Fee Structure

There are four major components of SIS school fees:

Registration fee

Registration fee is non-refundable and is required to secure a seat at the school (one time upon enrollment, non-refundable)

Capital levy

Capital levy is for building improvements and maintenance levy and is used for the acquisition, construction, and maintenance of school buildings, and to support capital loan repayments. (one time upon enrollment, non-refundable)

Book levy

This covers the cost of students expenses for books and resources. (yearly basis, non-refundable)

Tuition fee

Tuition fees cover the majority of school expenses. These expenses include school paid staff salaries, administration and operating costs of the school. (termly, semester, or yearly basis)

Below are due dates guideline for fee payment:

  • School fee statement for Capital Levy is issued once upon entrance and is payable 10 effective days from the date of issue
  • School fee statement for Book Levy is issued over once per year and is payable 10 effective days from the date of issue
  • School fee statement for Tuition fee is issued based on your choice of payments, yearly, semester, or termly basis and is payable 10 effective days from the date of issue
  • The due date will be stated in each statement
  • Parents or carers who are experiencing financial difficulty should contact the Principal, but BEFORE the due date
  • If school fees are not settled by the due date, and there is no approved payment arrangement, the children’s studies will be put on hold