Epworth High School Fees 2023-2024

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Epworth High School Fees 2023-2024

Epworth High School Fees 2023-2024 – see details below:

A non-refundable application fee of R 600 is payable on return of the Application for Admission form.ACCEPTANCE FEE
A non-refundable acceptance fee is payable immediately a pupil accepts the offer of a place in the School, and on return of the official Contract. This is calculated as 10% of the annual fee. Boarders include the boarding fee in this calculation. Epworth High School FeesNON-RESIDENT’S SURCHARGE
Non-resident’s deposit: Two terms’ fees in advance. This also applies to local parents paying in foreign currency. The problems experienced with rigid Exchange Control regulations necessitates a deposit of two terms’ fees (in addition to the usual acceptance fee) being lodged with the school before a pupil who is resident of a country outside of the borders of South Africa may be admitted to the School. There is an annual charge of R 2 500 per pupil payable by all pupils resident of countries outside the borders of South Africa to cover additional administration and academic costs. Epworth High School Fees


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DEVELOPMENT LEVYThis Levy, which is charged per family, is used solely for the development of facilities, and is administered by representatives of the Trustees, the Parent Body, the Board of Governors and School Management. The Development Levy will be introduced over the next three years in Grades RRR to R, increasing annually to equal contributions by the whole school. The Development Levy is applied to the eldest enrolled pupil.GENERAL PURPOSE LEVYThe General Purpose Levy covers Personal Accident insurance, IEB Examination costs (as from 2019, it will be split over Grades 11 and 12) and House funds (Grades 8 to 12). It also includes expenses such as limited text books, computer laboratory and library usage, limited stationery in the Preparatory School, limited printing and photocopying, Epworth diary and Names and Faces in the High School, the School magazine, transport to and from local league sporting events, and most compulsory school outings within Pietermaritzburg. Epworth High School Fees


  • Personal Accident insurance is covered by the General Purpose Levy, however, parents are requested to ensure that their children are members of a medical aid scheme and provide the School with their medical aid details.
  • Parents are requested to ensure that all their children’s possessions are insured under their own personal insurance policies. The school will not be held liable for theft/ loss of pupils’ possessions from school.

PAYMENT OF FEESAll fees are billed and payable by debit order monthly in advance over 12 months. Non-residents and those paying in foreign currency are not eligible to pay their fees by debit order. Those not able to pay by debit order are required to pay their fees quarterly in advance. Payment of fees must be made in accordance with specific terms laid down in the School’s Debtors Policy.

EARLY SETTLEMENT DISCOUNTParents who pay the published annual fees for a particular year IN FULL before the start of school in January of that year are entitled to a discount, currently 2.5%.  Any queries in this regard should be addressed to the Business Manager.

SIBLING ALLOWANCESAn allowance of 10% on tuition fees from Grades 1 to 12 will be granted on the fees of the second and each subsequent child coming from the same family, provided that such child does not enjoy any other form of fee assistance.


EPWORTH-ON-THE-MOVE, GRADE 8 INTEGRATED PROGRAMME and GRADE 10 VOGUE PROGRAMMEPupils in Grades 3 to 12 participate in some form of “tour” or overnight outing, or specialist educational programme, during the course of the school year. This is charged at the time of the outing or programme. The school attempts to keep the charge for this as low as possible.

TRANSPORTThe school provides transport for day scholars to and from various venues in and around Pietermaritzburg each day. Transport is offered to boarders who reside in the Durban and Highway area at the beginning and end of each week. Details of these and the costs involved can be obtained from the Transport Office.


  • Morning tea and compulsory lunch is provided to all High School pupils.
  • Primary School pupils may order lunch, should they wish, on a quarterly basis only. Charges are available on request from the Finance Department, but equate to approximately R 25 per day.


  •  Aftercare is offered to pupils in Grades RRR to 7 and is charged monthly. The daily rates are as follows:
    Gr RRR-R: 13:00 – 14:30 = R 25, 13:00 – 16:00 = R 35, 13:00 – 17:00 = R 45
    Gr 1-7: 14:30 – 15:15 = R 25, 14:30 – 16:15 = R 35, 14:30 – 17:15 = R 45 (regardless of any activity/sport done)
  • 17:15 Late penalty = R 100
  •  Parents are requested to provide lunch and refreshments for their children

SUNDRY COSTSAll other costs such as work books, music lessons, ballet, horse-riding, outings and camps, non-compulsory academic activities, extra lessons, shop purchases etc are charged individually as they are incurred. Charges for extra lessons and extra-mural activities are available on request. An administration fee of 10% is charged on all items of a personal nature charged to a pupil’s School account e.g. medical costs.

PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION LEVIESThe Parents’ Associations of each school (Preparatory and High School) charge a levy annually in lieu of fund-raising. This is agreed on each year at their respective Annual General Meetings in February, and debited in 2 instalments during the course of the year. The 2018 Levy was charged at R400 per family per school.

EPWORTHIAN SOCIETY FEEAn additional R 500 is due by all pupils entering the High School in respect of membership to the Epworthian (alumni) Society

BURSARIESLimited bursaries are available annually for existing parents requiring financial assistance with their fees.  Applications for renewal are required each year and awards are made strictly on a needs basis.  All bursary applications are highly confidential and application forms can be obtained from the Business Manager.

SCHOLARSHIPSScholarships are awarded to pupils entering Grade 8. These may be awarded for academic, sporting or cultural excellence. The Scholarship/Entrance examinations are written in the second term of the pupil’s Grade 7 year.

Banking details:Our Bank account is held at First National Bank Midlands Mall Branch, Pietermaritzburg.

Account number: 5677 111 4802
Branch code: 257355
Internet Banking Code: 250655
Account holder: Epworth School Trust

Physical address: Bank
First National Bank
Midlands Liberty Mall
Sanctuary Road
Pietermaritzburg 3201
KZN South Africa

Physical address : School
Epworth High School
95 Golf Road
Pietermaritzburg 3201
KZN South Africa

Swift code: FIRNZAJJ

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