Tuition and Fees
The fees at KIS are reviewed and established each year by the KIS Executive Board and aligned with the KIS Strategic Plan and our commitment to excellent faculty and staff, excellent facilities, and high standards for your child's education.
Qualified students and families may be eligible for our scholarships or financial assistance. For more information, please see our Scholarships page or connect with a member of our admissions team.
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Parents have the choice of paying each term or annually. Tuition and fees for current students are due and payable before the beginning of each term. Tuition and fees for Term 1 starting August are due on 20 July 2020 with a security deposit due on 15 May 2020. Tuition and fees for Term 2 starting January are due on 4 December 2020. Tuition and fees for Term 3 starting April are due on 19 March.
All fees for new students are due at the time of enrollment within 2 weeks of acceptance of a place. Students may not start school until full payment has been made. Registration for the academic year 2020-2021 completed before April 2020 will be charged in 2 installments. The first installment will be the payment of the registration fee and the development fund/fee. The second installment, invoiced in April 2020, will be the tuition fee and other fees.
EY1 to Grade 10 tuition fees include all materials, workbooks, textbooks, most class field trips, and AISAA coaching and clubs. Grade 11 and Grade 12 tuition fees include IB Exam fees but exclude textbooks. All tuition fees do not cover the cost of afterschool activities, uniforms, and residential trips.
KIS provides a Student Group Accidental Insurance Policy that applies to activities authorized by and under the supervision of school authorities during the school year. Activities also include school official one-day expeditions, AISAA games/tournaments and military reserve training. Contact a member of the Admissions team for the details of this coverage.
The school’s liability and insurance coverage are limited to the above sum. While the school considers this level of cover reasonable and acceptable, it is highly recommended that each student also has his/her own medical policy appropriate to their circumstances. The details of the Student Group Accidental Insurance Agreement can be obtained from the School Services department.
Grade 11 students need to purchase books for the subjects they take. New books per student cost approximately 20,000-40,000 Baht. Some courses, such as Environmental Systems and Societies, carry extra costs for overnight field trips. Online DP courses (optional) must be paid for by parents.
For a second child there is a 20% discount on the registration fee, a 5% discount on the tuition fee, and a 10% discount on the school bus service fee.
For a third/subsequent child there is a 30% discount on the registration fee, a 30% discount on the tuition fee, and a 20% discount on school bus service fee.
Overdue payments incur a late penalty of 1.25% per month, due dates are listed on the invoice. In case of overdue payments, the school reserves the right to withhold school documents and transcripts and to take legal action. In addition, the student will not automatically be re-enrolled in the new term.
The half-term rate will be applied for admissions starting from the following dates:
Term 1: 12 October 2020 / Term 2: 15 February 2021 / Term 3: 17 May 2021
All fees (tuition and other) must be paid before students can start in a new term, regardless of whether a student completes / will complete the term. If a student leaves during the term (early withdrawal) before the financial mid-term point, 50% of the paid tuition fee will be refunded only if the school is informed in writing at least 15 days in advance and provided withdrawal takes place by the mid-term point date. Any outstanding fees are required to be paid. The mid-term point date for Term 1 is 9 October 2020, Term 2 is 12 February 2021, and Term 3 is 14 May 2021. The refund applies to tuition fee only, other fees will not be refunded. No refund will be made if a student resigns after the mid-term point date. Tuition fee and other fees which have been paid for a full academic year will be refunded for unused, full terms only, provided 15 days advance notice of withdrawal is given in writing to the school. Please contact the School Services department for information on bus fee refunds.
All families must let us know of their intention to return typically in March each year. A re-enrolment form will be sent to you by the Admissions Office and a security deposit will be required to ensure the student’s place for the next year. Families who have chosen to pay the Development Fund will have the option to use the Development Fund as "collateral" towards the re-enrolment security deposit under an annual agreement, signed and certified by parents. Families who have not chosen to pay the annual development fee are required to pay a re-enrolment security deposit of 40,000 Baht which will then be deducted from the amount to be paid for the tuition fee of the 1st term. The re-enrolment security deposit must be paid by the 15th May 2020 for students returning in Term 1 2020/21, and each year around the same time for the following academic year.
Account name: KIS International School
Current account number: 075 3 029531
SWIFT code: SICOTHBK
Bank name: Siam Commercial Bank, Ratchadapisak 2 Road Branch
Bank address: 230 CS Tower, Ratchadapisak Road, Huay-Kwang, Bangkok 10320
Please note that with the wire transfer, you must ensure that your payment covers all bank charges. Once the payment is made by bank transfer, parents shall send the scanned copy of pay-in-slip with the student’s name written clearly on the front of the pay-in-slip to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to us at 02-274-3459