Here you can see a List of Top 10 Most Expensive Day Schools in South Africa, their Fees and Contact details. How much does it really cost to go to one of the best day schools in South Africa, and is it worth it?
The best day schools in South Africa are expensive to attend, but provide a very high quality of education. How much can you expect to pay to attend them, and is it worth going to one of the most expensive day schools in South Africa?
If you have decided to opt for the full boarding package, you should expect to pay anything from R122 350 to R166 650 per child at one of the top 10 day schools. Activities, such as school trips, will cost extra.
The fees listed below are as they appear on the various schools’ web pages, and cover tuition only. Fees are for the highest level of learning available (up to grade 12) and do not include levies, admission fees, or optional extras.
There are some schools in South Africa where education fees run in thousands of Rands. These schools are exclusively for the rich people, who can afford them.
The schools listed below reflect what South African parents are paying for a full senior year in 2018. All of them are reported to have achieved a 100% matric pass rate
10. St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls
Tuition Rates: R122 350
St. Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls is a private boarding and day school for girls situated in the suburb of Kloof, near Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The school was founded in 1906 on Field’s Hill in Kloof and was called St. Elizabeth’s.
9. St Andrew’s School for Girls
Tuition Rates: R126 550
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, Gauteng, South Africa. The school has a student body of around 1100 girls.
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8. St Stithians College
Tuition Rate: R131 970
St Stithians College is a Methodist church school situated on the border of Randburg and Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa.