The fees and other expenses payable and the timing of such fees are set out on the InterHigh website.
The School makes every effort to hold fees stable for each academic year. However, the School reserves the right to increase fees at any time; any increase will be notified to you at least 30 days before the increase takes effect. The liability to pay fees and all other expenses is the joint and several liability of the people who have signed the Conditions of Attendance.
A pupil whose fees have not been paid in full or in accordance with an agreed fee payment plan before the start of term may at any time be excluded from attending until full payment is made. Parents are liable to pay all costs, fees, disbursements and charges including legal fees and costs reasonably incurred by InterHigh in the recovery of any unpaid fees regardless of the value of the claim.
Fees for additional subjects taken at Key Stage 3 and 4 are not eligible for a discount or refund if the Pupil discontinues the additional tuition during the course.
The Confirmation of Entry Fee is a deposit which is only refundable upon completion of an academic year, receipt of public exam results by the Head Teacher, if applicable and payment of any outstanding fees.
The Confirmation of Entry Fee for non-UK resident Pupils is equal to one school terms fees.