A fee will be determined annually by the Board of Trustees.
The fee for 2013 School Year (5 Feb-19 Dec) will be NZ$10,665.
The fee is payable a semester in advance. The first semester consists of school terms 1 and 2, and the second, terms 3 and 4.
The fee includes:
Normal School Programme, Enhanced Curriculum Programme and Learning Support Programmes tuition.
Specialist Courses Materials and Services
- For the supply of all Technology, Foods and Arts materials and services and Information & Communications Technologies services throughout the year.
- To enhance planned school and classroom programmes, visits to museums, galleries, concerts, and other venues have been arranged and selected artists and groups have been booked for school performances. Programme Activites also includes all parent/caregiver costs associated with Waterwise for the year.
Camp/Outdoor Education Week
- Includes accommodation, meals, transport, equipment hire and all qualified instructors, as now required by Health and Safety legislation.
- All transport and entrance costs for art, cultural and sport representation.
- Entry fees for external examinations or testing programmes, administered by the school.
Text-books loaned to the International Student.
New Zealand Government Goods and Services Tax.
New Zealand Ministry of Education International Student Fee.
The fee does not include:
- School uniform
- Charges for losses or damages to school resources and property.
A fee refund will only be considered in exceptional circumstances -
- Family bereavement, compassionate or other family circumstances.
- Other specific circumstances at the discretion of the Board of Trustees.
Any fee refund made, will be less direct and indirect costs and committed expenditure as deemed by the school.
Application for a fee refund must be made in writing to the Board of Trustees.
A fee refund will not be considered on the grounds of the student gaining New Zealand residency during the semester for which payment has been made.
A fee refund will not be considered if an enrolment is terminated.
The conditions and procedures by which refunds will be considered and made will be available to the parents of international students.
When a student leaves the school, all property belonging to the school, including library books and textbooks are to be returned.
The school has a regulation of 'abuser pays'. Students who carelessly or wilfully damage school property or equipment, or do not return resources, will be asked to meet the cost of the repairs or a fair share of the replacement.