International fees

All fees are shown in New Zealand dollars and includes Goods and Services Tax (GST). Tuition fees are reevaluated each year in October.

Tuition fees include provision for English as a Second Language (ESOL) tuition. Full payment in advance must be received by 30 November each year.

The bond payment referred to under the enrolment section of the attached Fee payment schedule document will be repaid at the end of your child’s time at St Paul’s Collegiate School once all accounts have been settled.

A copy of our fees, international payment schedule and telegraphic transfer form can be downloaded below.

Fees payable to secure enrolment
Enrolment fees $750
Bond $1,750


Annual school fees for international students (except Year 10)

Day Boarding
Tuition fees $38,000 $38,000
Boarding fees n/a $15,750
Lunches $1,997 n/a
Parents' Association Fee $115 $115
Collegians' Association Fee $110 $110
Total $40,222 $53,975


Annual school fees for international students (Year 10 only – Tihoi year)

Day Boarding
Tuition fees $38,000 $38,000
Boarding fees $7,875 $15,750
Tihoi course fees $2,018 $2,018
Lunches $999 n/a
Parents' Association Fee $115 $115
Collegians' Association Fee $110 $110
Total $49,117 $55,993


Estimate of other fees and charges

Medical Insurance – refer to UNI-CARE website as premium is calculated on 12 months cover – indicative cost: $600
Home-stay for boarding students – leave weekends and holidays $50 p/night or $260 p/week
Home-stay for day students (based on 38 weeks not including school holidays) $260 p/week or $9,880 p/annum
Uniform costs for new students $1,600 – $2,000
Sports levy – depends on sport Variable
NCEA examinations $300 – $400
Cambridge Examinations – IGCSE $125 per exam
Cambridge Examinations – AS Exams $132 per exam
Evening meal for day students – optional $12.50
Breakfast for day students – optional $9.00
Pick up / drop off Auckland Airport $70 each way
Guardian fees $500 per term
Bedding pack for boarders $120 – $130

Please note that there may be other expenses which could be charged to a student’s account. These will vary from student to student but may include:

  • Boarding house trips
  • International holiday trips
  • Academic field trips
  • School doctor
  • Taxi and bus fares
  • Sports levy
  • Toiletries / haircuts
  • Telephone use
  • Clothing labels
  • Stationery
  • Personal
  • Music tuition
  • Extra tuition

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