Convenient, structured payments for an outstanding education
As a Premium School, school fees are inclusive of:
- Textbooks (on loan)
- Supplementary books (on loan)
- Materials (including school supplies in Elementary years)
Our tuition fees are not inclusive of uniforms, lunches or school transport. The school operates a bus service on a fee-for-service basis. You can contact the Administration Officer for further details on bus services.
The following school fees are subject to change.
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For Kindergarten (KG1) entry, students must turn 4 years old by 31st December in the year of admission, or 5 years old by 31st December in the year of admission for KG2 entry, and so on.
2019/2020 school fees will be available following approval from ADEK.
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IB Diploma Examination Fees
Grade 12 IB Exams incur an additional charge per exam taken.
In order to secure the seat for the next academic year, parents will be asked to pay a re-enrolment fee of 5% which is adjustable against the first term fees. Please note, students who are unable to be registered with the ministry due to missing required documentation, or students with an outstanding fee balance, will not be able to be re-enroll for the next academic year.
The school uniform is supplied by Threads and can be purchased at the uniform shop located at the school. For more information please visit the Threads website threadsme.com
Refund of Tuition Fees
Student withdrawal prior to the start of the academic year.
Student withdrawal during the school term/semester
Methods of Payment
Payment of the first term’s fees is due on or before the first day of the academic year.
We accept the following methods of payment:
- Current-dated cheque (made out to GEMS American Academy, Abu Dhabi)
- Credit card
- Wire transfer (please contact our accounts department for details)
Disclaimer: “Please note that school fees for the upcoming academic year are subject to change in accordance with Article 51 the Bylaw of Federal Law No. (28) of 1999 Concerning Private Education and applicable regulations.”