Tuition and Fees

All tuition and fees for students who start in August are payable in advance. For students who start during a school year, all tuition and fees are payable within the first four weeks after the start. Past due accounts are charged with a late fee after this date. Other payment schedules can be arranged.

GRADE-LEVEL
TUITION FEE*

First Steps, Pre-Primary, Primary (half-day option for First Steps)

€17,540

Grades 1- 4

€17,770

Grade 5

€17,980

Grades 6-8

€20,390

Grades 9-10

€21,070

Grades 11-12

€21,500

Capital Assessment Fee (Year 1 and 2 for new students Pre-Primary and up.)€5,500

* Additional fees may apply. For complete details, please download the 2016-17 FIS Tuition and Fees Information Sheet.

Further Information

Tuition Reduction Program (TRP)

The Tuition Reduction Program (TRP) was created to ensure international and social diversity at FIS and to make the school accessible to students in Grade 1 and above with the interest and need for an international education, but who would otherwise be unable to attend the school due to limited family income.

To read a full description of this program in English or in German, see the information below.

Tuition Reduction Program Application

Tuition Reduction Information (English)

Tuition Reduction Information (German)

Personal Payment Plans

For students who start at the beginning of a school year or re-enroll for a new school year, all tuition and fees are payable in advance and at the latest on the first school day.

Through arrangements with the business office, two alternative payment plans are available for families who pay tuition privately.

Alternative 1
55% of tuition and transportation fees are due on the first school day and the remaining 45% are payable in December with a surcharge of €100 per child. The Capital Assessment fee (CA) is due on the first school day.

Alternative 2
A monthly payment schedule with a 3.0% surcharge on the out standing balance. The proration plan for students entering or leaving during the course of a school year is not affected by this alternative. All fees must be paid latest on 1 June of the relevant school year.

Late Entrants
For students entering during the course of a school year, tuition and fees are payable 4 weeks from receipt of the invoice. Payment Alternative 1 applies only to those students who enroll before December. Alternative 2 applies to all students entering during the course of a school year.

If you are interested in a personal payment schedule, please contact the Accounting Department at +49 (0) 6171-2024-490.

Diplomatic Mission Tuition & Fees

The Tuition and Fee schedule below is for corporate and diplomatic entities participating in the FIS Partnership Program.

Download the Diplomatic Mission Tuition & Fees Schedule 2016/2017

Tax-Deductible Tuition Fees

FIS is recognized as an "allgemeinbildende Ergänzungsschule" (a private, independent school providing general primary/secondary education). 30% of fees (tuition plus capital assessment plus registration fee) for children in Grades 1-12 are tax-deductible as "Sonderausgaben" (extraordinary expenses).

First Steps, Pre-Primary, Primary
Additional benefits reimbursed to you or paid on your behalf by your employer are normally treated as taxable income (geldwerter Vorteil). Fees for pre-school children are not treated as taxable income under the following conditions:

  • At least one parent must be employed and subject to income tax.
  • The employer of the tax-paying parent agrees to provide the required fees as additional remuneration together with the regular monthly salary.
  • The employer pays the fees for the children directly to FIS-The employer reimburses the fees to the employee upon presentation of the FIS invoice paid by the employee.
  • The fees paid to FIS may consist only of expenses for the accommodation and supervision of children.

Not included in the above are:

  • Transportation expenses or instructional costs.

The expenses must be incurred exclusively for pre-school children. The applicable legal regulations can be found in Section 3 No. 33 of the German Income Tax Law and Paragraph 21a of the Wage Tax Law.

If you employ the services of a tax advisor, he/she will advise you further, or you are welcome to call our Business Manager, Detlev Siebrecht, at +49 (0) 6171-2024-492.

Primary School
Alfred-Lechler-Str. 10
61440 Oberursel, Germany
+49 (0) 6171-2024-500
Elementary/Upper School
An der Waldlust 15
61440 Oberursel, Germany
+49 (0)6171-2024-0
Wiesbaden Campus
Rudolf-Dietz-Str. 14
65207 Wiesbaden, Germany
+49 (0) 6127-9940-0
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