2018 –  2019 Tuition & Levies Fee Schedule

Students in Early Childhood 1 and 2 do not pay the application fee and registration fee. However, when a student graduates from Early Childhood 2 to Kindergarten the application and registration fee will be charged. Students joining the School from Kindergarten to Grade 12 pay the application and registration fee, which is a one time payment during their time at HIS. All students pay the levies and tuition fee. Students joining the School during the year will be charged a pro rated tuition fee and the full rate will apply for levies, application and registration fees.

Special Note: Students transferring from another school in Zimbabwe to HIS for the first term of the 18-19 school year will not be assessed the application and registration fee. Should the amount of the fee waivers exceed the Board approved limit by June 1, 2018, the waivers will be prorated.

Application Fee Kindergarten – Grade   12 US$ 500                                    
Registration Fee Kindergarten – Grade12 US$ 8,000
Capital levy EC1 – Grade 12 US$ 1,000
Tech levy Kindergarten – Grade 12 US$   200

The Application, Registration and Levy Fees are non-refundable and must be paid with the first fee invoice.

All families are required to complete and sign a Financial Undertaking Form including a Tuition Fee Payment Commitment indicating how they wish to pay tuition fees.  Students will only be enrolled once both forms have been submitted and payment has been received by the school. There are two options as set out below. Please read and agree to the Terms and Conditions before making the payment commitment. Please contact the Business Office for more information:

Jennifer Makasa-Shava on jshava@his.ac.zw

Jonas Manangazira on jmanangadzira@his.ac.zw

US$ Per Annum Annual One Payment Quarterly Four Payments
Early Childhood 1 6,000 6,180
Early Childhood 2 8,600 8,860
Elementary School – Kindergarten to Grade 5 19,320 19,900
Middle School – Grades 6 to 8 21,650 22,300
High School – Grades 9 to 11 26,590 27,390
High School – Grade 12 27,410 28,230
Terms

100% payable before 31 July 2018 or                            within 30 days of invoice date or prior to commencements of classes

Students commencing August ’18

35% payable by 31 July ’18
30% by 31 October ’18
20% by 31 January ’19
15% by 15 April ’19

For students enrolling after 22nd  October 2018 Single payment of 75% of annual fee                         only applicable if paid in full upfront 75% of annual bill above in three equal              quarterly payments.
For students enrolling after 8th January 2019 Single payment of 50% of                                      annual fee only applicable if paid in full upfront 50% of annual bill above in two equal                quarterly payments.
For students enrolling after 26th March 2019 Single payment of 25% of annual fee                        only applicable of paid in full upfront Single payment of 25% of annual fee .                      only applicable of paid in full upfront

Early Payment Discount: Those students returning on an Annual payment schedule whose fees are receipted by the school or FIESA in full prior to 30 June 2018 may deduct an early payment discount of US$500 (Kindergarten to Grade 12) US$200 (Early Childhood 1 and 2) from the invoiced fee.

Change of Tuition Policy. (7004.5.07.) Tuition and fee policies are generally in effect for an entire fiscal year. However, the Board reserves the right to modify tuition policies at any time should a change in the School’s operating environment warrant such action. This includes charging an additional levy in the event that student enrolment is significantly lower than anticipated.

Capital Levy: $1,000 per student (EC1 – Grade 12) payable in advance by 30 July 2018

Tech Levy : $200 per student (K – Grade 12) payable in advance by 30 July 2018

Application registration and “capital levy” are non refundable and must be paid with the first fee invoice.
Tuition Fees (all students)
Banking charges:The school cannot accept any loss due to deductions by remitting or intermediary banks or exchange differences that may arise when payments are made through telegraphic or point of sale swipe machine.