The Board of Governors makes every attempt to keep Warwick Academy's school tuition at an affordable level. Tuition is set to cover our operating expenses; we do not aim to make a profit. While our greatest expense remains salaries and benefits, we continue to commit funds to other important areas such as teacher resources, curriculum development, information technology and the ongoing improvement of our physical plant.
We are most appreciative of the support we receive from the Warwick Academy Parent Teachers' Association (WAPTA). Their contributions have supported the many initiatives over the years – most significantly the Bursary Fund.
Thank you to alumni, staff and friends of Warwick Academy for your growing support of our Annual Giving appeal.
Warwick Academy Tuition and Fees:
What is the Tuition for 2023-24
The tuition fee for 2023-24 academic year is $21,936.00.
The Tuition Fee is invoiced in full in July.
This is a standard practice amongst international private schools. It does NOT change the payment plans as agreed with the school. In addition, if your child is on a bursary or scholarship, this will be reflected in full as a credit in the first billing
What are the payment terms?
Tuition Fee is invoice in full in July.
Payments can be made as agreed with the school one of the following plans:
• Annual tuition of $21,936.00 to be paid on or before 31st July.
• Term tuition of $7,312.00 to be paid on or before 31st July, 31st October and 28th February.
• Monthly tuition $2,193.60 to be paid monthly 31st July through 30th April.
The only additional invoices you will receive through the year will be for incidental charges such as school shop purchases, school trips, examination fees, etc.
What are the additional fees?
ADDITIONAL CHARGES PER TERM:
Billed in July
- House Shirt All new incoming students - $15
- House Tie All new incoming students from Year 5 to Year 10 - $15
- Sixth Form Administration All Year 12 & Year 13 students - $250 covers all transcripts, courier fees,
University preparation materials, etc.
Billed in October
- Music Years 3, 5 & 7 – the charge will range from $20 to $80.
- Practical Arts Subjects Years 7, 8 & 9; and if elected Years 10, 11, 12 & 13 –
the charge will range from $20 to $80 depending on the subject and the Year group.
Billed in December
- IB Exams Year 13 - depending on how many subjects are examined, the charge will range from $600 to $1,000.
Billed in February
- IGCSE Exams Year 11 - depending on the exchange rate and how many subjects are examined, the charge will range from $800 to $1,000.
- Swim Lessons Reception Year – based on Aquamania charge to be billed in May 2024
The following will be billed depending on involvement/usage in the applicable month and are student specific:
- External Music Exam Fees – All external exams will be billed as taken
- Activity Charges – Applies to Secondary students
- Bears/Cubs Club (afterschool care) – Applies to Primary students
- Afterschool Prep - snack fee – Applies to Secondary students
- Pizza Lunches – Secondary & Primary
- Overseas Trips – Secondary & Primary
The following charges ARE OPTIONAL and will be billed if we DO NOT receive your written (via email to firstname.lastname@example.org) instruction prior to 30th June to NOT INCLUDE your child:
- End of Year Camping Trip $80 for each Year 6 student
- World Vision $20 all Primary students, Reception Year to Year 6
How do I make Payments?
Payments can be made to our HSBC Account, see below.
Please quote the Payer reference as shown on your statement.
HSBC Bermuda Dollar Account 010 260 628 004
HSBC US Dollar Account 010 260 628 501
How will I receive my Invoices & Statement?
Invoices & Statements will be sent monthly via email. Invoices will be sent within 2 days of the start of the month and statements reflecting your account balance will be send shortly after that.
If your email address changes please notify us on email@example.com
If you do not see your statements please check your SPAM or Junk folders.
Can I apply for Financial Assistance?
Yes, bursary forms are available online here.
Assistance is given based on need. We have offered on average 120 awards a year ranging from $1,000 to $10,000. We are here to assist, as it is vitally important that the lives of our young people and their educational opportunities are not affected by lack of financial means.
All students awarded a bursary must maintain good academic and behavioural standards.
Our bursaries are supported by earnings from an endowment fund. While we continue to try and build this fund we are limited to the amount of earnings it provides. Please feel free to contact the Development office if you would like to donate to this worthy cause.
How do I contact the Finance Department?
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 239-9453.
We are always happy to answer your questions.