The fees below reflect costs for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years only and are not binding for future school years. All fees must be paid prior to a student’s first day of school. Payment of the fees is a condition for a student's presence at SIS.
In order for your application to be considered, you will be asked to pay an application fee of 1,500SEK per child. The application fee is a one-time fee to be paid at the time of application to Stockholm International School.
Upon provisional acceptance at SIS, an invoice for the Enrollment Fee will be issued by SIS. This is a one-time fee to be paid when the child is provisionally accepted at SIS. Payment shall be made by date stated on the invoice.
Child 1 - 35,000 SEK enrollment fee payable
Child 2 - 35,000 SEK enrollment fee payable
Child 3 (and all subsequent children) - a discount of 20% will be given to families that will be reflected on the first Tuition Fee invoice.
Annual Tuition Fee:
The Annual Tuition Fee is an annual fee calculated based on the relevant grade. The current net Annual Tuition Fees are found below.
This is payable yearly and in advance, and is, for each school year, payable in two equal installments against invoices issued by SIS.
Payment shall be made by the date stated in the invoice. Students enrolling at SIS for the second term of the school year are only required to pay 50% of the Annual Tuition Fee.
Students are enrolled for the complete term and SIS will not reduce or refund any part of the Annual Tuition Fee for a term or any other fee, due to delayed entry, absence or withdrawal.
Annual Tuition Fee: 2018 - 2019
Pre-Kindergarten 103,000 SEK
Kindergarten 103,000 SEK
Grade 1 - 5 94,000 SEK
Grade 6 - 7 102,000 SEK
Grade 8 - 9 113,000 SEK
Grade 10 131,000 SEK
Grade 11 - 12 138,000 SEK
Annual Tuition Fee: 2019 - 2020
Pre-Kindergarten 107,000 SEK
Kindergarten 107,000 SEK
Grade 1 - 5 97,300 SEK
Grade 6 - 7 105,600 SEK
Grade 8 - 9 117,000 SEK
Grade 10 135,600 SEK
Grade 11 - 12 142,900 SEK
The Government Subsidy does not cover the Annual Tuition Fee.
SIS is entitled to subsidies from Swedish municipalities for students of compulsory school age (according to Swedish law: grades 1-9) during the years of basic compulsory education that fulfill the requirements stipulated in the Admissions Policy.
After having been declared entitled to subsidies by the Swedish Schools Inspectorate, SIS is entitled to subsidies from Swedish municipalities for students in grades 10-12 that fulfill the requirements as stipulated in the Admissions Policy.
SIS is responsible for the application for the subsidy. In order for SIS to submit a proper application, students are required to provide their personal identification number and registered address to SIS as soon as possible. Applications for subsidies might be made during the term for students arriving at SIS after the term has commenced, but in order to increase the probability of receiving the subsidy, complete information should be provided as soon as possible. No application will be made until complete information is received.
SIS does not guarantee that a subsidy will be granted and cannot be held responsible for subsidies in any way. SIS is not responsible for the registration of students with the Swedish authorities. Such responsibility rests solely with the parent(s)/guardian(s) of the student.
Please read our General Terms and Conditions for more information regarding enrollment procedures, government subsidies, financial conditions, withdrawal procedures, etc.
Please contact the Business Office on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.