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. Limited bursaries are available for those in straightened circumstances.
School fees for the 2013 school year are R19 980.00, plus a R1 300 text book levy for Grade 8 pupils. Fees may be paid over 10 months, termly or up-front for the year.
Please forward all queries about school fees to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Parents and guardians should be aware that state schools give preference
to bursary applications from learners who are attending the state
school closest to their home. Bursary application forms are available
for collection from the school accounts office at the beginning of the
school year and must be submitted before the end of January.
ohbliijbf the private schools offer full or partial scholarships which are awarded to the chosen learners for periods of time ranging from a year to five years. Such scholarships are usually conditional on the recipient’s maintaining the standard of excellence for which the scholarship was awarded. Jeppe High School for Girls has introduced a limited number of scholarships for Grade 8 and Grade 9.