Convenient, structured payments for an outstanding education
Payment of Fees
Registration fee: AED 500 payable at the time of applying for entry into the school (inclusive of VAT, non-transferable, non-refundable, non-adjustable).
When an offer of a seat in the school is extended, there will be an admission fee of AED 2500 needed to secure the seat. This admission fee is non-refundable, and is prorated and adjustable against the 1st term fees, which are the first four months of the term.
Tution fees must be paid by termly (September, January, April)
Cash, cheque and credit card are accepted and payment can be made in person at the school accounts office. In addition, payments of fees and tuition can also be paid online or by wire transfer directly to the school bank account. (Provided upon request)
Non-payment of Fees
Students may not be permitted to appear for the school examination if their fees are not paid. Failure to pay school fees may result in a loss of the student’s place in the school, withholding of their school reports, references, and/or examination results, as well as, temporary or permanent expulsion or exclusion from school.
The registration fee, admission fee, and re-enrolment fee are non-refundable.
In order to secure the seat for the next academic year, parents will be asked to pay a re-enrolment fee of 10% of the total fee amount, which is non-refundable, but adjustable against the tuition fees. Please note, students who are unable to be registered with the KHDA due to missing required documentation, or students with an outstanding fee balance, will not be able to be re-enrol for the next academic year.
All students withdrawing from the school must submit notification of their withdrawal in writing to the Registrar office. A 30-day notification period is required to ensure all necessary documents are ready.
Disclaimer: “Please note that school fees for the upcoming academic year are subject to change in accordance with Article 51 the Bylaw of Federal Law No. (28) of 1999 Concerning Private Education and applicable regulations.”