Schools in South Africa That Charge More than R200,000 Fees
The top 10 Schools in South Africa That Charge More than R200,000 Fees: The top 10 most expensive schools in the country each have an annual fee exceeding R200 000 per scholar. Let that sink in.
According to Dr Muavia Gallie, independent education consultant, said that the school fees figures present a big challenge for South African families.
The schools listed below reflect what South African parents are paying for a full senior year. All of them are reported to have achieved a 100% matric pass rate.
10. St Martins School Fees: Boarding pupil – R232,120 / Day pupil – R139,100
Founded as a boys’ school, St Martin’s became the established Anglican Diocesan School for the south of Johannesburg.
In 1978, the school became a co-educational institution.
9. St Stithians School Fees: Boarding pupil – R232,640 / Day pupil – R135,750
It follows a co-ordinate educational model within a village of schools consisting of boys’ and girls’ colleges, boys’ and girls’ preparatory schools, and a junior preparatory.
8. St Andrews School for Girls School Fees: Boarding – R233,810 / Day – R126,110
St Andrew’s School for Girls is a top independent Christian girls-only private day and boarding school and co-educational preschool situated in Bedfordview, Johannesburg.
The school has a student body of around 1100 girls.
7.St Marys School Fees: Boarding pupil – R234,540 / Day pupil – R129,780
St Mary School for girls is a private Anglican boarding school for girls situated in Waverley, Johannesburg. It was established in 1888 by an Anglican clergyman Rev. John T. Darragh who also established St John College after ten years. It is the oldest school you can find in Johannesburg.
St Mary’s School partakes in writing the Independent Examinations Board exams.