter’s year of entry, places will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis to anyone whose name is on that waiting list. There will be no need for you to re-apply. Offers will not be made before the date set out in the Annual Admissions Notice for each relevant year. The Annual Admissions Notice will be published on the school website and communicated with you.
If before February 2020 you applied for a place in Rosemont with an entry date later than September 2025, you will need to apply again in October of the year before your desired entry date. Your initial application will be considered an intention to apply only.
If your daughter is in fifth class or below and you would like to keep in touch with Rosemont School please complete the Rosemont Keep in Contact Form, Subscribe to our News, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Alternatively, you may complete the Keep in Contact form online by clicking here.
2nd-6th Year Applications
You may apply any time for a place in Rosemont School for 2nd-6th year. Any available places will be allocated in accordance with the selection criteria in our Admissions Policy. Any offer is conditional on payment of a deposit in full. Please see Fee Structure Information 20/21 for further information on school fees. If you wish to apply our application form may be completed online, or if preferable may be downloaded. If you are an overseas student please complete the Overseas Application Form. If you would like further information please call 01- 207 8007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you wish to visit or would like further information please call 01-207 8007 or email email@example.com to make a suitable appointment.
Our Admissions Policy has been created within the context of current legislation, the DES regulation, the rights of the Patron and the resources available as further outlined in our admissions policy document.
Each year Rosemont School offers full & part scholarships to entrants at 1st year.
These are awarded on the basis of an open examination which this year will be held on Saturday January 16th 2021. The scholarship covers all or part tuition fees from 1st to 6th Year. Please refer to our Scholarship Policy document for further information. For students entering 1st year in September 2021, the deadline for application submission for the scholarship exam is Friday 8th January 2021.
Each year Rosemont School offers Bursary opportunities to applicants entering 1st year. For further information please refer to the Bursary Policy document and the Student Bursary Application Form 2021
The date for our annual open day is Saturday October 10th. This year however, due to Covid-19, we will be conducting our Open Day via Webinar. Please click here to register Open Day Webinar Registration
Every academic term Rosemont School offers Sample Afternoons to primary school girls from 3rd- 6th class. With age appropriate classes and lots of fun the Sample Afternoons are a unique and ideal way for prospective students to get to know Rosemont School, our teachers and students while also making new friends. Prior registration is required for each sample afternoon and may be done so through online registration, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01 207 8007.
Summary Step-by-Step Guide on how to Enrol
- You can contact us directly by calling us at 01 207 8007 or emailing email@example.com or you can apply online by clicking here.
- The application form is available for download here (PDF).
- Upon receipt of the application form and two most recent school reports, and by no later than 21 days, the school shall make a decision in respect of the application concerned and inform the parents in writing thereof.
- Acceptance of a place will be secured on receipt of the non- refundable deposit.
This deposit will be off-set against school fees for first year of entry.
- You are welcome to virtually attend our Annual Open Day, Saturday Oct 10th 2020 from 11am-2pm.
- 1st year applicants please refer to Rosemont School’s Annual Admissions Notice and Admissions Policy. Upstream Applicants please refer to Rosemont School’s Admissions Policy
Academic Scholarship Awards
Rosemont Scholarship Examination for 6th class girls will take place on Saturday January 16th 2021. The deadline for application submission is Friday January 8th 2021
Key to the ethos of Rosemont is to facilitate equal opportunity of access to education and social diversity. This independently funded programme established by the Trustees is aimed at high academic promise students who will benefit from the opportunities that Rosemont provides and who will contribute strongly to the life of the school.
An application form is available as part of the policy document and should be completed and returned by the specified date.
Prospective students in 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th class are invited to attend our Sample Afternoons, where the girls participate in age appropriate classes and have the opportunity to meet with Rosemont students and teachers. It is a fun and social event for the girls. These Sample Afternoons are also open to girls who have not yet applied to Rosemont. Prior registration for the event is preferable.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, these events are currently postponed.