St Henrys Marist College Fees 2020-2021

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St Henrys Marist College Fees 2020-2021

St Henrys Marist College Fees 2020-2021 – see details below…

ST HENRY’S MARIST COLLEGE SCHOOL FEE SCHEDULE

Grade

Annual School Fees

for 2019

000

R40 850

00

R40 850

0

R44 000

1

R70 000

2

R70 000

3

R70 000

4

R78 600

5

R78 600

6

R78 600

7

R81 700

8

R88 300

9

R88 300

10

R99 900

11

R99 900

12

R99 900

The School Fees shown above include the following levies:

Stationery Levy (Grades 000–3 only)

Textbook Levy (All grades). (Please note that in the High School, parents are billed for certain subject- specific workbooks which pupils retain).

Outings Levy for whole Grade outings/excursions (Please note that High School subject specific outings for Grades 10-12 are billed separately).

INDEPENDENT EXAMINATION BOARD (IEB) FEES FOR GRADE 12

Please note that Grade 12 parents will also be invoiced for these examination fees.

The IEB examination fees for the National Senior Certificate for 7 subjects are R6,650 (inclusive of VAT) per pupil.

Advanced Programmes (per subject): R955

Should a pupil have an IEB examination accommodation which requires a special arrangement for the writing of the examinations, parents will be billed accordingly for additional examination facilities or invigilation.

St Henrys Marist College Fees

2019 AFTER SCHOOL CARE /HOMEWORK ROOM FEES FOR GRADES 000-7:

Period

Time

Per Annum

Per Term

Per month (Feb –

Nov)

5 days / week

Until 14h30

R7,300

R1,825

R730

5 days / week

Until 17h00

R13,300

R3,325

R1,330

1 day / week

Until 14h30

R1,780

R445

R178

1 day / week

Until 17h00

R2,930

R733

R293

The daily rate is multiplied by the number of days a week the service is utilised.

DISCOUNTS

All discounts are at the discretion of the College, and apply ONLY to School Fees, and not to After School Care or Homework Room fees.

An early payment discount of 5% on the aforementioned annual school fee only will be allowed if the full annual fee amount is paid on or before 31 January 2019.

Sibling school fee discounts are 5% for the second child and 7.5% for the 3rd, 4th or additional children enrolled thereafter. Sibling discounts do not apply if a sibling receives a Scholarship or Bursary.

The College will apply any applicable discounts in the following order: (1) Sibling and then

(2) Early payment.

These discounts follow the chronological age of the siblings presently attending the College and are awarded at the College’s discretion.

PROCEDURE FOR COLLECTION

Statements of account will be emailed monthly to the email address provided by the parent/guardian to the school. Statements of account are for record purposes only and fees are not deemed payable on receipt of invoice but are payable as agreed in terms hereof.

All procedures and communications concerning the collection of fees will be conducted by the Finance Department.

Notwithstanding the provisions of the clause above, the Principal and or his deputies may make contact with a defaulting Guardian and/or Third Party of a Learner in their phase if an account falls into arrears for the purpose of requesting a settlement of the account; or arranging for the account to be settled in an acceptable manner. Such contact is without prejudice and does not preclude the notice referred to in the clause below being sent to the Guardian and/or Third Party.

If fees are outstanding for 30 days from the date on which they became due and payable, a notice letter will be sent. The letter will warn the Guardian and/or Third Party that he/she is in breach of the contract, and that the Learner may be excluded from the start of the following school term as a consequence of such breach if they fail to remedy such breach within a period of seven (7) working days of the date of such letter. Any such notice letter given to the Guardian and/or Third Party shall be deemed notice given to the Third Party, it being the Guardian’s obligation to advise the Third Party of any such notice received.

Should the fees remain outstanding and no acceptable arrangements be made for the settlement thereof within the notice period, then upon the expiry of the 7-day period the College shall be entitled to terminate this agreement and to hand the account over to the College’s attorneys for collection without further notice.

Should arrangements be made and accepted by the College and should the Guardian and/or Third Party not adhere to such arrangements, then the College shall be entitled to terminate this agreement and hand the account over to the College’s attorneys for collection without further notice.

In the event of a subsequent default during an academic year, the College shall not be obliged to give the Guardian and/or Third Party any further notice before handing the account over to the College’s attorneys for collection and/or terminating this agreement.

Interest at the rate prescribed by the Prescribed Rate of Interest Act (Act No. 55 of 1975) shall be charged on all overdue amounts.

GENERAL

All communications concerning arrangements for the payment of outstanding accounts will be confirmed in writing by the College or its attorneys.

Payments will be allocated against the account in the following order:

oLegal fees and disbursements

oInterest

oExtras (levies for books, trips, stationery, etc.)

oAnnual tuition fees

Should the Guardian and Third Party fail to make timeous payment of any amounts due, then the College may, after 20 days written notice by prepaid registered mail of its intention to do so, record such failure with any credit bureaux.

Should there be any matters which require further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact the Finance Office or the Finance & Estate Manager, Mr Davey on 031-261 7369.

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