An original musical theatre piece and whole school collaboration. May 12-13, 19-20.
Jeppe Girls are the Central Gauteng cricket champions for the third year in a row. They played a combined Soweto schools […]
Congratulations to our athletes on their performances at Inter-districts on 27 February 2017: Jenna Stolz (left) came 1st in u15 100m, Kasey […]
The Class of 2016 Matric Remarks can be collected from Mrs Goldin at the school between 08:00 and 14:00
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Jeppe High School for Girls maintains standards of excellence in all areas which is only possible because there is a culture of fee payment at the school.
Jeppe High School for Girls is a State-Aided public school and payment of school fees is compulsory. In State-Aided schools, the state pays the salaries of only some of the teachers and all other costs are paid for by the parents. The school has an academic staff of 55. The employment of additional staff by the Governing Body enables the school to keep classroom numbers manageable and maintain quality teaching.
Over the years, the parent body has consistently voted in support of the budgets that have been tabled. Furthermore, they have given the Governing Body a mandate to ensure that the culture of fee payment is maintained and, to take whatever action is necessary to collect fees. School fees for the coming year are set at the annual budget meeting which takes place in October. The annual increase has been between five and ten percent over the past ten years and is related to the cost of living index.
It is expected that parents and guardians will pay school fees in full. ursaries are available for those in straightened circumstances.
School fees for the 2017 school year are R27 800.00, plus a R1 900 text book levy and R700 stationery pack for Grade 8 pupils. Fees may be paid over 10 months, termly or up-front for the year.
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