Step 1 - Counselling

Parents are encouraged to come down to the school, discuss and understand the school system after talking to the Principal / Counsellors, and then take the crucial decision of applying for admission in Sherwood.


Step 2 - Registration

The child needs to be registered by filling the registration form. Please note that getting the child registered in Sherwood is not a guarantee of admission. The admission is granted based on the performance of the child in the written test / interview.

Step 3 - Entrance Test / Interview

An entrance test is conducted for students applying for classes III and above. The purpose is to evaluate whether the child matches up to the standard of the class applied for. For pre-primary and lower classes, an interview with the parents is conducted.


Step 4 - Registration

Selected candidates should pay the fees as per the schedule provided and fill up the admission form. Payment can be made in cash or draft in favour of Sherwood Public School, Petbasheerabad, Secunderabad for the amount mentioned in the admission letter.

The following documents should be submitted along with the registration form :

  • Photocopy of the Birth Certificate (Original certificate should be brought for verification).
  • Two latest passport size photographs should be fixed on the registration form.

Please note that once the fee is paid, it will not be refunded under any circumstance even if the child does not attend the school for a single day. Therefore, parents are advised to think carefully before making the payment.

The following documents should be furnished along with the admission form :

  • Transfer Certificate from the previous school. (If attended and only for Class I and above).
  • Latest photograph of the child to be fixed in the admission form.
  • Progress report of the last examination from the previous school (If attended and only for Class III and above).
  • An agreement between the school and the parents should be signed so as to ensure compliance with the school rules.