The New Generation International School of Bahrain is a private, independent school. The levels of fees we charge are approved by the Ministry of Education. We are required to submit applications for the fee increases to the Ministry of Private Education for approval.

The fees stated in the schedule below are per term for 2017-2018. There are three terms per academic year.

Class Fees Per Term
Kindergarten 1 BD 475
Kindergarten 2 BD 475
Grade 1 BD 500
Grade 2 BD 500
Grade 3 BD 500
Grade 4 BD 550
Grade 5 BD 550
Grade 6 BD 550

Payment of fees

  1. Dates on which payments are due are clearly indicated on the Invoice and it is the responsibility of individual parents to ensure fees are paid on time.
  2. The School reserves the right to suspend or expel any student who has overdue fees.
  3. Students who have overdue fees may be refused entry to the School premises and suspended from attending classes and/ or using School facilities. This includes the right for the School to refuse letter requests and cancel student name from the enrolment register.
  4. It is requested that no direct deposits are made to the School's bank account. Parents who pay by electronic transfer are requested to quote the invoice number and student name as transaction reference and submit a receipt of this transaction to the accounts department either by hand or via email.
  5. Any student who is suspended, expelled or withdrawn by the School for breach of the School's terms and conditions is not entitled to any refund; he/she will also be liable to pay the remainder of the fee, in its entirety, at the discretion of the School.
  6. The School will take such action, including recourse to the legal process, as it deems necessary to recover all outstanding debt. Any such action will also include the recovery of reasonable costs incurred by the School in relation to the recovery procedures.
  7. The whole remaining fee becomes immediately payable for students who are in breach of their agreement without prior written consent from the School; this is at the discretion of the School.
  8. Invoices for the Annual fees are generally handed out at the time of enrolment for new students and for existing students, posted ten weeks prior to the end of the Summer term, with payment due six weeks prior to the end of that term. In the event of the invoice still not having been received eight weeks prior to the end of term, the Accounts Office should be contacted and a duplicate invoice obtained. Misplacement or non-receipt of the original invoice will not be considered a valid reason for failure to pay the fees by the due date.
  9. Tuition fees for the term are payable in full regardless of sickness or absence for other reasons (including study leave). Where payment has been made by cheque and the issued cheque is not honoured by the bank for whatever reason, a further administration charge of BD25 will be levied.
  10. In the event of the non-payment of school fees by the due date, the School reserves the right to remove the student from the school roll and offer the place to a student on the waiting list.
  11. Parents/Students must remember at all times that the school's agreement is with the Individual parents/students and they are liable to pay the school all the prescribed fees, as and when necessary. The employer of the parents will have nothing to do with the school.
  12. No students are allowed to enter the class if school fees have not been paid, also s/he will not be allowed to sit any examinations if the appropriate fees have not been paid.

Other charges

Other fees are payable in individual cases. These include:

  1. Specific School outings
  2. International trips
  3. Extra-curricular activities
Fees for these and arrangements for payment will be notified separately.

Refund policy
  1. Refunds will only be processed in accordance with the terms and conditions outlined in clauses 2 to 11, and provided students requesting a refund have complied fully with the School's terms and conditions.
  2. It is the policy of the School not to refund tuition fees. If unforeseen and pressing circumstances result in a student having to leave before the start of the new term, a 50% refund of tuition fees may be considered, provided that the School has received written notice prior to the due date for advance payment of fees for that term. Such refunds will be granted solely at the discretion of the School and only in exceptional circumstances.
  3. All applications for refunds must be made in writing by submitting a completed 'Refund Request Form' to the Admissions Department at least 60 days prior to the term start date (as detailed in the offer letter).
  4. Where the school is unable to provide the programme of study for which the student originally applied for, offered and accepted and the applicant does not want to take up a place on any alternative programme offered, the applicant will be considered for a refund.
  5. Refunds will only be made via the original payment method; except where the original payment was made by cash.
  6. Parents are liable to pay any bank/ transfer charges associated with the processing of a refund application.
  7. The School will aim to process all refunds within 6 weeks from the date the complete 'Refund Request Form' and any supporting documents are received.
  8. If the student is eligible for a refund of their fees by bank draft or cheque, the School will not be in any way responsible for the draft after its dispatch from the School premises and will not issue a replacement draft or cheque if it is lost or misplaced.
  9. Refunds will not be made to a third party unless the School has received (written) explicit authorisation from the applicant. This should be in the form of a signed hard-copy letter from the parent, specifically authorising the School to refund their fees to a named third party. This condition applies regardless of the source of the original fee payment.
  10. Refunds requested which are not in accordance with the terms and conditions outlined in this policy will be made at the sole discretion of the School.

Term Deferral
  1. Term deferrals will be approved in accordance with the School's Admissions policy.
  2. Term deferrals are subject to application, payment of a deferral fee, and the School's written approval.
  3. Students are reminded that as per the School's Admissions Policy all term deferral requests must be made in writing at least 60 days before the Term start date.
  4. If a deferral is approved, a fee will be charged: (i) Full term fee for the term deferred.
  5. Upon deferring the term, students waive their right to a refund. Where a student has deferred their term, and subsequently fails or attempts to withdraw from the school, no refund will be provided except at the sole discretion of the School.