Fee Structure at Jubail International Indian School

An Overview of the IIS-Jubail Fee Structure

The International Indian School, Jubail (IIS-Jubail), provides world-class education, fostering intellectual and personal development for students in a multicultural setting. The fee structure is designed keeping in mind the varied backgrounds and circumstances of families. It is as follows:

I. Establishment Levy

The Establishment Levy is a non-refundable fee that parents are required to pay at the time of admission. For Indian nationals, the levy is as follows:

  • First child: SAR 1,000
  • Second child: SAR 750
  • Third child: SAR 500
  • Subsequent children: Nil

For foreign nationals:

  • First child: SAR 3,000
  • Second child: SAR 2,000
  • Third child: SAR 1,000
  • Subsequent children: Nil

No Establishment Levy will be charged to students transferring from any other International Indian School in the Kingdom, provided it had already been paid at the previous school.

II. School Fee Structure

The International Indian School, Jubail, offers two fee structures for company-sponsored or reimbursement category students – a lumpsum tuition fee and slab-based fees. The lumpsum tuition fee is SAR 12,000 for both sponsored and reimbursement category students. The slab-based fees range from SAR 6,800 to SAR 12,000, depending on the student’s grade and the company’s educational coverage. Supplementary benefits such as transportation, books, lab fee, exam fee, uniform bills, arts & sports, and extra-curricular activities are included.

CategorySlab-1 (Default)Slab-2 (Grades I – VIII)Slab-3 (Grades I – VIII)Slab-4 (For KG only)
SponsoredSAR 12,000N/AN/AN/A
ReimbursementSAR 12,000SAR 10,000SAR 9,000SAR 6,800
Supplementary Educational BenefitsRegistration Fee, Transportation, Books, Lab Fee, Exam Fee, Uniform bill, Arts & Sports, Extra-curricular activities as applicableTransportation, Books, Exam Fee, Uniform bill, Arts & SportsTransportation, Books, Exam Fee, Uniform billTransportation, Books, Exam Fee

Please note that the Value Added Tax (VAT) excludes the tuition fee and must be paid by the company or parent as applicable.

III. Concessional Fee Structure

For those parents who do not receive a child education allowance from their companies, the school offers a concessional fee structure. The fees range from SR 225 to SR 500 per month, depending on the student’s grade. Special care is also provided at a fee of SR 400 for both Indian and foreign nationals.


Grades
Indian NationalsOther Nationals
LKG to XSAR 225SAR 400
XI & XIISAR 300 (+25 SAR Lab Fee for Science Group)SAR 500 (+25 SAR Lab Fee for Science Group)
Special CareSAR 400SAR 400

Transportation Facilities

For details about the outsourced transport services, parents are advised to visit the Admin Block at the school.

Miscellaneous Charges

In addition to the tuition and concessional fees, there are certain miscellaneous charges like online registration fees, diary fees, ID card fees, examination fees, and CBSE registration fees, among others. These range from SAR 5 to SAR 650, depending on the nature of the charge.


Items
Cost (SAR)Frequency
Online Registration fee15Payable at the time of Admission
Diary Fee5Payable in April
ID Card Fee10Per Issue
Echo Magazine Fee15Per Year/Per Child
Examination Fee for Grades LKG to VIII25Payable in February
CBSE registration Fee for Grades IX &XI50Payable in May
Board Examination Fee for Grade X575Payable in May
Board Examination Fee for Grade XII650Payable in May
Exam Fee for Grades IX &XI150To be paid in February
TC / Progress Report (Duplicate) &Transcription50Per Issue
Towards Bonafide Certificate10Per Issue
Attestation of Documents / Certificates5Per Copy
Scout, Guide, Club, Bulbul Registration fees80Payable in April (one-time payment)
Smart Class25Payable in April (one-time payment)

Please note that all prices are subject to change, and it is advisable to contact the school for the most current fee structure.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the International Indian School, Jubail, offers a flexible fee structure, considering the varied needs of the diverse community it serves. The school prides itself on providing high-quality education and many benefits included in the fee structure, ensuring the overall development of each student.

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