WELCOME PACK - ACS (International)

 
WELCOME PACK - ACS (International)
WELCOME PACK
                              2019

•   Principal’s Welcome Message           2
•   Academic Calendar and Term Dates      3–4
•   Special Notice: Camps and Trips       5 – 11
•   Timetabling Structure                 12
•   School Attire and Turnout             12 – 15
•   Important Notice                      16 – 17
•   IT and Network Support for Students   18 – 20
•   Fee Schedule and Refund Policy 2019   21 – 23

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Dear Parents / Guardian,

A warm welcome to ACS (International) for 2019! You are joining a great school with many
opportunities and challenges extended to every student in order for them to achieve his or her
potential. We are very proud of the many features which make us quite special including our strong
academic performance in the IGCSE and IB Diploma international curricula, the equal mix of local and
international students and staff giving us the best of both worlds, and the all-round holistic education
underpinned by our dual Christian and ACS heritage.
We regard ourselves as a family. The concept of family is important to all cultures and in this diverse
and inclusive school we look forward to supporting, encouraging and challenging all students to
achieve to their potential in every aspect of school life. We are confident that you too will enjoy being
a part of the ACS (International) family and we wish you every success in achieving your hopes,
dreams and goals. We look forward to a strong partnership between home and school and to seeing
parents and guardians at the various school functions.
We believe in effective two-way communication with parents and guardians, and we have developed
a number of systems to support this process. These include email contact, the school website and
‘Parent Portal’, monthly newsletters, formal reports every term plus two parent-teacher meetings per
year. We encourage parents and guardians to contact the school to share student successes, to advise
absences, to ask questions and to make comment. We ask that parents, guardians and students
inform the school office quickly if you have a change of email or phone number. The school email
for general enquiries is admin@acsinternational.edu.sg.
This booklet contains much information to assist the smooth running of the school. Please read
carefully to ensure the maximum success at school. Of special notice, students admitted to Years 1, 2,
3, FIB or Pre-IB should take note of the Activities / Adventure Week 2019, which was previously
organised at the end of the year, has now been re-scheduled to the last week in Term 1 to give all first
year students an earlier opportunity to get to know each other / learn to work with each other better.
ACS (International) graduates are confident, successful and well prepared for the future. They will
have a positive and increasingly significant impact in local, national and international contexts. We
look forward to working together to “Nurture Future Leaders and Global Citizens in our Christian
Community”. The Best Is Yet To Be!

Yours sincerely,

Rob Burrough
Principal

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2019

TERM DATES 2019

   Term 1 - 2019

   Years 1 – 4:

   Wednesday 2 January 2019 Pre-Orientation Admission Process
   • 9am to 5pm: Admissions - final tidy up of fees, administration, subject choices, language options etc. as
     required ready for formal welcome on 3 January 2019. Popular Bookshop and Bibi and Baba located on
     site for book and uniform sales on 2, 3, 4, 7 and 21 January.

   Thursday 3 January 2019 Orientation I Day 1 (Report to Oldham Chapel)
   • 9.00am: New Students and Parents meet in Chapel for Principal’s Welcome followed by New Parents
     Morning Tea with SLT and Admissions
   • 9.30am to 3.30pm: Orientation I Day 1
   • 3.30pm to 5pm: Divisional Coordinators (DCs) available for subject adjustments for new and existing
     students. Popular Bookshop and Bibi and Baba located on site for book and uniform sales on 2, 3, 4, 7
     and 21 January.

   Friday 4 January 2019 Orientation I Day 2
   • 8:30am to 9pm: Orientation Term 1 Day 2.
   • New Student and Parents Bonfire BBQ with SLT & HSMs (other staff welcome) from 6pm. Popular
      Bookshop and Bibi and Baba located on site for book and uniform sales on 2, 3, 4, 7 and 21 January.

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TERM DATES 2019

   Monday 7 January 2019 Term 1 School Starts
   • 9am : Full School Assembly in Sports Hall for all students in Years 1, 2, 3, 4 & 6
   • 9.45am to 11.00am: Tutor Meetings for distribution of Timetable, Checking of ISAMS details, Ice
     Breaker games, goal setting etc.
   • 11.00am: Students with subject and timetable issues are able to see DCs, SLT, IBC etc. Students without
     issues are released from school. Popular Bookshop and Bibi and Baba located on site for book and
     uniform sales on 2, 3, 4, 7 and 21 January.

   Tuesday 8 January 2019 Term 1 Lesson Starts
   • 8am : House Meetings
   • 8.45: Period 1 begins followed by regular timetable.

   Year 5:

   Thursday 17 and Friday 18 January 2019 Pre-Orientation Admission Process
   • 9am to 4pm: All returning ACS (International) students enrolling in the Year 5 IB Diploma Programme
     must confirm their subjects in person with either Ms Ling, Mrs Tan or Ms Alka Hingle at some stage
     during one of these two days.

   Monday 21 to Tuesday 22 January 2019 Orientation II and IBDP Induction (Introduction to IB, TOK, s
   CAS, Managebac)
   • 9am – All Year 5 students report to Chapel for Welcome and start of IB Induction. Orientation II +
     Subject Option consultation with senior teachers

   Wednesday 23 January 2019 Term 1 Lessons Start for Year 5
   • 8am : School Assembly
   • 8.45: Period 1 begins followed by regular timetable.

   Term 2 – 2019 New Admissions
   All new students report on Tuesday 19 March 2019 at 7:30am
   • Timetable to be given

   Term 3 – 2019 New Admissions
   Monday 1 July 2019
   • 9am to 5pm: Admission - final tidy up of fees, administration, subject choices, language options etc. as
      required ready for formal welcome on 2 July 2019. Popular Bookshop and Bibi and Baba located on site
      for book and uniform sales.

   Tuesday 2 July 2019
   • 9am to 5pm: Orientation III / Induction Programme

   Term 4 – 2019 New Admissions
   All new students report on Monday 16 September 2019 at 7:30am
   • Timetable to be given

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SPECIAL NOTICE – YEAR 1 ADVENTURE CAMP

    Dear Parents/ Guardian,
    We are delighted to share with you the details for your child/ ward’s compulsory Service and Adventure Camp.
    This is a camp specifically designed for all Year 1 students and details are as follows:
    • Dates:      Wednesday 6 March- Friday 8 March 2019
    • Where: Singapore
    • Cost:       S$390 per student
    • Activities: Rock climbing, Star Wars’ Saber duelling experience, fishing session, exploration at Coney
      Island/ Southern Ridges, Amazing Race and Ice skating. NB. Should you have any specific requirements or
      concerns about a particular activity, please note this on the consent form.
    Aims of the Adventure Camp:
    • Provide students with experience of outdoor education
    • Develop a sense of independence, self-confidence, bravery and achievement
    • Enhance problem-solving skills, resourcefulness and coping ability
    • Provide classmates and teachers with an opportunity to share a common experience and bond outside the
      classroom
    • Prepare students to experience further outdoor adventurous activities as they move up the school years.
    What to wear
    • Each day students should either wear their ACS (International) PE kit or their House t-shirt with shorts/
      trousers and sports shoes. Students should also take in to consideration the weather and be prepared with
      sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat for fine weather, or a waterproof jacket and change of footwear in case of
      wet weather. Warm layers such as a jumper and trousers will be required for ice skating.
    • Please note that should there be inclement weather an alternative activity will be completed instead.
    Payment for the trip
    • The cost of the trip for three days is $390 per student and will be included in the school fees for 2019.
    What is included in the trip fee?
    • Return transport
    • Entrance fees, equipment and guides for all activities
    • Lunch on each day and bottled water
    • Travel insurance for the duration of the trip
    Not included:
    • Personal incidentals
    We are sure that you support the school’s aims for a holistic education and we look forward to this exciting
    opportunity for your child/ ward. If you have any further queries, please don’t hesitate to contact me via email
    at analiza.garcia@acsinternational.edu.sg

    Yours faithfully,
    Mrs Analiza Garcia
    Adventure Camp & NYAA Coordinator

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Parental/Guardian Consent Form

Student’s Name: …………………………………………….

Tutor Group: ………………………………………………….

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

I , …………………………………..…. NRIC No/Passport ………………………………………………..,

am a parent/guardian of the above named student, and hereby give consent for

my child/ward to participate in the following activity :

                            Year 1 Adventure 3-day camp in Singapore
                             Organized by ACS (International) and ISE on
                               Wednesday 6th to Friday 8th March 2019

I agree that ACS (International) and its teachers, and the staff of ISE will not be liable for any
injuries, mishap or accident that may occur to my child/ward, knowing that the organizers will
take all reasonable steps to ensure the safety and care of those involved.

Signed by                          : ………………………………………………………………..
Parent/Guardian

Name of Parent/Guardian            : ………………………………………………………………..

Date :………………………………………

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STUDENT’S PARTICULARS

                          Name

                   Tutor Group

                 Phone number

            Medical conditions
   (Allergy, medication required)
         Dietary requirements
        (for example, vegetarian)
         Cycling ability (cannot
          cycle, good, confident)
                 Other remarks

  Emergency contact name

Emergency contact relationship

    Emergency contact number

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SPECIAL NOTICE – YEAR 2 ADVENTURE CAMP

    Dear Parents/ Guardians,

    I am delighted to share with you the details for your child/ ward’s compulsory Service and Adventure
    Camp. This is a camp specifically designed for all Year 2 students and details are as follows:

    Dates: Tuesday 5 March- Friday 8 March 2019
    Where: Telunas Resort, Sugi Island, Indonesia
    Transport: Bus, ferry and boat
    Cost: S$560 per student
    Activities: Raft building, low ropes and team building activities, pottery, jungle hike/ waterfall,
    shrimping, community service/ village tour, pizza/ movie by the beach/ bonfire and
    deck jumping

    Aims of the Adventure Camp:
    • Provide the students with experience of outdoor education
    • Develop a sense of independence, self-confidence, bravery and achievement
    • Enhance problem-solving skills, resourcefulness and coping ability
    • Provide classmates and teachers an opportunity to share a common experience and bond
    outside the classroom

    What is included in the trip fee?
    • Return transport from ACS (International) to Telunas Resort, Sugi Island, Indonesia
    • Accommodation in bunk beds, 3 meals a day and all activities
    • Travel insurance for the duration of the trip

    What is not included in the trip fee?
    • Items of a personal nature
    • Visa fees (if required). Any student requiring a visa is responsible for obtaining it on their own.
    The filled in and signed consent form should be returned to the general office by 8th November, 2018.
    We are sure that you support the school’s aims for a holistic education and we look forward to this
    exciting opportunity for your child/ ward. If you have any further queries, please don’t hesitate to
    contact me via email at analiza.garcia@acsinternational.edu.sg

    Yours faithfully,
    Analiza Policarpio Garcia
    Adventure Camp & NYAA Coordinator

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Parental Consent Form

Student's Name: ……………………………………………………...

Class/House: .............................................................................

I, .......................................... , NRIC No/Passport                    ……………………………………

father/mother/guardian of the above named student , and hereby consent to allow

my child/ward to participate in the following activity :

                       YEAR 2 CAMP: TELUNAS RESORT, INDONESIA

Date: 5th to 8th March 2019

I agree that ACS (International) will not be liable for any injuries, mishaps or accidents that
may involve my child/ward. I appreciate that the organisers will take all reasonable steps to
ensure the safety and care of every student. I understand that the usual school rules will
apply on this overseas camp and should rules be broken, normal school sanctions will apply.
In the case of an overseas trip, serious misdemeanours will result in your child/ward being
sent home, all costs of which will be charged to parents.

Please indicate if your child/ward is currently on any specific medication for physical or
psychological reasons. If so, please provide details of the medication taken by your
child/ward and attach any relevant medical certification.

Please also indicate any medical condition that the teacher-in-charge should be aware
of. (If a medical condition is not indicated, the school cannot be held responsible for any
problem that may relate to/from a medical condition.)

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Signed by: ............ ... ........................ .....
Please indicate your relationship to the student:
                                                                              Father/Mother/Guardian

Name of Father/Mother/Guardian ………………………………………………..
                              (Printed)

Contact details: …………… (mobile).......................(office/home)…………...

Date :...............................................

NB. The next of kin indicated above will be contacted in case of emergency.

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SPECIAL NOTICE – YEAR 3/FIB/Pre-IB SERVICE AND ADVENTURE CAMP

    Dear Parents/ Guardians,
    I am delighted to share with you the details for your child/ ward’s compulsory Service and Adventure Camp.
    This is a camp specifically designed for all Year 3 / FIB & Pre-IB students and details are as follows:
    Dates: Tuesday 5 March- Friday 8 March 2019
    Where: OPTIONS: Tioman Island/ Thailand/ Cameron Highlands

    Aims of the adventure camp:
    • Provide the students with experience of outdoor education
    • Develop a sense of independence, self-confidence, bravery and achievement
    • Enhance problem-solving skills, resourcefulness and coping ability
    • Provide classmates and teachers an opportunity to share a common experience and bond outside the
    classroom
    What is included in the trip fee?
    • Return transport
    • Accommodation, 3 meals a day and all activities
    • Travel insurance for the duration of the trip
    What is not included in the trip fee?
    • Items of a personal nature
    • Visa fees (if required). Any student requiring a visa is responsible for obtaining it on their own.
    We are sure that you support the school’s aims for a holistic education and we look forward to this exciting
    opportunity for your child/ ward. If you have any further queries, please don’t hesitate to contact me
    via email at analiza.garcia@acsinternational.edu.sg
    Yours faithfully,
    Analiza Policarpio Garcia
    Adventure Camp & NYAA Coordinator

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Parental Consent Form

Student's Name: ……………………………………………………...

Class/House: .............................................................................

I, .......................................... , NRIC No/Passport                    ……………………………………

father/mother/guardian of the above named student , and hereby consent to allow

my child/ward to participate in the following activity :

YEAR 3/FIB/PRE-IB CAMP: (Please indicate your 1st and 2nd choice by writing ‘1’ and ‘2’ in
                                         the box corresponding to your choice)
                THAILAND                     TIOMAN                      CAMERON HIGHLANDS

Date: 5th to 8th March 2019

I agree that ACS (International) will not be liable for any injuries, mishaps or accidents that
may involve my child/ward. I appreciate that the organisers will take all reasonable steps to
ensure the safety and care of every student. I understand that the usual school rules will
apply on this overseas camp and should rules be broken, normal school sanctions will apply.
In the case of an overseas trip, serious misdemeanours will result in your child/ward being
sent home, all costs of which will be charged to parents.

Please indicate if your child/ward is currently on any specific medication for physical or
psychological reasons. If so, please provide details of the medication taken by your
child/ward and attach any relevant medical certification.

Please also indicate any medical condition that the teacher-in-charge should be aware
of. (If a medical condition is not indicated, the school cannot be held responsible for any
problem that may relate to/from a medical condition.)

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Signed by: ............ ... ........................ .....
Please indicate your relationship to the student:
                                                                              Father/Mother/Guardian

Name of Father/Mother/Guardian ………………………………………………..
                              (Printed)

Contact details: …………… (mobile).......................(office/home)…………...

Date :...............................................
NB. The next of kin indicated above will be contacted in case of emergency.

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TIMETABLE 2019

   Please note the generic school’s operating hours and timetabling structure as follows:

SCHOOL ATTIRE AND TURNOUT

          Uniform

     •STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR THE PRESCRIBED SCHOOL UNIFORM DURING THE
     SCHOOL DAY. Prescribed uniform is as follows:
         •White shirt (for boys) or white blouse (or girls) with School badge. No coloured
         vests/singlet’s to be worn underneath. WHITE SHIRTS (FOR BOYS) ARE TO BE TUCKED
         IN AT ALL TIMES.
         •OR White polo shirt (for boys and girls) no coloured singlet’s or T-shirts to be worn
         underneath)
         •Blue trousers (for boys) or culottes (for girls). CULOTTES ARE NOT TO BE WORN MORE
         THAN 4.5CM ABOVE THE KNEE.
         •White short socks
         •Plain white or plain black shoes.
     •STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BE IN SCHOOL UNIFORM ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES. A
     school uniform list is enclosed for your guidance. New students will need to purchase their
     uniform before the school starts at the school bookshop. You may also purchase uniform
     items direct from the supplier’s shop:

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Opening Hours of ACS (International) Popular Book Store
• November Holidays: Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm
• December Holidays : Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm

Opening Hours of BiBi and BaBa
• Monday to Friday 10am to 7pm
• Saturday `10am to 6pm

545 Orchard Road #02-28.
Far East Shopping Centre
Singapore 238882
Phone: (65) 6271 9248 Fax: (65) 6273 9600
Email: uniforms@bibibaba.com.sg

• The Formal Wear attire is compulsory for all students and is worn on formal school events such as Founder’s Day,
  Student Leadership Investiture and Speech Day; and when students represent the School in certain external
  competitions. The hooded cardigan is optional attire for students if they wish to wear an additional garment in school.
  The formal wear is to be ordered at school and measurement taken on prescribed appointment with BIBI AND BABA.

• The Polo T Shirt Is The Usual Daily Wear But On Chapel Days (Fridays) the White Shirt and Tie Must Be Worn. Please
  assist us by ensuring your child has the correct attire for School.

• Plain white trainers, plain black trainers or leather shoe with matching white or black laces, (note the change to previous
  practice). IB students may wear plain white or black flat shoes (no high heels and no bling). SLIPPERS/SANDALS ARE NOT
  TO BE WORN UNLESS THERE IS A DOCTOR'S LETTER PROVIDED. Dress for PE and Sports should always be regulated kit as
  per the PE Department specifications.

• The PE uniform is compulsory for all students and is available from the school bookshop, POPULAR. It is not available
  from BIBI AND BABA.

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SCHOOL UNIFORM
SCHOOL UNIFORM
SCHOOL ATTIRE AND TURNOUT
 The following on personal apparel is to be observed in school at all times:

            Jewellery

          • Girls may wear discreet single ear studs
          • Boys may not wear ear studs
          • No tongue studs may be worn
          • Girls may use CLEAR nail varnish only
          • Excessive jewellery may not be worn
          • No face piercing is allowed

                Hair

          • Hairstyles should not be extreme in fashion
          • Dying of hair is prohibited
          • Girls' hair must be neat and tidy at all times
          • Boys' hair should not be on the collar or on the ears and be neat and tidy at all times
          • Boys should be clean-shaven at all times
          • ALL students must travel between school and home in the appropriate uniform each day
          • Students who are improperly attired will be sent home to rectify the problem
          • The attached photographs will give a clearer idea of what the School's expectations of dress
           code are.

IMPORTANT NOTICES

                        Attendance

          •Please note that classes begin at 8.00am and that students' attendance at school is
           recorded electronically each morning by teachers at that time. If your child is late or absent
           without a valid reason an email will be sent automatically to you and this will be followed-
           up later. Students who are late for school should inform the school office immediately on
           arrival. Absences and late-coming will be recorded on each student's end-of-year report and
           on transcripts. We will only allow a maximum of two parent letters per term for an
           explanation of absence. An MC is required if students are sick.

            Languages and Subject Options

          •New students in Years 1 and 2 need to identify which second language they wish to study.
          •Singaporean students are expected to study their Mother Tongue as their second language
           unless they have an exemption. Those with an exemption are still required to study a second
           language. Any MoE exemption letter must be given to the school before any non-MTL is
           approved.
          •A form is enclosed for those who have not already completed one or who wish to change
           their subject choice. Students commencing Year 3, Year 4 Foundation IB – Pre IB and Year 5
           are to confirm your subjects’ election using the Subject Options Form.

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IMPORTANT NOTICES

       Parent School Partners (PSP)

     •The PARENT SCHOOL PARTNERS (PSP) is a strong and active parents' group who run a
      variety of excellent and enjoyable activities throughout the year. A copy of the PSP brochure
      is included in this Orientation Pack. Parents are encouraged to join this group as we are sure
      you would find the experience fulfilling.

     •The Co-Chairs can be contacted via acspsp.net@gmail.com.
     •Information and photos of PSP activities may be found on Facebook – ACS International PSP.

        Student Card Application

     •All new students must complete a student card application form for the student card to be
      issued. This card serves to identify the student at school for registration and library books
      loan as well as photocopying at school. A student account along with a school email address
      will also be generated which will allow the student to access the school intranet and iSAMS
      student management system. (A1.1)

                Transportation

     •Students who wish to use the school bus to commute to and from school must complete the
      Transportation Form. Kindly note this engagement will be a personal arrangement.
      Concession for public transportation at this juncture is only available to Singapore Citizens
      only. (A1.3)

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IT AND NETWORK SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS

    ACS is a registered Apple School and aims to tap into the resources and support of Apple Education.
    As such we prefer our students to be using Macbooks and iPads.

    Please visit:
    https://www.apple.com/sg/mac/compare and https://www.apple.com/sg/ipad/compare

    for the range of macbook and ipad products.

    Common usage in classroom include the use of quiz apps like:
    • Peardeck https://www.peardeck.com
    • Kahoot https://kahoot.com

    All students will be provided with a free Office 365 account to install the Office Utilities on their own
    devices. Students who are involved in the Creative Media CCA will also be provided the full Adobe CS at
    no cost.

    While junior students can probably work on a iPad for quizzes and presentations, Middle and Senior
    school students are expected to work more intensively on longer reports and presentations, including
    collaborative work on Google Docs. As such a Macbook is preferred.

TEXTBOOKS AND STATIONERIES

  Please refer to the 2019 textbook lists for the various levels of studies.

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SCHOOL FEES SCHEDULE 2019
  Fees Summary 2019
  Each of the two charts, New Admissions and Returning Students, gives an indication of the various fees payable for different year levels
  in 2019. All fees are compulsory, unless otherwise stated.

                                           YEAR 2019 School Fees - New Students
                                          YEAR 2019 School Fees - New Students
                                              Standard Fees For All New Students (in SGD$)
                                             Standard Fees For All New Students (in SGD$)
                                                                          Y1              Y2                Y3              FB / PB       Y5
     Test Fee (Per Test) (Academic and Apitude) (1)                      Y1              Y2 $550.00 (2) (ifY3test is required)
                                                                                                                           FB / PB       Y5
  Test FeeFee
     Test   (Per  Test)
               (Per     (Academic
                     Test) (Apitudeand    Apitude)
                                       Only) (1)   (1)                                     $550.00 (2) (if test is
                                                                                                    $200.00      (2)required)
  Test Fee  (Per  Test)  (Apitude
     Registration Fees (3)(4)       Only) (1)                                                      $200.00
                                                                                                     $3,210.00 (2)
  Registration
     Development  FeesFund
                       (3)(4)(3) (5)                                                               $3,210.00
                                                                                                     $1,070.00
  Development      Fund (3) (5)
     Deposit (3) (6)                                                                               $1,070.00
                                                                                                     $6,000.00
  Deposit
     School(3)Fees
                (6) (Per Semester)/(Per Year) (7)                                       13860/     $6,000.00             $ 15,592.50 $ 18,480.00
  School
     Misc Fees
           Fees (Per
                 (8) Semester)/(Per Year) (7)                                          13860/         $850.00           $ 15,592.50 $ 18,480.00
  Misc  Fees School
     Parent   (8)      Partners (PSP) Fund (8)                                                      $850.00
                                                                                                       $50.00
  Parent
     PEAKSSchool    Partners Test
             Psychometric      (PSP)(9)
                                      Fund (8)                       $    481.50                     $50.00                           $    481.50
     IB Induction
  PEAKS              & Enrichment
          Psychometric      Test (9) (10)                        $       481.50                                                      $$  1,000.00
                                                                                                                                          481.50
  IB Induction & Enrichment (10)                                                                                                     $  1,000.00
     Total Fees Payable at Admission for All New Students         $ 25,521.50                $25,040.00                  $ 26,772.50 $ 31,141.50
  Total Fees Payable at Admission for All New Students           $ 25,521.50                $25,040.00                  $ 26,772.50 $ 31,141.50

                             Additional Fees For All New Students Requiring Student Passes (in SGD$)
     International StudentAdditional
                            Pastoral CareFees
                                          (8) For All New Students Requiring Student $550.00
                                                                                       Passes (in SGD$)
     Medical  Insurance (Annual and  paid
  International Student Pastoral Care (8) directly to Broker)                 $300.00+ Prior
                                                                                     $550.00 to enrolment
     Total Fees Payable at Admission  for Alll New Students
  Medical Insurance (Annual and paid directly to Broker)                     $300.00+ Prior to enrolment
                                                               $ 26,071.50    $25,590.00              $ 27,322.50 $ 31,691.50
     Requiring
  Total         Student
        Fees Payable    Passes
                     at Admission  for Alll New Students
                                                              $ 26,071.50    $25,590.00              $ 27,322.50 $ 31,691.50
  Requiring Student Passes
                                            YEAR 2019 School Fees - Continuing Students

                                             Standard Fees For All Continuing Students (in SGD$)
                                          YEAR  2019 School Fees - Continuing Students
                                                                 Y1           Y2            Y3           Y4          FB / PB         Y5            Y6
     School Fees (Per Semester) (7)                                              $13,860.00                       $ 15,592.50   $ 18,480.00   $ 12,705.00
     Misc Fees (8)                                  Standard Fees For All Continuing Students       (in$850.00
                                                                                                        SGD$)
     Parent School Partners (PSP) Fund (8)                                                            $50.00
                                                               Y1           Y2            Y3           Y4           FB / PB       Y5           Y6
     PEAKS Psychometric Test (9)                            $    481.50                                                       $    481.50
  School  Fees  (Per Semester)   (7)                                           $13,860.00                        $ 15,592.50 $$18,480.00  $ 12,705.00
     IB Induction & Enrichment (10)                                                                                              1,000.00
  Total Fees
     Total   Payable
           Fees  Payableperatsemester without annual
                              Commencement    of Academic
                                                            $ 15,241.50        $13,860.00
                                                                                       $14,760.00                $$15,592.50
                                                                                                                    16,492.50 $$18,480.00
                                                                                                                                 20,861.50 $$ 12,705.00
                                                                                                                                               13,605.00
  incidentals  forContinuing
     Year for All  all continuing   stuents
                                Students
  Misc Fees (8)                                                                               $850.00
  Parent School Partners (PSP) Fund    (8)                                                    $50.00
                                     Additional Fees For All Continuing Students Requiring Student     Passes (in SGD$)
  PEAKS Psychometric Test (9)                                $    481.50                                                 $   481.50
      International Student Pastoral Care (8)                                                  $550.00
  IB Induction & Enrichment (10)                                                                                         $ 1,000.00
      Medical Insurance (Annual and paid directly to Broker)                           $300.00+ Prior to enrolment
  Total Fees Payable at Commencement of Academic
      Total Fees Payable at Commencement of Academic         $ 15,241.50        $14,760.00                  $ 16,492.50 $ 20,861.50 $ 13,605.00
  YearYear
        forfor
            All All
                Continuing  Students
                    Continuing Students Requiring Student      $ 15,791.50       $15,310.00                  $ 17,042.50 $ 21,411.50 $ 14,155.00
    Passes
                             Additional Fees For All Continuing Students Requiring Student Passes (in SGD$)
  International Student Pastoral Care (8)                                                  $550.00
                                                     Additional Curriculum Fees For All Students
  Medical Insurance (Annual and paid directly to Broker)                           $300.00+ Prior to enrolment
     Term 1 Camp Fee - Year 1 - 3 (Payment Prior to Camp)                                      $500 - $1,500
  Total Fees Payable at Commencement of Academic
     Overseas Trips (Optional)                                                                $1,500 - $5,500
  Year for All Continuing Students Requiring Student     $ 15,791.50         $15,310.00                  $ 17,042.50 $ 21,411.50 $ 14,155.00
  Passes

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SCHOOL FEES 2019

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SCHOOL FEES 2019

       Withdrawals, Refunds and Payments                            Payment Procedure and Conditions
                                                                    Payments are to be made in cash, cheque, cashier’s
       Withdrawal Procedure                                         order or inter-bank transfer. No credit card facilities
                                                                    are available.
       Notice within each academic year must be given in
       writing to the Principal:
                                                                    Cheque payments are to be crossed and made
       • By 31 October: for students leaving in
                                                                    payable to ACS (International) with the applicant’s
            December
                                                                    name written on the back of the cheque.
       • By 31 March: for Years 1 to 4 students leaving
            in Term 3
                                                                    Overseas payments by cashier’s order or
                                                                    telegraphic transfer are to be made payable to ACS
       Students without notice of withdrawal will be
                                                                    (International) with the applicant’s name listed.
       deemed to be progressing to the next academic
       year, and shall pay school fees according to the
                                                                    All bank charges must be borne by the applicant.
       terms of the Student Contract and/or official
       invoice. Places will be reserved only upon receipt of
                                                                    All fees are payable one month in advance before
       school fees within the stipulated deadline.
                                                                    the commencement of each semester on a half
                                                                    yearly basis.
       Refund Procedure
                                                                    Students cannot commence or continue schooling
       School Fees
                                                                    whilst fees are unpaid.
       • 100% refund if notice is received more than 30
           days before course commencement.
       • 50% refund if notice is received less than 31
                                                                    Account Details for Cashier’s Order of Telegraphic
           days before course commencement.
                                                                    Transfer
       • 25% refund if notice is received 1–60 days after
           course commencement.                                     NAME OF BANK                         BANK CODE
       • NO refund if notice is received 61 days after              DBS Bank Ltd, Singapore              7171
           course commencement.                                     ADDRESS OF BANK
                                                                                                         BRANCH CODE
                                                                    12 Marina Blvd Level 3 MBFC
       Deposit                                                                                           033
                                                                    Tower 3 S (018982)
       • 100% refund if notice is received (but school
          fees are non-refundable).                                 ACCOUNT NO.                          SWIFT CODE
       • NO refund if notice is NOT received.                       033-900959-8                         DBSSSGSG
       • NO refund for Years 5 or 6 students.                       BENEFICIARY’S NAME
       • Any balance is refunded automatically by                   ACS (International)
          cheque to the original payee three months
          after the student’s last day at school, and after
          deductions of all outstanding administrative
          costs (e.g. school camps, examination fees, and
          any losses or breakages of school property)
          have been made.

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