|Early Learning Center||$720 per weeklong course|
|Elementary School||$720 per weeklong course|
|Middle School||$720 per weeklong course|
$720 per weeklong non-credit course
All fees are quoted and assessed in Singapore dollars (7% GST inclusive) and all payments must be made in Singapore dollars. Fees are due in full at the time of course registration.
Due to the continuing uncertainties around summer planning, we will not require payment until each week’s activities have been announced in confirmation emails that will be sent as follows:
|Week 2 confirmation email||Monday, June 7|
|Week 3 confirmation email||Friday, June 11|
|Week 4 confirmation email||Friday, June 18|
|Week 5 confirmation email||Friday, June 25|
Where applicable, late registrations may be permitted if space is available. All late registrations will incur a one-time $50 administration fee. Original program costs will not be prorated.
Switches (transfers to different courses) are generally not permitted after you have registered for an activity but may be considered on a case-by-case basis subject to available space. Permitted switches will incur a $50 administration fee as well as any fee-balance adjustment. Switches will not be prorated.
There will be no make-up classes for days missed due to illness, weather, appointments, etc.
We will offer full refunds for courses that are cancelled due to government-mandated school cancellations. Families will receive a prorated refund for the portion of any course that is cancelled. Refunds will not be issued due a change in summer plans or lack of attendance.
No refunds are permitted with the following exceptions:
- families who decide their child(ren) should not participate due to the current COVID-19 situation,
- families who are relocating, or
- long-term injuries.
Long-term injury refunds will be determined on a case-by-case scenario. Please contact the Summer Semester team directly.
The school maintains commercial insurance coverage for customary risks including comprehensive liability, property loss (school-owned property only), and fire, among others. The school does not maintain medical or accident insurance for students, parents, or guests, or for theft or loss of personal property such as laptops and mobile phones. Parents are encouraged to arrange such insurance with one of the many carriers in Singapore.
Students with outstanding accounts may have their school attendance privileges revoked by the school until such time as their accounts are current. If any payment remains upon withdrawal from the school, no transcripts, transfers, or other records will be released until full payment is received.