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School Fees & Financial Assistance

  • The monthly school fees and miscellaneous fees for 2022 and 2023 are listed in the table below.
  • Fees are subject to change.
  • For all new admissions from 2022, school fees can only be paid through GIRO.
  • Please refer to the School Diary for the fees deduction schedule.

Financial Assistance

• MOE Independent School Bursary (ISB) Scheme
Singapore Citizens in independent schools1 can apply for assistance under the MOE ISB scheme.

Income Limits & Benefits

The student needs only satisfy either the Gross Household Income (GHI) or the Per Capita Income (PCI) criterion. PCI is computed based on the GHI divided by the number of members in the household.

Please refer to the table below for the income limit (from 1 April 2020) and benefits under ISB.

Monthly Gross Household Income Per Capita Income Benefits
Not exceeding $2,750 Not exceeding $690
  • 100% subsidy of school fees and miscellaneous fees
  • Secondary level - Free textbooks and school attire;
    JC level - $1000 bursary per year
  • $15 monthly transport subsidy, or up to $180 per annum (for students taking public transport)
  • Full subsidy for exam fees2
$2,751 - $4,000
$691 - $1,000 Subsidy such that student pays the equivalent of government and government-aided school (GGAS) fee^
$4,001 - $6,900 $1,001 - $1,725 Subsidy such that student pays the equivalent of 1.5 times government and government-aided school (GGAS) fee^
$6,901 - $9,000 $1,726 - $2,250 33% subsidy of school fee and miscellaneous fees

^ GGAS fee comprises school fee, standard miscellaneous fee and maximum 2nd tier miscellaneous fee payable by Singapore Citizen students studying in GGAS.


1. Singapore Sports School and School of the Arts have their own schemes to provide financial assistance for their students. Please refer to the schools’ websites for information on their financial assistance schemes.

2. Applicable only to Singapore Citizen students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in Government-funded schools. Examination fees for GCE ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels have been waived for all Singapore Citizens in Government-funded schools from 2015.

How to apply?

Parents may log into the Parents' Portal [parent.sji.edu.sg] to submit an online application for the MOE Independent School Bursary. After submission, print out a hardcopy for signature, then submit the signed hardcopy form with the required supporting documents to the SJI Student Services Office.