Tuition fees include costs associated with regular field trips, textbook rentals, and a copy of the yearbook.
Additional charges will apply for extraordinary field trips (Horizon's Trips), uniform, daily lunch program, instrument rentals, bussing, and some extra-curricular clubs/teams (Earl's Homework Club).
The application deadlines for the 2020-2021 academic year are as follows:
Upon acceptance, a non-refundable enrollment fee of $1,000 per student is required. This deposit will be applied to the tuition charged for the first year attended.
5% tuition fee discount for those families with two children enrolled, 10% for three children and 15% tuition fee discount for those families with four or more children enrolled.
|Payment Plan||Date of Payments||Fee or Discount|
|Payment in Full||Prior to June 01||N/A|
|Payment in Full||By August 01||$100 per student|
|August 01, December 01 and March 01||$350 per student|
*Payment plans are not available for international students
There are income tax savings to offset the cost of school fees:
The Ministry of Education provides an annual grant for each qualifying student under the Independent School Support Act Grant. To qualify for this provincial grant the parent/guardian of the student must be a citizen of Canada, a landed immigrant who is a permanent resident of British Columbia, or lawfully admitted to Canada and a resident of British Columbia, and the student must attend school a minimum of 105 days between July 1st and May 15th. If the Ministry of Education determines a student does not qualify for the grant the student’s parent/guardian will be billed the difference. Please note the Provincial Independent School Grant is applicable to students in Kindergarten-Grade 12.
Aberdeen Hall School charges an additional International/Out-of-Province Fee of $3,000. The government of British Columbia provides operating grants to the school for most students enrolled in the School. Parents of students must be British Columbia residents and have Canadian Citizenship, or Landed Immigrant Status, or possess a valid work permit for employment in British Columbia for the grant to be received by the school. The International/Out-of-Province Fee shall apply to parents of students who do not meet these criteria. The grant is applied for by the school and is in addition to the tuition fee. Please note the International/Out-of-Province Fee is applicable to students in Kindergarten-Grade 12.
Students are enrolled for the entire school year with the parents and guardians responsible for payment of the full tuition fees. No portion of fees will be refunded and all unpaid balances are due immediately in the event of the student’s withdrawal or dismissal from the school. Dismissals are in accordance with the school’s determined discipline policy.
At Aberdeen Hall, we seek to admit well-rounded students who choose to be at our school. We are looking for students who demonstrate leadership through academic performance, involvement in co-curricular activities and civic engagement. We care about our students and seek those who value education and are prepared to enrich our incredible school community.