Admission Requirements

Pre-enrolment Information

In what language are the classes taught?
All classes are taught in English. It is helpful for incoming students to have a reasonable proficiency and grasp of the English language, but this is not a requirement for Early Years and Primary. For secondary students this is an essential factor to consider when applying. Grace employs EAL specialists (English as an additional language) to assist students whose first language is not English.

Are there admissions or entrance tests?
Children of all abilities are welcome. A central purpose of Grace is to ensure each child’s worth is recognised and appreciated regardless of preceding academic capacity. All Secondary students take English and Maths assessments to ensure that they will thrive at Grace. These assessments help the teachers better meet each child’s needs in learning and instruction.

What else should I know before applying?
Grace predominantly accepts students with foreign passports however there is an allocation for students who only have Bangladeshi Passports.

Admission Requirements Checklist
  • A copy of parent passport(s)/National Identity Card
  • A copy of the child's passport
  • Completed application
  • Fee and security deposit payment

Tuition Fees

Contact for current rates

Tuition Fees increase in 5 stages
  • Nursery (3–4 years old)
  • Reception (4–5 years old)
  • Primary School: Years 1–6 (5–11 years old)
  • KEY STAGE 3: Years 7–9 (11–14 years old)
  • KEY STAGE 4: Years 10–11 (14–16 years old)
  • KEY STAGE 5: Year 12 and 13 (IGCSE: 14-16; A-Levels: 16–18 years old)

Tuition Fees Payment
  • June 20% Annual Tuition Fees due
  • August 80% Annual Tuition Fees due within 30 days (of first day of the academic year)
  • Individual Payment schedule may be arranged with Account Department during the invoice period.

Overdue Fees: If fees are not paid on time, a 1.5% monthly interest will be levied. This finance charge is calculated every month on the outstanding school fees due for the current semester, including any arrears; any portion of a month will be billed as an entire month.
  • 5–6 hour daily education (3 hours for Nursery)
  • Daily Bus transportation to and from school
  • Some Stationary supplies
  • All in-school facilities
  • Outdoor sports accommodation (swimming etc.), field trips
There is an Application fee of TK 4,000 which must be paid to receive the application form.

  1. Application fee paid
  2. Application form submitted
  3. Interview with the Principal
  4. Possible need for admission tests
  5. Offer letter of placement sent, (provided sufficient space in the class)
  6. Return acceptance of offer letter to Admissions Officer within 7 days
  7. Secure place in the class by paying the Security Deposit by the invoice date.
This is a one-time fee which secures your students spot in the class. The security deposit is equivalent to 25% of the current years tuition.
  • Notify the Principal in writing at least 60 days’ prior to the child’s last date of school.
  • Ensure that all tuition fees are paid for the semester. Reports and academic records will not be released until tuition fees are fully settled.
  • Written request for Security Deposit refund to the Principal and Accounts at least 60 days prior to the student’s last day of school.
  • Full Security Deposits are refunded (without interest) with 60 days written notice prior to the child’s departure from the school.
  • If a child leaves without prior notice, (including an emergency) Grace is not obligated to return the Security Deposit.
  • If the entire year’s tuition fees are paid in full and the student departs prior to the end of the year, excess tuition fees for the next semester may be refunded (without interest) with 60 days written notice prior to the child’s departure from the school.
  • Full tuition is due for any partial semester attended.
  • If 60 days’ notice of withdrawal is not given, no refund is given for any tuition fees.
Fees and information given are accurate at the time of writing, but subject to change by the Board at any time which will be sent in writing to parents. In the event of a major terrorist incident or natural disaster affecting the school’s operation the school reserves the right to withhold a percentage of or all security deposit money.