RAZUM International School - Our Fees

Our Fees 

Option AFLEXI FEES $14,900 a year

Make your own timetable! You can choose ECAs on certain days, or none at all. ECAs are payable separately each term.

 

Covers the main curriculum 8.30am to 1.30pm.  

Option BFIXED FEES $18,500 a year

Stay until 3pm every day! Covers the main curriculum and ECAs five days a week are included in the fee. You can still choose which ECAs to attend.

Admission Fee S$1,700 one time

Material Fee S$150 a year

Uniform Polo T-Shirt $25

Extra Curriculum Activities (ECAs) S$10-40 per class (optional)

English as a second language (ESL) S$250-1000 per month (optional)

Student support S$500-4500 per month (when applicable)

We are committed to providing high-quality education at an affordable price.

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Conditions:

  • One-time admission fee $1,700

  • 3-month withdrawal notice period

  • Late payment fee 10% per month from the invoiced amount

  • Material fee $150 paid with the first instalment

What parents say about us
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Our son loves Razum – from his teachers and fellow students to the curriculum. We have found that Razum works to integrate compassion into their teaching standards, and emphasizes the importance of values.
Being a smaller school, it allows for a lower student-to-teacher ratio, giving our son more confidence when asking questions. It also encourages kids to both engage in group activities, as well as providing opportunities for one-on-one time with their teachers.
We find the teachers and staff passionate about seeing their students build their successes. They also know the importance of getting the parents involved should an issue arise, and do it in a very respectful and approachable manner.
The Class Dojo mobile app (available to parents and grand-parents) is updated daily with progress from the teachers, sharing moments of pride and development they see within your child, good behaviours as well as each child's personal achievements. There is also a virtual currency reward system, allowing each child to either spend their virtual dollars (on small items from the school shop) on a weekly basis, or to promote saving up to buy something larger at a later stage - tools we feel are both fun and productive for any kid's early development.
We happily and readily recommend Razum International to any parents that want their kids to not only learn a curriculum, but also have fun while doing it.