|Grades||Tuition Fees (AED)|
|KG 1 & KG 2||11842|
|Grades 1, 2 & 3||12645|
|Grades 4,5 & 6||13624|
|Grades 7,8 & 9||15830|
|Admission Fee (KG1-3)||700||Once only-New Admission|
|Admission Fee (4-12)||900||Once only-New Admission|
|Medical||500 + 25 VAT||Annual|
|Additional Optional Fees||AED||Applicability|
|Bus Fee||6,500-8,000||Annual transport fee range according to area|
|Book & Stationery||1,000-7,000||Annual GR.1- GR.12|
|Samsung Tablet||1,000 + 50 VAT||GR.1- GR.12, As and when applied|
|Uniforms||to be purchased direct from third party|
|Certificate or Documents||150-300||As and when applied|
|Particular||Cash||PDC 1st Sept||PDC 1st Dec||PDC 1st March||Total|
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For returning students, and according to the Schools Fees Framework, the school will charge up to 10% of the total fee amount to be paid within the time frame specified by the school:
A non-refundable admission fee per student is required before taking the entrance exam. The admission fee is a separate charge in addition to tuition.
For students who are withdrawn from the school during the academic year, fee deduction will be applied as per the Schools Fees Framework quoted below:
The value of the fee per month is calculated by dividing the total tuition fees by ten. Charges for books and school supplies will not be refunded but the above conditions for refund apply to transportation fees if the service is provided by the school.
A pupil’s name will be taken off the school rolls on the following grounds:
The pupil whose name is struck off the rolls may be considered for re-admission to the School at the Principal’s discretion, but may be required to go through all the formalities of a new admission.
The school reserves the right to not re-enroll students for the following academic year when fees are repeatedly not paid on time. This will be documented by the school through the issuance of dated warning letters.
The school also reserves the right to not issue the concerned student his or her progress report and to refer the issue to the KHDA.