Senior School Annual Fees
Annual Tuition Fees as From August 2019
The school charges tuition fees* and other costs which are conveniently divided into twelve equal monthly instalments, payable by Direct Debit, as follows:
|Year||Term Fees||Annual Fees||Meals per Term||IT Levy
|SQA per Term||Capital Project
|S1 & S2||£3994||£11982||£260||£95||N/A||£35||£1096.00|
|S3 to S5||£3994||£11982||£260||£95||£94||£35||£1119.50|
* Fees are accepted in Sterling only.
Fees are paid by direct debit. Extras e.g. trips, Aftercare and wider curricular clubs can be paid by credit or debit card via our Parent Portal.
Please click here to download our Refund Policy.
Out of School Care
For parents who require flexibility, we offer free, early morning supervision from 8.00am Monday to Friday during term time.
We operate 5 bus routes for use by pupils from J4 onwards, covering a wide area including North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire and Glasgow. Routes covering the South Side of Glasgow are coming soon. The coaches are punctual, reliable, all have seat belts, are tracked and monitored by CCTV. For an interactive map of current routes and a downloadable list of individual stops and costs, please click here.
Reductions in Tuition Fees
For a third child from one family the tuition fees are reduced by 20%.
For a fourth child from one family the tuition fees are reduced by 30%.
Full-time Christian workers receive a 25% reduction of tuition fees.
A £10 levy is charged each term and the accumulated levy is repaid in full when the pupil has completed the Senior School course at Higher stage. It is not normally otherwise returned. The purpose of the levy is to discourage the premature abandonment of the course.
Payment of Fees by Direct Debit
Please note that the fees are calculated on an annual basis. No deduction will be made for pupils leaving after the SQA examinations.
The tuition fees cover all subjects except musical instrument tuition. Also covered are all external examination fees and most extra-curricular activities.
For pupils using school transport this will be itemised separately in the fees account. A schedule of bus routes and prices is available to view here.
Parents are also asked to note that in accepting a place for their child and signing the contract they undertake to give one term’s notice in writing to the Principal if they wish to withdraw their child from school or pay one term’s fees in lieu.
The Board of Governors offers financial assistance to families through a Bursary Scheme which will allow J6 to S5 pupils with potential, to experience the distinctive, caring Christian ethos of the College. The Bursary will be in the form of a fees concession of up to 100% to successful candidates.
Bursary Information for Parents 2019-20
Guidance for completing the Bursary Application Form 2019-2020
Please note that the deadline for the return of 2019-20 Bursary applications was Friday 11 January 2019. Further information regarding 2020-21 applications, including timings for 2020-21 applications will be published in October 2019.