I need help! I need to write a letter to a school that they had confirm in writing accepted my son become student and put my son in waiting list, but that is nearly a year ago, until today we still haven't receive any good news from this school. his ex-classmate already accepted and transfer to that this school. Can you assit me to write a letter to school so my son can go to study in this school ASAP ? I truly appreciate your help. Thank you.

Please .

You need to write a draft letter first. Please keep all personal and sensitive information out of your letter. Use placeholders where necessary.

Mr. Magoo indicated to Mr. Grinch that my son James Dean blah blah blah.

Hope this helps.

Dear sir,

I would like to take this opportunity to thanks you for putting our son Mike in the waiting list, a year ago.

As you know, we had attended Victoria School, as did our son, and we consider that the educational and school facilities, it offers are quite exceptional. Mike like your school very much and his ex-classmate already transfer to your school. Hopefuly he can join very soon.

Until today, we had not heard from you, we should be grateful if you would let us know at your earliest convenience.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Yours Sincerely,
Hi vinletter,

Here's one version....

Dear Sir:

The purpose of this letter is to inquire as to the status of Mike LastName's application for admission to your school. We were informed in November 2003 that our son was placed on a waiting list.

My husband and I attended Victoria School, as did our son (different son?) John. We have great respect for the teachers and the school's program and reputation, and we think highly of the school's facilities. Thus, we have encouraged Mike to pursue his dreams and aspirations at your school.

We are aware that other students are being notified as to their status. We would greatly appreciate knowing Mike's status so that we can plan accordingly.

Thank you for your attention to this matter, and we look forward to your positive reply.

Yours sincerely,

Note the punctuation,
Sir - Capital S
followed by a colon (North America) or (I think) a comma (Europe)

sincerely, (small s)

I hope this helps.

Thank you for your help.
Vinletter, you are most welcome.