As the enrolment in the school is always in great demand, parents are strongly advised to register their child/children as soon as the dates of application are open (June to August – unless the level is full). Parents are to contact the Main Office during office hours for an appointment with the Principal. Parents are to bring along their child, birth certificate and the most recent academic results of the child when meeting the Principal.

Applicants are required to fill in an application form and submit it to the Main Office together with the following documents;

  • certified copies of birth certificate
  • report book
  • four passport-size photographs
  • The school leaving certificate will have to be submitted when admission has been granted

The school normally administers tests to assess the academic abilities of the applicants in the following subjects:

  • English
  • Bahasa Melayu
  • Mathematics

Results of such tests for successful applicants are made known before the end of the year.

In addition to the admission tests, parents and students will be interviewed by the Heads of Sections / Heads of Departments.

The Ministry of Education requires all foreign students to have valid student passes before they are officially registered with the school.

Parents should therefore, take necessary steps to obtain such passes from the Ministry of Education and Immigration Department.

School Fees


B$204* x 10 mths = B$2,040

Year 1 – 6

B$198* x 10 mths = B$1,980

Year 7 – 8

B$198* x 10 mths = B$1,980

Year 9 – 11 (Combined Science)

B$204* x 10 mths = B$2,040

Year 9 – 11  (Pure Science)

B$216* x 10 mths = B$2,160

New Admissions

New admissions must pay:

  • a deposit of B$250
  • 2 months advance fee
  • admission fee of B$50 plus
  • a yearly surcharge of B$10 before your child/children can enter their classes

Parents should settle the school fees during the FIRST FIVE WORKING DAYS of each month.

Should the fees continue NOT to be paid until December of each year, your child’s name will be struck off from the register and you will be asked to transfer him/her to Government School (ref: KPE/DG/BPS/C/42a Pt.2 dated 8 May 2012). Leaving certificates will not be issued and deposit not refunded until all outstanding fees are cleared.

The Ministry of Education requires all foreign students to have a valid student pass before they are officially registered with the school.


Notice of withdrawal from the school must be communicated to the Principal in writing at least THREE MONTHS in advance. Failure to do so will result in the deposit being forfeited.

Any student whose performance, conduct or attendance proves to be consistently unsatisfactory, will be asked to leave the school. In such cases, no part of the fees for the current term will be refunded.
* Fees – subject to revision

Official Uniform