Tuition Fees

School Fees Structure

School Fees Structure for 2024/2025 Academic Year

All charges are expressed in Thai Baht (THB) and fees are payable per student and are adjusted annually.

1. One-time payment fee and be paid before test

1.1 Application Fee of 3,000 THB for Nursery & Kindergarten and 5,000 THB for Reception – Year 13 is payable when the application is submitted and is a non-refundable administration charge.

1.2 Entrance/Enrolment Fee is payable upon initial enrolment and the confirmation of the place at the school. This fee is non-refundable for all levels 100,000 THB.

2. Tuition Fees

Year Group Term 1 Term 2 and 3Per Annum
Year 1 – 2166,000125,500417,000
Year 3 – 6185,000140,000465,000
Year 7 – 9210,000159,000528,000
Year 10-11223,000177,000577,000
Year 12 – 13
Year 12 & Year 13: Blended A-level programme:
3 subjects – online with regular in-school support
Year 12 & Year 13: Blended A-level programme:
2 subjects online + 1 in-school taught A-level subject

**Blended A-level programme (online: 3 A-level subjects or re-sit IGCSE with regular in-school teacher advice and well-being/progress check-ins and support; university applications & careers advice as well as in-school PE, Learning for Life and opportunities for Leadership & Community Service).

***Blended A-level programme: If additional subjects are taken (e.g. IGCSE re-sits) then a charge will be made accordingly.

2.1 Tuition fees include
use of all textbooks for Primary and Key Stage 3, exercise books, lunch** and snacks, *accident insurance on the school site, school buses, or whilst participating on a school-organised field or residential trip, and ordinary classroom stationery (pens, pencils, rubbers etc.) Secondary students must have their own calculator and mathematical equipment.

**Students’ lunches are included in termly fees. There is no refund for students who opt not to partake in school lunches unless they have strict dietary requirements supported by a medical certificate. Special dietary-requirement meals are available at an extra cost.

*Please note: *Please note: The school provides accident insurance for students which covers them for claims up to 10,000 THB for medical expenses per accident ONLY which occur on the school site, on school buses or whilst engaged on the school-organised field or residential trips. Full details of the policy may be obtained from the school Administrative Office. There is no provision for Medical Insurance coverage. We recommend that parents make adequate arrangements to provide the necessary medical cover.

2.2  Not included in the Tuition fees are the following items:

  • Textbooks for IGCSE, AS-Level and A-level (these will be invoiced separately in the region of 25,000 THB).
  • External examination fees, e.g. IGCSE (in the region of 25,000 – 30,000 over the course of two years), AS and A Level (in the region of 25,000 over the course of two years), competition entry fees and special charity events.
  • Student uniforms, PE kit or any sports team kit (e.g. basketball, football etc.)
  • Student ID card issue and Parent ID card issue
  • Residential trips and extra insurance. Bookings for individual students will only be made once an initial deposit has been paid to the school. The remaining cost may be paid in instalments over the following 3 months.
LevelResidential trips toCost (THB)
Year 6 Khao Chamao, Rayong = 1n/2d12,000 – 15,000 
Year 7 Khao Kitchakut National Park, Chanthaburi = 3n/4d 12,000 – 15,000 
Year 8Museum Siam&The Grand Palace Bangkok / Ayutthaya = 2n/3d12,000 – 15,000 
Year 10Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan 4n/5d15,000 – 20,000
Year 12-13Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan 4n/5d15,000 – 20,000
  • Participation in Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
  • Extra Curricular Activities and any off-site Co-Curricular Activities
  • If, in the opinion of academic staff, a child requires an assessment of Special Educational Needs – either for behavioural or learning needs – then such an assessment is a condition of continued enrolment and any and all costs associated with the assessment and future provision – including work permits and salary of a one-to-one assistant or any other special provision should this be recommended – are borne by parents and are not included in school fees. It is understood by parents that the school cannot offer provision for complex educational needs beyond those that can be provided for within mainstream classes. Should it become apparent – in the opinion of academic staff – that a child’s needs cannot be catered for within mainstream classes then – at the discretion of the School Director and Head Teacher – the school will advise seeking alternative provision where such needs can be properly catered for to allow the child to achieve the best possible educational outcomes and experience of school.
  • Ror Dor – Army Cadet Programme, the cost will depend on the training centre and transport around 3,000 – 5,000 THB.
  • English as an Additional Language (EAL) lessons and extra support shall be charged to students for whom English is not their first language and have been assessed by the School’s EAL Coordinator as requiring such extra support.
LevelTransitional Support

(per term)

Intensive Support

(per term)

Year 1 – 2 10,00015,000
Year 3 – 1315,00025,000
  • Visa Process :Students applying for a visa will be charged the actual cost of the visa plus 3,000 THB for the production of supporting documents and other associated administrative tasks. For a family visa, the school offers a one-stop service starting from 5,000 THB; alternatively, we can forward your application to a visa processing company. The process will begin after the full year of tuition has been paid.

2.3  The school respectfully declines to refund fees already paid unless, in the opinion of academic staff and at the discretion of the School Director and Head Teacher, the school cannot cater for the special educational needs – either behavioural or learning needs – of a child which have become apparent following enrolment.

3. Damage-Loss Deposit of 10,000 THB per student
This deposit is used to compensate for loss or damage to school property, including, but not limited to, library books and educational equipment. This deposit will be refunded when the student leaves the school if no damage costs have incurred and all textbooks and library books have been returned. Please note that this deposit is forfeit if one term’s notice is not given when leaving the school.

4. Discounts

4.1 Families with more than one child (2nd child 5%, 3rd child 10%) discount on tuition fees only.
4.2 A full year’s Tuition fees paid in advance of the start of the new academic year entitles the students to a 2% discount in term 2 and term 3.

5. Late Enrolment

A discount may be given to students who enrol after Mid-term as follows:

Up to Mid-termMid-term to three-quarter termThereafter
No discount25%50%

6. Transportation Fee: Please book and pay for your child’s school bus before the start of each term. We do not guarantee bus service if this fee has not been paid. The same address must be used for both pick-up and drop-off. Please contact the office for one-way use.

Transportation Round Trip fees are as follows :

Amount (THB) per monthROUTE
12,000Yansangwararam TempleBan AmphurJomtienKhao Phra TamnakNaklua
11,000Huay YaiPattaya beachSiam Country ClubMabprachan Lake
9,000School area

* Please see the map zone for the cost

7. Due date for Fee payment

School TermTerm 1Term 2Term 3
Due Date

30th June 2024

13th December 2024

4th April 2025

8. Methods of Payment

8.1 For your convenience, each invoice has a unique QR code – linked to your child’s enrolment details – which you can use to make payment directly to the school’s account.

8.2 Alternatively, you may visit our finance office and a member of our finance staff will assist you in making a payment via a QR code and issue you with a receipt.

8.3 The school will also accept payment by cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard). However, for all credit and debit card payments, an additional 3% charge on the total sum is added to cover the fees imposed upon such payments by the bank.

8.4 Bill payment/Cash/Cheque/Transfer: Domestic payments may be made by bill payment at the bank (issued from the school office), cash, cheque, or a deposit/direct transfer into the school account. Kindly copy and send the deposit slip to us. (Please send a message to 063 413 2111 or Line ID: tpis_finance or send an email to ).

Account Name BankAccount Number
Tara Pattana International SchoolSiam Commercial Bank (SCB)863-221517-6

8.5 Overseas transfer payments should be remitted net of all bank fees. Kindly scan the deposit slip and email it to, ensuring that the student’s name is included in the payment details box on the remittance application to the bank.

Bank NameBangkok Bank
Account NameTara Pattana International School
Account Number970-0-215388
Bank Address75/282 Moo 12 Jomtien beach second road, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi 20150

9. Fees – Late Payment

Late payment will incur a penalty charge of 100 baht/day unless prior arrangements have been made with the School Manager If fees are not paid by the due date, and no arrangements have been made with the school, the school will proceed as follows:

  • Suspend the student from the beginning of the 2nd week of term; students will not be allowed to attend classes
    nor to sit any internal or external assessments/examinations and the school will withhold all previous reports, scores and results.
  • Discontinue enrolment for the following academic term/year

10. Refund Policy

Application and Registration Fees are administrative fees that must be paid to initiate the admissions process and registration for the school The Application and Registration Fees remain non-refundable.

Tuition Fees : The school makes advance commitments related to staffing, purchasing and other resources – all of which have financial implications – based on confirmed enrolment. A student who voluntarily withdraws from all courses during the first half-term will receive a partial reduction of tuition fees according to the time of withdrawal as follows:

Before one-quarter termOne-quarter to mid-termAfter mid-term
50% refund25% refundNo refund

Deposit refund

The deposit is refunded when the student leaves school and will be refunded within 1 month of the financial department receiving notification or the withdrawal form from the parent at least 1 term’s notice. However, the school reserves the right to deduct from the deposit any amounts that are owed by the student or the parent/guardian to the school. Any refund or release of school records is dependent upon the satisfactory completion of withdrawal procedures, the return of all school property, and the clearance of accounts with the school office.

11. Withdrawal Procedure

Parents must inform the school and contact the Admissions Office giving at least 1 term’s notice to prepare all the leaving documents and sign the Student Withdrawal Form; otherwise, we cannot guarantee that the paperwork, damage and loss deposits and any other refund will be ready for collection. Please note that leaving documents, School Leaving Certificates and Student Reports will be given out on the last day of the child’s attendance when the Finance Department has confirmed that all outstanding fees/dues are paid. Parents may be invited to have a withdrawal interview with the administration team.

Any request for Student References or transcripts must be presented through the school office giving at least 6 weeks’ notice. There will be applicable fees for alumni or former students requesting school documents. For all requests and any questions please contact our administration team at

Jee Dickson-Smith
School Director and School Manager
February 2024