Admission

ADMISSION PROCESS​

ADMISSIONS FOR 2024-2025

Applications for the 2024-2025 school year will be open in September. Please note the application deadlines.

We offer rolling admissions, applications received after this deadline will be considered based on availability.

Application
Deadline
Decision

Preschool (18 mo-Kindergarten)

October 31

January 15

Elementary School (1st-5th grade)

November 30

February 15

Middle School School (6th-8th grade)

December 31

March 15

High School School (9th-12th grade)

December 31

March 15

CONTACTS:

Telephone: (832) 474-1013 Ext: 201

Email: admission@lihouston.org

Inquire

We welcome you to come to our school and discover our community and culture.

Open HouseInquiries and Tours

As admission is selective and cannot be guaranteed, the Lycée International de Houston is strongly guided by our mission and philosophy: to provide students with a world-class international education in a welcoming, caring, and non-discriminatory environment. Children of all races, religions, national and ethnic origins, and socioeconomic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Steps Toward Admission
Below are the steps to take to ensure you will be prioritized for admissions consideration, while also receiving timely and thorough answers to the questions important to you.

1. Online Application Form
An application fee of $320 (non-refundable). Apply

A photo or passport for each student and a parent statement must be submitted.

2. Mandatory 

3. Mandatory Medical Information
Please submit student immunization records to Magnus

Evaluation of Applications

After those steps have been taken, our admissions team will evaluate each candidate based on the application. 

Further Information
If you have any questions and have already submitted an Admissions Inquiry, please contact our Admissions Team at admissions@lihouston.org or call (832) 474-1013 extension 205.

As admission is selective and cannot be guaranteed, the Lycée International de Houston is strongly guided by our mission and philosophy: to provide students with a world-class international education in a welcoming, caring, and non-discriminatory environment. Children of all races, religions, national and ethnic origins, and socioeconomic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Steps Toward Admission
Below are the steps to take to ensure you will be prioritized for admissions consideration, while also receiving timely and thorough answers to the questions important to you.

1. Online Application Form
An application fee of $320 (non-refundable). Apply

Photo or passport for each student and parent statement must be submitted.

2. Mandatory Testing
-Applicants to KG/GS must submit the results of the WPPSI.

Locally, we recommend Education Specialists  LLC for testing. Please contact Tami Clark of (713-461-7996) to schedule the individual evaluation Student Info form.

For applicants outside of the Houston area, the WISC , WPPSI-4 and WPPSI tests can be administered by any certified psychologist. Please have the results sent to the Lycée International de Houston. The test should be administered in the child’s first language.

3. Request a Teacher Recommendation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential teacher recommendation form via link to your child’s current school. The form should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s current teacher.

4. Request a School Recommendation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a school recommendation form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. The form should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s school director or principle. 

5. Interview / Observation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential parent form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. Admission coordinator will contact you to schedule your interview and student observation.

6. Mandatory Medical Information
Please submit student immunization records to Magnus

7. Starting Pre-K3
Children must be fully potty-trained in order to start school.

Evaluation of Applications

After those steps have been taken, our admissions team will evaluate each candidate based on the application, the candidate’s school record, teacher recommendations, interviews, and academic testing. 

An evaluation is not required for applicants transferring from an accredited French school; however, a Certificat de Scolarité and accompanying bulletins scolaires must be submitted.
Required documents to be submitted when applying.

Further Information
If you have any questions, and have already submitted an Admissions Inquiry, please contact our Admissions Team at admissions@lihouston.org or call (832) 474-1013 extension 205.

As admission is selective and cannot be guaranteed, the Lycée International de Houston is strongly guided by our mission and philosophy: to provide students with a world-class international education in a welcoming, caring, and non-discriminatory environment. Children of all races, religions, national and ethnic origins, and socioeconomic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Steps Toward Admission

Below are the steps to take to ensure you will be prioritized for admissions consideration, while also receiving timely and thorough answers to the questions important to you.

  1. Online Application Form
    An application fee of $320 (non-refundable). Apply

Photo or passport for each student and parent statement must be submitted.
2. Mandatory Testing
-Applicants for the Grade 1 must submit the results of the WPPSI.
-Applicants for the Grades 2-4 must submit the results of the WISC Assessment.
-Applicants for the Grade 5 must submit the results submit results of the ISEE (Overseas applicants may register with Prometric for a remote test center location).
Locally, we recommend Education Specialists LLC for testing. Please contact Tami Clark of (713-461-7996) to schedule the individual evaluation Student Info form.
For applicants outside of the Houston area, the WISC and WPPSI tests can be administered by any certified psychologist. Please have the results sent to the Lycée International de Houston. The test should be administered in the child’s first language.
3. Request a Teacher Recommendation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential teacher recommendation form via link to your child’s current school. The form should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s current teacher.

  1. Request a School Recommendation
    If your child currently attends school, please submit a school recommendation form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. The form should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s school director or principle. 
  2. Interview / Observation
    If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential parent form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. Admission coordinator will contact you to schedule your interview and student observation.
  3. Mandatory Medical Information
    Please submit student immunization records to Magnus

Evaluation of Applications

After those steps have been taken, our admissions team will evaluate each candidate based on the application, the candidate’s school record, teacher recommendations, interviews, and academic testing.

An evaluation is not required for applicants transferring from an accredited French school; however, a Certificat de Scolarité and accompanying bulletins scolaires must be submitted.
Required documents to be submitted when applying.

Further Information
If you have any questions, and have already submitted an Admissions Inquiry, please contact our Admissions Team at admissions@lihouston.org or call (832) 474-1013 extension 205.

As admission is selective and cannot be guaranteed, the Lycée International de Houston is strongly guided by our mission and philosophy: to provide students with a world-class international education in a welcoming, caring, and non-discriminatory environment. Children of all races, religions, national and ethnic origins, and socioeconomic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Steps Toward Admission
Below are the steps to take to ensure you will be prioritized for admissions consideration, while also receiving timely and thorough answers to the questions important to you.

1. Online Application Form
An application fee of $320 (non-refundable). Apply

Photo or passport for each student and parent statement must be submitted.
2. Mandatory Testing
Please register for and take the ISEE (Independent School Entrance Examination).
The ISEE is an achievement test and is more content-oriented, relating to what a student should know given their grade level. This test is norm-referenced with other private schools.
You can register for the ISEE on the ERB website.
Our testing location code is: 571623
3. Request a Teacher Recommendation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential teacher recommendation form via the link below to your child’s current school. For Grade 6 to 9, we need an English and Math teacher recommendation. These forms should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s current teacher:
-English Teacher Recommendation Form Link
-Math Teacher Recommendation Form Link

4. Request a School Recommendation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a school recommendation form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. The form should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s school director or principle. 

5. Interview / Observation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential parent form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. Admission coordinator will contact you to schedule your interview and student observation.

6. Mandatory Medical Information
Please submit student immunization records to Magnus

Evaluation of Applications

After those steps have been taken, our admissions team will evaluate each candidate based on the application, the candidate’s school record, teacher recommendations, interviews, and academic testing.

An evaluation is not required for applicants transferring from an accredited French school; however, a Certificat de Scolarité and accompanying bulletins scolaires must be submitted.
Required documents to be submitted when applying.

Further Information
If you have any questions, and have already submitted an Admissions Inquiry, please contact our Admissions Team at admissions@lihouston.org or call (832) 474-1013 extension 205.

As admission is selective and cannot be guaranteed, the Lycée International de Houston is strongly guided by our mission and philosophy: to provide students with a world-class international education in a welcoming, caring, and non-discriminatory environment. Children of all races, religions, national and ethnic origins, and socioeconomic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Steps Toward Admission

Below are the steps to take to ensure you will be prioritized for admissions consideration, while also receiving timely and thorough answers to the questions important to you.

1. Online Application Form
An application fee of $320 (non-refundable). Apply

Photo or passport for each student and parent statement must be submitted.
2. Mandatory Testing
Please register for and take the ISEE (Independent School Entrance Examination).
The ISEE is an achievement test and is more content-oriented, relating to what a student should know given their grade level. This test is norm-referenced with other private schools.
You can register for the ISEE on the ERB website.
Our testing location code is: 571623
3. Request a Teacher Recommendation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential teacher recommendation form via the link below to your child’s current school. For Grade 6 to 9, we need an English and Math teacher recommendation. These forms should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s current teacher:
-English Teacher Recommendation Form Link
-Math Teacher Recommendation Form Link

4. Request a School Recommendation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a school recommendation form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. The form should be electronically submitted to the Lycée International de Houston by your child’s school director or principle. 

5. Interview / Observation
If your child currently attends school, please submit a confidential parent form via link. The Admission committee works hard to put together a well balanced and diverse community of students who will thrive in our bilingual program. Admission coordinator will contact you to schedule your interview and student observation.

6. Mandatory Medical Information
Please submit student immunization records to Magnus

Evaluation of Applications

After those steps have been taken, our admissions team will evaluate each candidate based on the application, the candidate’s school record, teacher recommendations, interviews, and academic testing. 

An evaluation is not required for applicants transferring from an accredited French school; however, a Certificat de Scolarité and accompanying bulletins scolaires must be submitted.
Required documents to be submitted when applying.

Further Information
If you have any questions, and have already submitted an Admissions Inquiry, please contact our Admissions Team at admissions@lihouston.org or call (832) 474-1013 extension 205.

School Hours

Drop-off begins at 7:30 AM for all grades

Early Learning Program  18 months – 2 years old

  • Drop off: 7:30 AM – 7:50 AM
  • Classes Mon – Fri: 7:50 AM – 3:15 PM
  • Extended Day: 3:15 to 6:00 PM
  • Extracurricular activities/Aftercare 4:30

Preschool Pre-K 3 – Kindergarten 

  • Drop off: 7:30 AM – 7:50 AM
  • Classes Mon-Fri: 7:50 AM – 3:20 PM
  • Language enrichment 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
  • Extracurricular activities/Aftercare 4:30

Elementary  1st-5th grade

  • Drop off: 7:30 AM – 7:50 AM
  • Classes Mon-Fri: 7:50 AM – 3:20 PM
  • Stud Hall and language enrichment 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
  • Extracurricular activities/Aftercare 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • School closes 6:00 PM

Middle School 6th-8th grade

  • Drop off: 7:30 AM – 7:50 AM
  • Classes Mon-Fri: 7:50 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Extracurricular activities/Aftercare 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • School closes 6:00 PM

High School 9th-12th grade

  • Drop off: 7:30 AM – 7:50 AM
  • Classes Mon-Fri: 7:50 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Extracurricular activities/Aftercare 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • School closes 6:00 PM

Crystal Bucio

Employee Information

Department(s):

Clinic

Title(s):

Nurse 

Contact Information

School Email:

cbucio@lihouston.org

Education

Degree(s):

Bachelor in Science in Nursing (BSN)

Registered Nurse (RN)