GDE Online Application 2022/2023 Form Portal – www.gdeadmissions.gov.za

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GDE Online Application 2022/2023:  The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) Admission for Grade 1 and Grade 8 Online Application for the 2022/2023 academic year is now open. See details below;

GDE Online Application

The Gauteng Department Of Education (GDE) has announced admissions and registrations for 2023. Keep the following dates in mind for critical entrance and registration deadlines:

GDE Online Application 2022/2023

From 10 August 2022 to 3 September 2022, the first phase of the GDE Online Application for 2023 Admission Period will be accessible for Grade 7 learners currently in the Gauteng public school system to apply to Grade 8.

The second phase of the 2023 GDE Admissions Period will begin on 13 September 2022 and close on 8 October 2022. Phase 2 accepts Grade 1 applications as well as applications from outside of Gauteng public schools up to Grade 8.

During Phase 1, parents of learners that are currently in Grade 7 public ordinary schools in Gauteng will enrol their children in Grade 8.

During Phase 2, parents of learners who need admission to Grade 1 and the remaining Grade 7 learners from independent schools and other provinces will make applications to Grade 1 and Grade 8 for the 2023 academic year

All parents with children that need to commence with Grade 1 and /or Grade 8 must apply online for learners to be admitted to a school in the 2023 Academic year.

Required Documents For GDE Online Application

After you have completed your online registration for 2023, you need to provide the following documents to the school you selected when applying. For both South African citizens and non-South African citizens, a list of all required documents will appear on the application confirmation note.

Consequently, regardless of whether the child is entering Grade 1 or Grade 8, the following documents must be submitted:

  • Your ID document as the parent or legal guardian
  • The birth certificate of the learner
  • Proof of your home or work address
  • Immunization/clinic document which should prove that the child does not have tuberculosis, tetanus, hepatitis B, polio, measles, and diphtheria (if the child is applying as Grade 1 learner)
  • If the child is in another school, you will need to supply the most recent report of the child

Document Needed From International Students

  • Passport of the parent or legal guardian
  • Proof of your home or work address
  • Asylum Seeker or Refugee Permit of the child
  • Current academic report card of the school where the child is presently (if the child is applying for Grade 8)

For more details, visit: https://www.gdeadmissions.gov.za

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