Tuition & Fees
School year 2018–19
*The application fee needs to be paid before applications can be processed. It must be paid by credit card or wired to one of the accounts below.
iPad Purchase for Elementary School Students
Elementary School students in grades 3–5 are required to have an iPad for school. All boys enrolling in grade 3, and newly enrolling students in grades 4 and 5, will be charged the cost of an iPad and cover that will be issued by the school. These students can expect to receive their school-issued iPads in September with all required apps installed by the school.
Elementary School students will be expected to use their iPads while they are in grades 3, 4 and 5, and will keep the iPad when they graduate or leave. The actual price of the iPad and cover is a mandatory, one-time, non-refundable cost that will be included in the school fees invoice.
Students in grades 11 & 12 who register for IB exams will be billed in December for their exams. The exam fee is ¥20,000 per subject.
For high school students seeking IB language instructions in languages besides Japanese or French, special arrangements must be approved to arrange the classes and to cover the cost of those classes. Please contact the IB Coordinator for further information.
Meals and snacks at St. Mary’s are catered by Cezars Kitchen. To learn more about their services, or if you wish to register your child for their Cashless Cafeteria, please see the Cezars Kitchen site here.
Upon payment of school fees, St. Mary’s enrolls all students in its personal accident insurance policy with coverage commencing Sept. 1. Students receive the following coverage under this insurance policy:
- Personal accident insurance with medical reimbursements up to ¥1,250,000.
- Loss of life and physical impediment benefits up to ¥3,000,000.
Claim forms are available at the main office.
The Application Fee may be paid by credit card here.
(Credit card payments are accepted for application fees only, not for any other fees.)
All bank remittance charges, transfer fees, and exchange fees must be paid by the remitter.