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Re-enrollment & Withdrawal


An existing student who meets the academic standards, adheres to the CISM Code of Student Conduct, and maintains good financial standing throughout the year will receive a Letter of Re-Enrollment on or before the end of the third (3rd) quarter granting them a slot for the succeeding school year.  Receipt of a Letter of Re-Enrollment is no guarantee that your child will be moved up to the next grade level.  Students who do not meet grade level expectations may be retained.

CISM reserves the right to refuse, cancel, and/or withdraw the Letter of Re-Enrollment should a student, parent or guardian fail to remain in good standing.  Parents and/or guardians who are antagonistic, hostile, non-cooperative and/or non-compliant with CISM faculty or school administrators or school rules and regulations will be considered “not in good standing”.

Parents who receive a Letter of Re-Enrollment will be required to present this letter when paying their Re-Enrollment Deposit.  Kindly note that CISM reserves the right to release a child’s slot to another child on the waitlist should there be no deposit received by the deadline date stated on the Letter of Re-Enrollment.   As per the CISM School Fees and Payment Schedule, please be aware that the deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable.  If a student subsequently withdraws from CISM before tuition is paid, the Re-Enrollment Deposit is forfeited.

As part of the re-enrollment requirements, all students MUST complete the following documentation.  These forms may be downloaded from Power School towards the end of the current school year:

  1. Student Data Update Form;
  2. Student Medical Update Form;
  3. Tuberculosis Screening Form, for all NEW students, incoming Grade 6 and Grade 9 students, and students who have visited World Health Organization (WHO) classified high-burden countries;
  4. CISM IDs and Vehicle Stickers Registration Form.

Submission of these documents will form part of the requirements for the Clearance Form.

For foreign nationals, kindly ensure that your child’s student visa is renewed before the beginning of the School Year.  Spouses and children of the following categories need not apply for a student visa: (a) permanent foreign residents; (b) aliens with valid working permits; (c) foreign diplomat personnel; (d) personnel from duly accredited international organizations residing in the Philippines; and (e) holders of Special Investor’s Resident Visa (SIRV) and Special Retiree’s Resident Visa (SRRV).



If your child(ren) will not be returning to CISM, please inform the Admissions Office at the earliest possible time.  Parents will be required to submit the Withdrawal Form which may be downloaded from Power School.  Alternatively, the Withdrawal Form may be scanned and emailed to

Upon receipt of the Withdrawal Form by the Admissions Office, a copy will be forwarded to the respective School and the Finance Office for appropriate action.  The student will be required to initiate clearance procedures by having his/her Student Clearance Form signed by the respective teachers and departments indicated on the form.  For Nursery and Elementary School students, the Homeroom Teacher will handle the Student Clearance Form for them.  The Student Clearance Form  may likewise be downloaded from Power School.

Should there be outstanding balances noted on the Student Clearance Form, these must be settled at the Cashier's Office as part of the student clearance requirements.  Requests for transcript(s), school records or the Capital Development Fund (CDF) refund will only be processed after submission of a completed Student Clearance Form to the Admissions Office.

Kindly note that a minimum of fifteen (15) working days (from date of submission of the completed Student Clearance Form) is required for the release of school records or transcript(s).  Courier expenses for school records or transcript(s) will be for the account of the student.  One copy of the student's transcript will be provided.  Additional copies are processed at a cost of PhP 250 / copy, excluding postage.

The Capital Development Fund will be refunded via Philippine Peso denominated cheque within one (1) month from the date of submission of the completed Student Clearance Form.  In case of default on any tuition fees, surcharges, penalties or outstanding student balance, the CDF will be applied against all unpaid obligations of the student to CISM.  Payee name on the CDF cheque will correspond to the individual and/or company name that originally paid the CDF.  The CDF cheque may be picked up at the Cashier's Office.