Admissions Department


The RPS mission is to create and promote a passion-driven learning environment for young individuals and their families by providing best-in-class coaches, facilities, programs, educators, and methodologies that will provide the highest levels of training and education. Below is information on the procedure and documentation the Club Med Academies school needs to get your child started, and the resources they will need upon arrival.

The Director of Education will invite your family and the potential student to a video conference to understand your family’s needs and present an overview of our academic curriculum. Upon agreement to move forward, a full-time student must pay a registration fee to secure their enrollment spot.

  1. Admissions Department sends all forms and applications to the parents
    • Welcome letter
    • Registration Application
    • School Calendar & Supplies List
  2. Report Cards and Transcripts
    • Each family will supply an academic transcript from the student’s previous school.
    • High school students must send a transcript from 8th grade.
    • Middle school students must send report cards/transcripts from 5th up
    • All students must be in good standing with his/her previous school.
    • Official report cards and transcripts in a sealed envelope or by email to the Director of Education. Parents must request all paperwork from the school.
    • Teacher Recommendation Letters. An English and Math teacher recommendation letter with current grades.
  3. International Students
    • Transcripts must be translated, transcribed course-
      by-course into US standards into English
  4. Payment
    • Once the tuition payment and the student’s records from their previous school(s) are received, the Head of Academics Development creates a four-year academic plan for the full-time student.
  5. School Arrival
    • Our meet and greet team will receive each student.
    • Each student will take an entrance exam during their orientation week. This exam will help determine your child’s placement in the school’s curriculum in English and Mathematics.
    • The first week each student will be going through the following documents and presentations:
      • School schedule
      • Introduction to our teachers
      • Courses and their descriptions
      • Extra clubs and activities
      • Student’s community hours
      • National Honor Society
      • School Policies
      • NCAA Eligibility Center
      • College Board – SAT/ACT TOEFL
      • Personal Academic Goals


Our Director of Academics keeps in frequent contact with students and CMA teachers provide feedback, making comments that address each student’s areas of strength and challenge with expertise and compassion. Grades and student progress are viewed and shared with students and parents in our user- friendly, interactive grade book.