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Fee Structure

The following table gives parents/ bursar/ guardian an overview of the total cost in terms of tuition fees in South African Rands (ZAR) for each grade. Please note that this excludes:

  • Text books/files in both primary and high school.
  • The learner’s portfolio files
  • Services subjects (groceries, trips and tours)
  • Technical subjects (materials for projects)

Primary School Fees

Fees Grade R-3 Grade 4-5 Grade 6-7
Re-Registration (returning Learners) 400.00 400.00 400.00
New Registration (New learners) 700.00 700.00 700.00
Yearly 6270.00 6820.00 7590.00
Quarterly 1568.00 1705.00 1898.00
Monthly 570.00 620.00 690.00
Monthly Computer FREE FREE FREE

High School Fees

Fees Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Registration (New Learners) 700.00 700.00 700.00 700.00 No Admission
Returning Learner 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00
Yearly 7920.00 8360.00 9790.00 13200.00 16500.00
Quarterly 1980.00 2090.00 2448.00 3300.00 4125.00
Monthly 720.00 760.00 980.00 12000 12000
Monthly Computer FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

Interest rate at 10% may be charged on all late payments.

FEES MUST BE PAID IN QUARTERLY FORM

When year's tuition fees are paid in full by the 28th February, a discount of 10% on the full year's tuition will be awarded

Siblings discounts; a discount of 5% will be awarded to a parent/guardian who have 2 or more children (NB: School fees must be up to date to qualify)

Please note that the fee discount will adjusted from time to time in line with the interest rate prevailing in the market place.

Account Statements

All monthly statements for school fees will be handed to learners on the 25th of each month.

Terms associated with payment

Annual fees are due on 1 January each year and are payable on or before 31 January: or In not more that 10 (ten) instalments with the final payment for the year being made by no later than 31 October of each year: or Over 3(three) terms by the second school day of each term.

Overdue Accounts

Interest at the prime overdraft rate may be levied on all outstanding amounts.

Methods Of Payment

As bank charges have increased substantially over the past few years, the school has been forced to review the different methods of payment that parents can opt for.

Credit cards swapped at the school: Parents should take note that when authorization of a card payments is needed, they will be held responsible for payment. Unfortunately the school does not have the time to keep on pursing authorization on card payments. We are unable to accept Diners and Amex cards. However we accept Visa and MasterCard Credit Cards

Internet Banking and Direct Deposits

Parents are urged to use these two methods of payments as they are safest.

Johannesburg Polytech Institure Banking Details:

Johannesburg Polytech Institute

Absa Bank

Account Number: 4052510340

Branch Code: 632005

Branch Name: Dobsonville

Ref: JPI Number & Surname

Kindly fax your deposit slip to 086 235-7037 or email to accounts@joburgpolytech.co.za

IMPORTANT: PLEASE REMEMBER TO FAX YOUR DEPOSIT OR GIVE IT TO YOUR CHILD TO BRING IT TO SCHOOL SO THAT WE CAN UPDATE YOUR RECORDS IMMEDIATELY

Cash Payments

For security reasons, parents are requested not to pay their school fees in cash at the school.

Debit Orders

Arrangements can be made through the Bursar’s office to have fees deducted by debit order, direct banking at any nearest bank convenient to you, or electronic transfer. This is the most convenient method for both the school and parents.

Fingerprint Security control system

All learners gain entry to the school through the new biometric system. Learners fingerprints are uploaded into the access control system that lookup fee balances every month end. No child owing school fees will be able to gain entrance in the school premises as all entrance controls are electronically done.