Note: ADMISSIONS TO CLASSES IX, X & XII
- For Admissions to Classes IX, X & XII, please send an email to the school at email@example.com In this email, please send the complete details of the student, along with the current and previous year’s marksheets. The School will contact you in case seat is available in the respective class.
- Please read the Rules & Regulations carefully before filling the online form.
- Each field on the online form is compulsory.
- Please check the age criteria before filling the form.
- The payment is to be made after filling out the form online. Once the payment made, please preserve the unique code of the generated PDF file.
- Your form will be disqualified if it is not filled correctly or has multiple or invalid entries. You will then be asked to re-submit a new form along with fresh payment.
Please note: The submission of the Online Application Form does not guarantee admission to the school.
Please click here to complete the Online Application Procedure.
- The admission policy will be governed and administered closely by the Admission Committee formed. Only the complete and paid applications will be eligible for the lucky draw.The allotment of seat against the vacancy will be prioritized on the following basis:
- Students/applicants from Hindi Minority class
- The sibling [of the students who are currently the students of The Lexicon International School, Kalyani Nagar]
- In case of twins, both would be considered in one lucky draw.
The seats left vacant after allotment of the seats available to the above mentioned categories of the applicants, will be made available to the Open/General Category.
- The admission policy will be governed and administered closely by the Admission Committee formed. Only the complete and paid applications will be eligible for the lucky draw.The allotment of seat against the vacancy will be prioritized on the following basis:
- Online Application Procedure will be supervised by the Admission Committee of the School. Parents who have applied for admission for their wards will also be a part of that particular lucky draw meeting.
- The entry of the names of students for the lucky draw will be made after the Eligibility Check.
- A weekday will be fixed for the lucky draw & the details of this will be communicated to parents and all online form applicants.
- During the lucky draw, the lottery chits will be opened in the presence of the parents/online form applicants by the admission committee.
- Preference will be given to minority students, subject to fulfilment of all requirements of the minority criteria and the submission of relevant documents.
- Final Entry of those selected students will be made in the school register. The signatures of all attendees will be taken.
- Names of the selected students through lucky draw (of that week) will be displayed on the School Website & Admission Notice Board.
- Selected students’ admission confirmation period & payment of fees will be 3 working days after the names are displayed on the website and the notice board.
- If the selected students do not take the admission by paying the fees within 3 days after the list is displayed, their selection will be cancelled and the seat offered to the next candidate.
(To be submitted to the school office, only after the student has been selected through the lucky draw.)
Kindly note: Identity proof of the student and identity & address proofs of both the parents/ legal guardians is a must. However, in the case of single parent/legal guardian, the identity & address proof of one parent / legal guardian is applicable.
- Age proof of the student (copy of birth certificate)
- Original school leaving certificate
- Aadhaar card copy of the student & parent/s / legal guardian/s (As required by the Education Dept.)
- Residence proof of parent/s / legal guardian/s – Current
- Residence proof of parent/s legal guardian/s – Permanent
- Bonafide certificate (for admission to LKG & onwards)
- Copy of last progress report card
- Caste Certificate (If applicable)
- Certificate of Legal Guardianship (If applicable)
- Minority undertaking (If applicable)
- 3 recently clicked passport size photographs
Admission to Class XI
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Eligibility and Intake
|Class||Age criteria (years)||Remarks|
|I||6+||Student born between – 1st October 2014 to 31st December 2015|
|II||Nil||Student must have passed Class I from a recognised school|
|III||Nil||Student must have passed Class II from a recognised school|
|IV||Nil||Student must have passed Class III from a recognised school|
|V||Nil||Student must have passed Class IV from a recognised school|
|VI||Nil||Student must have passed Class V from a recognised school|
|VII||Nil||Student must have passed Class VI from a recognised school|
|VIII||Nil||Student must have passed Class VII from a recognised school|
|IX||Nil||Student must have passed Class VIII from a recognised school|
|X||Nil||Student must have passed Class IX from a recognised school|
NEW STUDENTS 2021-22
|TOTAL ANNUAL FEES|
OLD STUDENTS 2020-21 PROMOTED TO 2021-22 BATCH
|TOTAL ANNUAL FEES|
The school fee is broken down to the Admission Fees, Term Fees and Tuition Fees.
- Fees can be paid in 2 instalments.1st Installment at the time of admission, 2nd Installment by 10th August. School Admission Fee is a one-time, non-refundable payment at the time of taking admission, for New Admissions only.
- In addition to the fees, parents may need to meet optional expenses such as uniform, books, notebooks, school lunch, transport, school publications, educational trips, excursions, class activity/co-curricular material charges, activity charges, fees for public/board examinations, Annual Days & Sports Days and any other requirement in connection with their child’s education at Lexicon.
- Those opting for Transport: Transport fee for Term I (April to September) to be paid by 10th March. Transport fee for Term II (October to March) to be paid by 10th August. Defaulters will be charged a fine of Rs. 25/- per day thereafter. If a student cancels the school transport before the end of a Term, Transport charges will be payable for the Full Term. Under no circumstances, will the amount be refunded or adjusted.
- All fees are to be paid either by NEFT, IMPS or cash payment at School/ Bank. The time period given for the payment of fees after confirmation of admission will be 3 days.
- The academic year has 2 terms. Term I -1st April to 30th September & Term II- 1st October to 31st March.
- If a student leaves the school before the end of a Term, fees will be payable for the full Term. Under no circumstances, will the fees be refunded or adjusted.
- In case of mid-session admission, Fees has to be paid in full amount of the particular term along with the admission charges. No part payment will be accepted.
- The fee schedule of the School is subject to change from time to time, at the discretion of te management of The Lexicon Schools. The School will communicate any fee revision to parents.
- There will be no deduction in school fees or transport charges for vacations and broken periods.
- Fees paid once will not be refunded if admission is cancelled.
- Once a student is registered in one school of The Lexicon Schools, no transfer is permissible to any other campus of The Lexicon Schools.
- If the admission is cancelled before the start of the new academic year, the school is not liable to refund any amount paid.
- The School Fees are as per the MAHARASHTRA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (REGULATION OF FEE) ACT, 2011.No. FRA2014/CR170/SM6
- Black rain shoes (no slippers or fancy shoes are permitted during the monsoons)
- No jewellery is allowed, except a plain wristwatch and small earrings (no chains & lockets)
- No make-up or nail polish is permitted
- PE uniform to be worn on PE days
- Shirts are required to be tucked into the trousers/skirts at all times
- Girls’ skirts should be knee-length.
Boys should have their hair cut short, and be clean-shaven.
- Girls with long hair should have their hair plaited or tied neatly. Hair may not be colored, tinted or highlighted. No fancy air styles will be permitted.
- Students failing to comply with the uniform regulations will be sent home after two warnings are recorded in the school diary. Parents will have to come and take their child home.
- Students should take pride in their uniform as it provides them with an identity.
Parents are asked to ensure that children arrive and leave school punctually. Students must have a minimum of 75% attendance in each term. Only then he/she will be permitted to appear for the Summative Assessments.
Leave applications must be made in advance.
Application for leave must be written by the parent and should be addressed to the Principal. If the duration of the absence is to be more than 2 days, a letter should be sent at once supported by a medical report in case of sickness.
The school operates on a full attendance policy. However, sometimes, absences cannot be avoided. We ask the students and parents to take responsibility for their absences by finding out what activities and homework have been missed. It is up to you to ensure that the missed work is made up and missed homework assignments are completed. Home Work is set each day according to the subjects appearing on the H.W. timetable.
Parents are requested to 1) see that the H.W. is done, and, 2) To sign the school organizer daily.
It is important to note that the student’s absence rates will be declared in the school transfer records to the future schools.
Leave and Absences
- In all cases of absence, parents/guardians should notify the class teacher through the Leave Record Section of the student’s diary.
- Prior sanction must be sought from the Principal through a written application, in case of absence exceeding two days.
- Prolonged absence on medical grounds should be supported by a Medical Certificate.
- Students suffering from contagious or infectious diseases must refrain from attending school until the completion of the quarantine period. They will not be permitted to attend School until they produce a Medical Certificate of clearance.
Chicken Pox: Students may return to school after 10 to 14 days. (Provided the scabs have fallen off)
Mumps: Students may return to school when the swelling has subsided.
If a child is to leave early from school, and the parent is unable to collect the child, a letter of authority should be given by the parent to the person collecting the child.
- Stand in the queue to get onto the bus. Do not push other pupils.
- Sit down on the seat allotted to you.
- Do not walk around in the moving bus.
- Do not break segregation rules on the bus.
- Do not shout or talk loudly in the bus as it may distract the driver.
- Do not fight with other pupils.
- Do not throw litter or any other articles around, in or out of the bus.
- Do not keep your bags in the aisle or walking space.
- Do not eat while seated in the bus.
- Do not damage the interiors of the bus; any damage caused by you will be charged for.
- In case of a permanent change of your pick up/drop off location, you need to meet the Administration Officer and fill up the appropriate form(s).
- You will not be allowed to use school transport for after-school activities if you are not a regular bus user.
- It is extremely important that any change to a child’s normal transportation arrangements be intimated through a letter to the class teacher at least one day prior to the change. Parents are required to inform the class teacher, if the child will not be boarding the bus on a given day, either in the morning, afternoon or both.
- Children cannot avail of the bus facility if they are taking a half-day. Parents must collect their child.
- Kindly check your child’s organizer daily.
- Send your child to school regularly on time and in a complete and clean uniform.
- Carry your ID Card when entering the school premises.
- Avoid criticism and use of negative or harsh language for your child.
- Encourage and motivate your child when he/she is right.
- Do not compare your child with the other children.
- Take an appointment immediately with the child’s counsellor if you observe any change in his/her behaviour.
- Immediately notify any change in address and/or telephone number to the class teacher.
- Kindly co-operate with the school in maintaining discipline.
- Spend quality time with your child – Observe, Listen and Communicate.
- Allow your child to enjoy childhood.
- Attend all the open house sessions and school events and functions.
Parents are not allowed to enter the school premises with their cars/vehicles. Parking should be done outside the school gate.
These rules and regulations may be changed and/or amended at any time at the discretion of the Director. The decision of the Director is final and binding.
All students are expected to conduct themselves in a disciplined manner in all places and at all times, and project the good name of their School by their courteousness, manners, and conversation. Students should be kind, considerate and co-operative with their fellow students and teachers at all times.
The wholehearted co-operation of the parents is expected at all times in the formation of the character of their children. As the student progresses from the lower to the higher grades, he/she will be given increasing opportunities to shift from conforming to externally imposed order to self-imposed discipline.
- Students are answerable to the School authorities for their conduct both in and outside the School. Hence, misbehaviour in the school bus, on the street and in public place justifies dismissal. Irregular attendance, habitual illness, disobedience, objectionable moral influence or a week’s inexcusable absence, and above all, disrespect and discourtesy to teachers are sufficient causes for dismissal. The decision of the Director shall be final in this matter.
- When the students are walking along the corridors or moving up and down the stairs, as and when changing classes, they must walk in silence and remember to keep to their left always.
- Pupils should be careful and should avoid throwing rubbish anywhere else, except in the bins provided for the purpose.
- No presents or other gestures are allowed for any of the staff members.
- Students should not bring mobile phones, I-pods, i-pads, DVDs, CDs, Discman and similar gadgets to the School. These gadgets will be confiscated if they are brought to the school.
- Students shall bring only such materials to School as are connected with the School activities. Students are forbidden from bringing water balloons, crackers, transistors and other such materials.
- Chewing gum or similar substances must not be brought to the School.
- Students shall not wear ornaments or jewellery in School. Girls can wear “small” ear studs or earrings. The School is not responsible for any loss or theft for the same.
- Students need to take every care to preserve and protect the classroom and the School property. The Parent/Guardian shall compensate for any damage/loss caused by their child.
- Parents/Guardian shall meet the teachers on the Open day.
- Parents/Guardians shall meet the teachers only with prior appointment.
- If the teacher has called a parent/guardian for discussions concerning the child, they need to respond promptly and personally. Parents/Guardians are required to come to the meeting personally and not send anyone else to represent them.
- Parents/Guardians are expected to co-operate with the School authorities by enforcing regularity and discipline.
- Private tuitions are not encouraged. If special coaching is necessary or desired, parents need to take special permission.
- The School does not accept responsibility for loss of books, pens, money and other valuables.
- Students should greet guests, visitors and members of the staff politely and show them due respect.
- Students are required to display good manners, be polite and courteous to one another and avoid the use of objectionable language.
- Money should not be lent or borrowed and articles should not be exchanged or sold in the School premises.
- Insubordination, immorality, vandalism, smoking and malpractices such as copying and cheating during test or exams are punishable offences and will be dealt with appropriately. The use of the office telephone by students is restricted to emergencies and with the permission of the supervisors. No mobile phones are permitted.
- No gift to be brought by the child on his/her birthday. Only books can be donated to the school library.
- All students are expected to contribute towards a positive learning atmosphere in the class by co-operating with the teacher, getting work done on time, contributing to discussions, asking questions and avoiding disturbances.
- Every student shares the responsibility of informing someone in authority if they see others violating the rules.
- All articles brought to school should be marked with the student’s name. School bags must be small and light as much as possible.
- Warning letter system:
A warning letter will be issued to a student for continuous:
- Negligence of homework
- Not being in proper uniform
- Not bringing books to class
- Habitually being late
- Non-payment of fees
This letter will be issued at the Director’s discretion. Serious action will be taken against a student who has been issued three warning letters.
- The school property should be handled carefully. Students must refrain from defacing or writing on walls, tables or chairs. Utmost care must be taken when handling the computers.
- Any damage done, even by accident, must be reported immediately to the class teacher or co-ordinator. Any damage committed willfully or by carelessness will have to be compensated for.
- Care of the entire classroom property is the responsibility of the students who occupy it.
- Students utilizing the computer and science labs are expected to be careful while using the equipment therein.
Students should look after their own possessions with utmost care. The School will not hold any responsibility, whatsoever, for books, clothes, money, calculators, snack boxes or other articles that are lost. Valuables should not be brought to the School.
No child is to take leave on a test/assessment day. If a child is absent for a class test/assessment, NO RETEST will be given under any circumstances and no request will be entertained and the child will be marked absent.
If you are late :
If you arrive between 7:30 am – 7:50 am, report to the class teacher and you will be marked late.
If you arrive after 7.50 am, you will be sent back home.
Responsibility of Internet Use :
- Access must be made via the user’s authorized account and password, which must not be given to any other person.
- The use of any school computers and the Internet must be appropriate to the student’s education.
- The school ICT system may not be used for private purposes. Downloading of any software, MP3 and movie files is not allowed.
- The security of the ICT system must not be compromised, whether owned by the school or by other organization.
- The use of Hotmail/Yahoo/Gmail/other free e-mailers/social networking sites is forbidden. Copyright and intellectual property right must be respected.
- Irresponsible use may result in the loss of internet access.
The School may exercise its right by electronic means to monitor the use of the School Computer Systems, including the monitoring of websites, the interception of e-mails and the deletion of inappropriate materials. When applicable, outside agencies including police may be involved.
School transport rules & regulations :
- The School transport facility provided by the School is only to render extra facility for the convenience of the students.
- The School authority has all the right to alter/modify/add/delete any route or stop/pick up point as per the school’s decisions.
- School transport fees should be made timely as per the transport invoice sent per term.
- Yearly transport fees will be charged in two instalments. Term-1 from April to September and Term-2 from October to March. Any payment made after the last date of payment as mentioned in the transport invoice will attract a fine of Rs 25/- per day.
- No deductions in fees are made for vacations or broken periods.
- In case of non-payment of transport charges, the School authority has full right to deny the entry of the child onto the School bus/vehicle.
- Pick up and drop off points will be decided by the School, and parents have to ensure that their children are picked up from and dropped off at the school designated points only. Parents/guardians will have to ensure a person is present at the drop off point when the child is dropped back after school. In the absence of the parent/guardian, the child will be brought back to the School and parents will have to then come and pick the child from the School.
- In case the school bus is unable to reach the designated pick up/drop off point due to some blockage/road repair/less space to turn/restriction from government, corporation etc the parents will have to make necessary arrangements for picking and dropping the child to the next nearest point of pick up/drop off.
In case of delay by the parent in reaching the pick up/drop off point, drivers will not wait and the bus will move ahead.