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At Kaurilands School we accept enrolments from 5 to 11 year old international students. Our New Zealand Code of Practice rules that all international students under the age of 11 must live with a parent or guardian in New Zealand to study.
If you are interested in studying at Kaurilands School please fill out this form. Once your form has been processed we will contact you about further steps for International Student Enrolment including:
Once you have completed an enrolment form for your child, the school will provide an acceptance letter, an acceptance form and an invoice for your school fees payment. Once fees are paid, we will provide a letter to immigration to help with visa applications.
Please note, all charges are in N.Z. dollars and are inclusive of GST.
Fees are payable prior to a student commencing at school.
Per Year Per Term Per Week
Tuition Fees $11,070.80 $2,767.70 $276.77
(including School/Class Trips and
Camps, visiting performing groups,
stationery and other costs).
International Students $429.20 $107.30 $10.73
*Administration Fee $1,500.00 $375.00 up to 1 term
$750.00 up to 2 terms
$1,500.00 more than 2 terms
TOTAL per year $13,000.00
* The administration fee reflects the cost of processing the application and enrolment and is non refundable.
After School Care
1. Fees hold a place in the school for the student.
2. Refunds will only be made under exceptional circumstances.
3. If residency status changes, the student will have to complete an enrolment application as a domestic student. This application will follow the guidelines as specified for Kaurilands School Enrolment Zone (see Zoning Map).
According to the 2012 Global Peace Index, New Zealand is the 2nd safest place in the world to live (after Iceland). Even though it is safe here, the New Zealand Ministry of Education has created a Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students, something which most countries do not have. Parents of our international students can feel safe knowing schools must follow strict rules with regards to international students.