US School to Launch Oct 1, Free for Term 1

A US Curriculum school which will be opening from from KG1 to Grade 4 on October 1 THIS YEAR is offering its founding parents the first term free.
US School to Launch Oct 1, Free for Term 1
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Schools in Dubai are finding ever more innovative ways to attract the attention of parents of prospective new students.

A new school in Dubai is waiving its first term's tuition fee for parents registering from now up until December 1, 2018.

Renaissance School is located in Sports City in Dubai and offers the US curriculum through the New York State Standards for children from KG1 to Grade 4. The school will offer additional grades with each new year.

The first day of the new school is set for October 1, 2018 with an orientation day on September 30.

The founding fees for KG 1 and 2 are 21,000 AED, with the term 1 fees of 14,000 AED being waived. Grade 1 and 2’s founding fees are 25,200 AED with 16,800 AED term 1 fees waived. Grade 3 and 4’s founding fees for the academic year are 27,000 AED, with Term 1 fees of AED 18,000 waived.

KHDA Approved Fees for the academic year 2018/19

Grade KHDA Approved Fees (AED per annum) Founding Parents Term 1 Term2 Term 3
KG1 35,000 21,000 14,000 10,500 10,500
KG2 35,000 21,000 14,000 10,500 10,500
1 42,000 25,200 16,800 12.600 12,600
2 42,000 25,200 16,800 12,600 12,600
3 45,000 27,000 18,000 13,500 13,500
4 45,000 27,000 18,000 13,500 13,500

While first term tuition fees are being waived, parents will still need to pay a non-refundable registration fee of 500 AED and a 3000 AED admission fee deposit, which is adjustable against second term tuition fees.

Transport and catering fees as per each parent's requirements will also have to be paid in the first term.

The founding principal, Ms Zetha Nobles, said:

“I’ve worked across the education sector and I’m passionate about high standards of teaching. This is my first start up. I was attracted to the opportunity straight away. Dubai’s reputation as a forward thinking city, and one that does not get complacent made it an easy decision for me."

The school is set to have an initial platform focused on strong literacy and numeracy skills for every child, allied to creativity, imagination, fun and play in the early years.

There will be a focus on character building through life skills, and the development of both digital and enterprise skills to make sure each Renaissance child is ready for tomorrow's workplace.

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